If you're a blogger that's interested in getting a handle on your craft (or even connecting with an audience!) then this is definitely the challenge for you.
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When Writer Wednesday hits, we then do the following:
In the second edition of this feature, we put a call out for pieces that examine ageism.
Here are some ideas to jog that membrane:
"Eliminating midlife workers, although illegal, has become a tacit business practice," reports The Atlantic. "According to one typical case that went to trial, an employer says, "We need young blood"; then employees over forty get fired (PDF)."
"Youth is a wonderful thing," George Bernard Shaw once said. "What a crime to waste it on children."
"We're one of the few countries that are continually denied death," says "Aliens" actor Lance Henriksen. "Really denying it. We're all going to die, luckily we don't know when."
“Why shouldn’t there be a bigger focus on end-of-life media?” the Japanese chief executive told Tyler Brûlé. “Consumers want to know how they’re going to live, what their quality of life will be and how they should prepare for these things. This doesn’t have to be a morbid or depressing topic.”