Brisbane, Australia (PRWEB) July 30, 2006
A baby boomer is someone who was born during the period of increased birth rates when economic prosperity arose in many countries following World War II. In the Western World, the term is iconic and more properly capitalised as Baby Boomers and commonly applied to people with birth years from the span 1946 to 1964, which may comprise more than one generation.
Baby boomers presently make up the lion's share of the political, cultural, industrial and academic leadership class in most Western democracies. From Tony Blair to George W. Bush, with Bill Clinton in between!
It can be argued that the defining event of early baby boomers was the Vietnam War and the protest over the draft, but it would be certainly correct to say it was the generation of The Beatles, The Motown Sound, and those ex-Woodstock Hippies, with flowers in their hair.
A new web site has been created which contains a wealth of information specific to the Baby Boomer generation, from retirement and investments to health, travel and gardening. You'll find everything you need here for keeping abreast of events in this ever changing world, (including daily Reuters Video News feeds).
All articles are targetted especially for all baby boomers, in order for you to get the most out of your life. The articles and information located on this site has been grouped into logical sections with sub-catagories underneath, so that it's very easy to find. No longer will you have to go searching all over the internet for the various categories of information that you're after, when you're most likely to find it right here, on the one web site.
You can even submit your own article/information on your favorite topic and have it published on this site. The web master is a 55 year old baby boomer himself, who edits/reviews every article before it's made available for viewing. So you can rest assured, that the information that appears on this site, is always current and specifically targetted to the interests of the baby boomer generation.
The entire site has also been translated into eight different languages, so this is truly an international offering, for baby boomers everywhere.
For more information visit the site at http://www.babyboomertopics.com