The first time I met him, I thought he was a little crazy. Bright Blue eyes, very short hair, armed with a big smile, he comes to the Corbis office’s lobby on 20th street in New York City to welcome me for a job interview. He guides me through corridors to his big glass corner office commanding the newsroom. Everything is neat. No papers. A bare desk. Two big screens.
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