From one chapter to the next…

In Sept. 2004, I walked in 229 West 43rd Street.

Little did I know how much my life would change.

After five plus years, I left what had been my second home The New York Times. As I said to the most amazing colleagues I had the great fortune to work with: I sometimes look at life (or maybe everything) as if it were a baseball game. Sometimes curve balls are thrown at you, sometimes you’re on a good streak, sometimes not so much; you try new things or keep with what’s working; and you work with all sorts of players but beyond that you’re ultimately part of a team. And I, will miss THE team. An organization, a team I had the privilege to work with with, laugh with and learn from.

So yesterday I walked through these doors

to the next base on the plate; I turned the page to the next chapter in my life. I’m excited for what awaits me. I’m going to work for a company that I have admired for as long as I can remember, where I will be using my first language more and an organization that I believe is truly genial. Univision.

I will continue posting to Twitter what I read, including The New York Times. So to that, enjoy the 2010 World Cup! Here are some links for your reading pleasure:
English - www.nytimes.com/worldcup
Español - www.univisionfutbol.com

Ta ta now…


Earthquake in Chile 2010 - NYT Resources

Just a recap of some useful links I’ve posted to Twitter via @nytimescomm and on my personal regarding the Earthquake in Chile.

Robert Mackey is curating the coverage of the earthquake and tsunami warning on The Lede:

The Times is also asking people on the scene in Chile to send their photos. Upload here: http://submit.nytimes.com/chile-earthquake or send them to pix@nyt.com. Here’s a slide show of what readers have submitted so far.

On Twitter, get updates from The Times via the following resources.




For updates via Facebook, The Times has a dedicated Chile Page: http://www.facebook.com/nytimeschile

And lastly, more importantly, visit www.nytimes.com, the home page will be updated round-the-clock with reporting from Alexei Barrionuevo, Marc Lacey and others, links to photos, videos and blog posts. 

UPDATED on Feb. 28, 2010.


How does one withstand all that is going on in Haiti?

It’s quite remarkable the courage these people have —> volunteers, rescue teams, doctors, nurses and journalists — yes, journalists. I commend our journalists for keeping us informed of the situation there; from The New York Times to NBC to CNN.

I specifically want to point out the astonishing coverage by The New York Times — reporting, interactive features, rounding up online sources, etc.

Here are some examples:

And finally, I commend all of those who are in someway involved in helping with the disaster in Haiti. If I were the rescue team member below, I’d probably have the same expression.

Civilian urban rescue teams in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.

Credit: Flickr: U.S. Navy Gallery

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