Monday, May 14, 2007

The Greatest Generation on YouTube

I go on "information jags"--internet, blogs, books. Two of my recent jags are reading about presidents (Kennedy and FDR,) and watching "Geriatric1927" on YouTube. He is an 80 year old British man who is telling the story of his life in parts on YouTube. Its fascinating to watch him learn about technology and share the rich story of his life. Its not flashy or exciting in a modern sort of way, but it is charming and, in its own way, addicting.

2 comments:

Virginia Watson said...

This film was so lovely and meaningful as I can relate to so much of it.
Thank you for your lovely blog. Virginia

4HisChurch said...

Thanks, Virginia. I think people that age are a living history treasure.

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