I can honestly say that no one took us seriously – and I had my doubts, too. The setting was the London bureau of NBC News in the summer of 1998 – a more innocent time in every sense of the word. Brian, then the young director of multimedia at MSNBC.com, was on his first-ever foreign assignment with my relatively grizzled ink-stained carcass.
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