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  • Stitch is a social network for seniors
  • Stitch is a social network for seniors
    Pedro Ribeiro Simões (2007) ©
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Stitch is a social network for seniors

The global population is growing older every year, and as more seniors get online, technology is becoming increasingly inclusive. Stitch marries together these factors with a social network for people aged 60 and above, geared towards finding companionship and friendship alike.

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