Daily Archives: 23 May 2007

‘I don’t think this is the business of a journalist’

A Mighty Heart, the movie based on the kidnapping and killing of the Wall Street Journal‘s Daniel Pearl, was screened at the Cannes film festival last night, and the initial reviews are all very good, given the grim nature of the subject. Hollywood Reporter‘s Ray Bennett says Angelina Jolie has delivered “a well-measured and moving…

All fun and no work makes Tintin a good boy

Halt, who goes there? Tintin. A sticker of Georges Remi‘s comic boy-reporter, whose exploits will now be captured in three full-length films by Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, adorns the window of a high-speed train in Belgium. Photo: Eric Vidal/ AFP Photo courtesy: Time.com Read Time’s story: Tintin travels to tinseltown

‘Job-hopping is crucial to maintaining passion’

Guy Kawasaki has extracted the nine biggest workplace myths from Penelope Trunk, author of the Brazen Careerist, and some of them may well be applicable to media houses, persons, and organisations: Myth 1: You’ll be happier if you’ve a job you like Myth 2: Job-hopping will hurt you Myth 3: The glass ceiling still exists…