Article by Lauren Smiley: Meet the next generation of entrepreneurs. They’re all over 65.
“When you live in an ageist society, your dreams, which might seem totally normal to you, are a threat to other people,” he warns. He’s speaking not only in rapid-fire sentences, but in paragraphs now. “People are trying to hold you back—because they’re afraid of their own aging. Or because you’re competing with them economically. Because they don’t want to have to introduce somebody else’s ideas into their young-person culture, his holy roller sermon coming to its emotional peak. “People are a pain in the ass!” — Tom Kamber
'Just imagine what it’s like when you’re 75.'
Read why Kamber created Senior Planet, a tech-themed community center that preps seniors to hack their way through a world conspiring to keep them sidelined. The glass door reads “Aging with Attitude.” With its sleek grays and wood tables, it rivals the WeWork next door in the Chelsea district of Manhattan. Attribution: Lauren Smiley via MIT Technology Review: