Many of you asked what’s up with my blog and me. Like many other times before I am again overly busy with many things. This doesn’t leave me time for a lot of things, most of all my blog. Most of my work lately was connected to the FINA Aquatics Championships. Despite it is over for a few days now I still have lots of things to do connected to it.
Members of the local workers’ union at Stourbridge Newsquest starting a protest. Journalists of the newspaper stood up in protest not doing what the professional photographers fired from the newspaper were doing: taking pictures.
Not much after Newsweek ended its print edition Financial Times annoucned they will concentrate their resources to digital editions and give them a higher priority than their print edition. If someone really feels the business reasons behind decisions then it shall be an economic newspaper.
This is a selection from the newspaper front pages commemorating the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 catastrophe. In the previous post I posted some of the covers published on the next day after the terrorist attack.
Unfortunately this time death of the Apple CEO Steve Jobs is officially confirmed. We can all be sure news about his death are no mistake this time. Reading the first news that appeared last night probably (I hope at least) everyone started seeking confirmation by more independent official sources before believing and spreading the word.