The Trinidad Scorpion is one of the hottest chili peppers on the planet. Alyne has some fun comparing this heat filled MONSTER with other peppers rated on the Scoville Heat Scale.
Norman Lear’s new biography is Even This I Get to Experience. At 92 Lear still has a lot of mojo, savvy, and enthusiasm. Alyne has this report.
Some companies are using tracking devices hidden in products to find out where you shop, how often, and possibly where you go. Alyne has the details. The new book Spychips by security expert Katherine Albrecht further explores this issue.
When you’re stuck because your computer just isn’t cooperating you need help fast. Now there’s a tablet for seniors who want one that’s easy to use with a 24-hour help line. Alyne has the details on the new AARP RealPad.
Find out how you can become a mystery shopper from an expert. The Mystery Shopping Providers Association can also get you started at mysteryshop.org.
Finding good places to eat when you’re on the road isn’t always easy. Here’s a suggestion for a free app that can help. It’s called GrubHub and it’s available in 600 cities.
Are you good at word puzzles? AARP’s chief information specialist, Terry Bradwell, says he’s determined to get better as he plays the free app, Words with Friends.
The free app, iTriage, can help you find a doctor or a nearby hospital when you’re on the road. AARP’s Chief Information Specialist, Terry Bradwell, has the details.
Do you know how much your out of pocket medical expenses might be when you retire? Run some numbers with AARP’s free online Healthcare Costs Calculator.