Fancy learning a new tech skill?
You can learn web development programmes online, and for free too. Here are some to wet your appetites if interested:
Google Developers Training - is for learning Android Apps or become a tech entreprenuer, Google's dev-training resources, powered by udacity.com, are comprehensive and even come with graduation certificates from the big G itself. Daunting but doable. visit developers.google.com
Academic Earth - Sit in lectures from top colleges. This portal site point the way to online videos - click on university tab, and take it from there. You'll be studying Astrophysics before you know it. academicearth.org
Made with code - Google wants to get teenage girls into coding and employs its resources to capture their imagination by letting users design emojis, dresses and fashion accessories. An alternative way in, but with plenty of links to bigger opportunities.
Khan Academy - you can learn anything for free forever here. And includes almost any course on web development you can imagine. Whether its building websites or learning new programming languages, you'll find excellent tutorials videos from beginner to university level. khanacademy.org
M.I.T. introduction to computer science & programming - This undergraduate level course assumes no previous knowledge of programming, and comes with a full set of handouts, slides, files and lecture videos on everything you need to get going on writing and debugging code. No small undertaking but designed by the best. ocw.mit.courses
Coursera - Coursera was founded by computer science professors from Stanford University and focuses on people looking to enrich their lives, advance their careers or start a new one altogether. Choose your goal and it'll take you through each course you need.
Remember that age is no barrier to learning, and continuos learning do ward off dementia. If interested in any, do enjoy.