Wednesday, 19 December 2007

Letters to the International Herald Tribune

As of today, a new feature at Letters to the Editor of the International Herald Tribune.

If you sent a letter to the IHT and is wasn't published, send it to and I'll try and see if I can find a place for it.

3-5 letters a day isn't much space in the paper, and doesn't make much more.

Also the IHT doesn't like to tell us who their readers are, so where possible, and within a reasonable certainty, I'll try and tell you, up until the IHT adopts the same transparent policy as the FT.

If you are one of the featured letter writers and I have your bio details wrong, or you would like to add to them, please write to me at

Yesterday's letters:

The sinking dollar; John E. Casnellie, Porto, Portugal (Nationality: ?)
Bio: Last letter to the IHT - August 2, 3007 re Robots: The future of personal tech?" (July 28)

New teaching models; Carlos Pomalaza-Ráez Oulu, Finland (Nationality: ?)
Bio: Dr. Carlos Pomalaza-Ráez is an electrical engineering professor at Indiana University-Purdue University, USA. Currently, under the auspices of a Nokia-Fulbright Scholar Award, he is a visiting professor at the Centre for Wireless Communications, University of Oulu, Finland.

The wrong analogy? G. van Benthem van den Bergh, The Hague (Nationality: Dutch)
Bio: In his seventies (Born Jan 27, 1933) Professor G. van Benthem van den Bergh is (or was) a member of the Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs, an advisory body for the Dutch government and parliament. He is (or was) a Professor at the University of Rotterdam.


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