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BigScreenLive - Easy-To-Use Computer for Seniors ???

BigScreenLive provides software to turn a PC into an easy-to-use 'senior computer'. Simple email, a daily digest of newspapers from around the world, secure online shopping, a safe way to browse websites, a simple way for family and friends to share contacts, pictures, and websites.
Ability to magnify text for those with low vision. Users are protected from unsolicited email, viruses, phishing, and pop-up advertisements. Cost about $10/month after free trial period.
I have not tried it nor seen it revied, but some of the benefits look attractive.

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I knew her since she was a baby

The wedding was a mix of high society and high security. The road to Astor>beautiful wedding dressesCourts was blocked off Saturday - neighbors received bottles of wine for their troubles - and the sky above was declared a no-fly zone by federal aviation officials. Police and security guards fanned out around this usually sleepy town.
Consistent with Chelsea Clinton's desire for privacy, the family had released no details of the wedding beyond the date. But the scope of the event became apparent when more than a half-dozen busloads of wedding guests - men in black tie, women in dresses - were transported from a hotel in the village to the riverside ceremony as gawkers looked on.

Celebrities spotted in Rhinebeck for the event included actors Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen, fashion designer Vera Wang, Madeleine Albright, who was secretary of state during Bill Clinton's second term as president and Terry McAuliffe, former Democratic National Committee chairman. The former president's half brother, Roger Clinton, was spotted early Saturday afternoon with his son Tyler, picking up food at a restaurant.

Danson and Steenburgen said they were excited about the upcoming ceremony as they strolled through Rhinebeck toward one of the hotels being used for the wedding.

"I knew her since she was a baby so this is a big moment," said Steenburgen, who wed Danson in 1995. "She's a lovely, lovely girl."

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