Veronica Kirin drove 12,000 miles across the United States to learn how technology is changing America. She met with 100 of our oldest living citizens, born between 1915 and 1945—The Greatest Generation. Having lived a lifetime before high-tech began changing our relationships and society, these Elders also experienced periods of rapid change and technological advancement, making them unique experts on the effects of high-tech in our lives. Kirin documents their experiences, lessons, and advice in her Amazon Best Selling book, Stories of Elders, and gives would-be readers a taste of her discoveries in this short documentary edited by David Astudillo.
On Amazon: amzn.to/2V9jLpT
The Podcast: storiesofelders.com