Michael Janger's Blog

John Anderson asked this rhetorical question today on CNN.com, “Are the Oscars stuck in the past?” Is it because the Oscars were not forward-thinking, as Anderson suggested, or that Hollywood is merely responding to a trend that is already evident in political discourse: the growing impact of the baby boomer generation as it gets older?

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This week, I came across two articles on my feed that illustrated the friction between two overlapping approaches in the disability market: protecting people with disabilities by law, and encouraging people with disabilities to be independent and work for themselves.

Read More Blind Entrepreneurs: Should Their Businesses Be Protected by Law?

Elderly people with late-life disabilities seek a high quality of life based on a sense of dignity and a sense of control. It is an essential piece of market intelligence for businesses that market to people with disabilities.

Read More Elderly People with Disabilities Want Dignity And a Sense of Control, Say SF Researchers