The Quirky World of Executive Blogs
Tom Glocer’s Blog, Chief Executive Office, Reuters [BETA]
Reuters was founded in 1851 when Paul Julius Reuter began transmitting stock quotes from London to Paris over the (then) new Calais-Dover Cable. Today, Reuters is a major competitor of the Associated Press, with 2,500 journalists and photographers in 198 bureaus in 150 countries. It transmits more than eight million words a day in 19 languages. His lead did not grab me.
Hi. This is my blog site.
We are all subject to a lot of official communications these days from companies, governments, celebrities and others. All too often these are ghost written passages concocted by overeager PR machines and do little to tell you anything new about the author or his or her true interests.
All the best writing at Reuters gets done by our journalists, so I certainly don’t pretend that I can improve upon the impressive work they produce everyday, often at great personal risk. Instead I’m going to write about what interests me, which is often my work at Reuters, as well as wider issues like technology and media - two areas that I am fascinated by.
From Where I Sit: Musings on My Life, Thomas Nelson & the World of Publishing
Thomas Nelson, in business since 1798, is a publisher of inspirational books. Its president and CEO is Michael S. Hyatt.
A Runners Guide to Knee Pain, Sunday, July 15, 2007
Usually, when I tell people I have taken up running, they respond with some variation of “Gee, isn’t that hard on our knees.” Well, actually, no. At least until recently.
About three weeks ago, I started developing a distinct soreness in my knees. At first, I tried denial. It’s not really that sore, I tried to tell myself. But as I continued to run, the soreness worsened.
Continue reading “A Runners Guide to Knee Pain”
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