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FIFTY & FURTHERMORE - Monday, December 18, 2006

"I'm Dr. Dorree Lynn, founder of FiftyandFurthermore.com. 
Growing older can be a time for creative and passionate 
living, and I will apply my years as a psychologist to 
help you with the challenges and wonders that come with 
this new life stage."
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Hello and welcome to FIFTY & FURTHERMORE! 

Today I challenge you to name the "person of the year" 
in your life. If you would like to make a comment or 
ask me a question, please email me at the address 
below and as always, I will do all I can to provide 
you with the advice you seek.

As I always say, "life is too hard to do alone - reach 
out!"

Dr. Dorree Lynn, Psychologist


Please send questions and comments to: 
email Dr. Lynn

Every December, Time Magazine crowns a "Person of the 
Year." Below is an article naming this year's winner 
as each one of us. I found this both refreshing and 
inspiring, and I invite you to share your opinion on 
the surprising choice. Do you feel the honor has been 
rightfully bestowed? What one individual would you 
choose for "person of the year"? Maybe it's a celebrity, 
a politician or a family member who has gone above the 
call of duty in your eyes. Now is your chance to honor 
them. Please share your ideas! 


Time magazine's Person of the Year: You

Congratulations! You are the Time magazine "Person of 
the Year."

The annual honor for 2006 went to each and every one of 
us, as Time cited the shift from institutions to 
individuals — citizens of the new digital democracy, as 
the magazine put it. The winners this year were anyone 
using or creating content on the World Wide Web.

"If you choose an individual, you have to justify how 
that person affected millions of people," said Richard 
Stengel, who took over as Time's managing editor 
earlier this year. "But if you choose millions of people, 
you don't have to justify it to anyone."

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The magazine did cite 26 "People Who Mattered," from North 
Korean dictator Kim Jong II to Pope Benedict XVI to the 
troika of President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and 
former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.

And Stengel said if the magazine had decided to go with 
an individual, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was 
the likely choice. "It just felt to me a little off 
selecting him," Stengel said.

The 2006 "Person of the Year" package hits newsstands 
Monday. The cover shows a white keyboard with a mirror 
for a computer screen where buyers can see their 
reflection.

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It was not the first time the magazine went away from nam-
ing an actual person for its "Person of the Year." In 1966, 
the 25-and-under generation was cited; in 1975, American 
women were named; and in 1982, the computer was chosen.

"I always love it when it's a person — and it is a person, 
not a computer or something like that," Stengel said. "We 
just felt there wasn't a single person who embodied this 
phenomenon."

Last year's winners were Bill and Melinda Gates and rock 
star Bono, who were cited for their charitable work and 
activism aimed at reducing global poverty and improving 
world health.

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