He used so little of what you told him because the story had already
been written: they just needed a human face to kick it off because
tech stories and concept stories need a personal touch to grab the
And you were that human face... sorry...
But hey, the story ran and that's good, right?
On 01/07/2005, at 3:53 AM, Brandon Stafford wrote:
This article was on the front page of the business
Saturday. The print edition included two pictures of me at work, but I
haven't been able to find them on the web.
Not sure why Joe Little used so little of what I told him. I guess
that's the way journalism works in the old world.
Brandon, AKA Pingswept (semi-wiki-vacation through August)
On 6/30/05, Clare-Marie White <clare(a)thefriend.org> wrote:
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