Monthly Archives: July 2010
While I was waiting for my latte at Donkey’s this morning, everybody seemed to be in an extraordinarily good mood. It turns out that they were all very happy that it was such a beautiful day, and the beauty was, … Continue reading
5 Reasons why you should ride a bicycle in Athens, Ohio: Hockhocking Adena Bikeway: A most beautiful ride from Athens to Nelsonville along the Hocking River with an amazing scenery and several interesting things to see and explore, e.g. the … Continue reading
So far, the size of my Athens world has been as big as my walking enthusiasm (which has varied quite a bit). Today I expanded my world drastically – by renting a bike. There is a most beautiful bikeway that … Continue reading
Over the past two days, the academic program was dedicated to interviewing and technology. Jack Brady, who skyped in from Boston, is the author of the book The Interviewer’s Handbook and has lots of stories to tell about interviews he … Continue reading
Today’s session started with a phone-conversation with Andy Alexandra, Ombudsman at The Washington Post in Washington, D.C. The Post was one of the very first papers in the U.S. to institutionalize the position of an ombudsman in 1970 and has … Continue reading
Morning and sunset.