Coronavirus, Telehealth & The Generational Divide

The results of the recent Global Rescue survey about telehealth and the current pandemic revealed a few surprises.

For example, respondents 71 and older were 43% less likely to use telehealth than people in their 30s. Perhaps that outcome can be attributed to the digital divide. But the survey exposed another surprise, specifically that the same group were twice as likely to break voluntary quarantine than all younger generational groups. Continue reading Coronavirus, Telehealth & The Generational Divide

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The Browning Superposed: John M. Browning’s Last Legacy (Collector’s Edition)

Twenty-four years ago, the history of the Browning Company from 1926 to 1995 was told in great detail for the first time. From its financial history to its corporate personalities, The Browning Superposed: John M. Browning’s Last Legacy was a story written by firearms historian Ned Schwing about the gun and the companies and men who made it. Continue reading The Browning Superposed: John M. Browning’s Last Legacy (Collector’s Edition)

And Then There Was Africa

It’s a year later and the immensity of the adventure of my first trip to Africa is still nearly overwhelming. The culture, wildlife, the tradition of the Safari and the hunt offer more than enough story line. Continue reading And Then There Was Africa

Rigby Releases New Limited Edition Big Game Series Commemorating The Tsavo Man-Eaters

London gunmaker John Rigby & Co. has announced a new series of limited edition rifles, called the “Tsavo”, modelled on the firm’s phenomenally successful bolt-action Big Game. Continue reading Rigby Releases New Limited Edition Big Game Series Commemorating The Tsavo Man-Eaters

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