As we walked through central Vienna, I pointed to one of the windows: “You know”, I explained to an interlocutor who probably knew better than me, “when Greece was formed as a modern country in 1828, the people living in those buildings had several centuries of experience of living in a city with other people.”… Continue reading Ariel Castro needed to rewrite Greek history?
People talk about Google being increasingly being a “hardware company” but they are missing the point. It’s not about fancy gadgets, not about whether the Nexus has a better screen than an iPhone and definately not about the MotoX stealing market share. It’s not even about Google knowing the next worldwide development through some fancy… Continue reading MotoX heralds a very quiet revolution
GUIDELINES FOR INTERNATIONAL MEDIA COVERING GREECE Since the start of this economic crisis, Greece has struggled with its international image. Journalists trying to fathom where to start in the coverage of the story, most obviously need help in understanding how to handle issues such as: 1. We love it when you emphasize the rustic, Zorba… Continue reading Do the stripes in our flag make it look fat?