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January 23, 2012
Press reception to preview finalist projects and meet student innovators.
Senior citizens are using the Internet to explore new worlds where friendships and even romance can be found. Read a special Valentine’s Day story about two seniors who found love on the web.
Seventeen community-based organizations will receive PC Empowerment grants of cash, hardware and software to increase PC literacy, Internet access and employment opportunities for older Americans.
At a recent meeting of the U.S. Senate’s Special Committee on Aging, Craig Spiezle, Microsoft’s director of market development, was invited to explain how the Internet and personal computer technology can extend the working years of older Americans.
A transcript of remarks made by Craig Spiezle, entitled “The Internet: Empowering Older Americans”.
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