BoomerCafé co-founder and executive editor Greg Dobbs has been watching the news from Oklahoma with a perspective few of us have. He knows what is happening behind the scenes.
Tag: David Henderson
BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David E. Henderson’s new book, “Making News in the Digital Era,” is of particular relevance to baby boomers because it helps to decipher what’s happening in today’s complex world of online social media. A communications strategist and journalist by profession, it’s David’s 4th book on the media and how any organization or person can build awareness.
Both of BoomerCafe´s co-founders – Greg Dobbs and David Henderson – are former network television news correspondents. As such, each continues to closely follow world events. David and Greg each have written pieces about what’s happening right now in Iran.
BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson has travel in his blood. And writing. And photography! In combination, it makes for a worthy piece of guidance about where you can go if, like David, you have the opportunity to strike out and see the world. As David describes it, it’s a magical world to see. We [...]
All of us baby boomers are getting older, and so is BoomerCafé. We think (at least we like to think) that we’ve all aged well together. The question is, do the generations that came after us agree? BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson looks at the evolution of our ezine, and as an expert on [...]
BoomerCafé co-founder David Henderson has a great destination for you boomers with time to spare, and — still, in this economy — money to spend. It’s a city that still shows the majesty of Old Europe. Prague on a winter’s day … The city has always been one of those mystical, medieval places in my mind’s eye, a [...]
As we baby boomers look around, we learn of friends who have passed away. Sometimes due to natural causes or disease. Sometimes because of a reckless accident, as BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson observes – I’m not always sure whether all the progress we’ve seen since our generation reached adulthood is for better … [...]