Congratulations Colin. Well done and wishing further success.
its really pitty and kind of shame, i live in BP. momently but no media coverage about Mr. Lovasz and this price concerned. Such scientist should be honored at every platform especially at his home country.
I have been to Kyoto before, but it was over 15 years ago. I hear a lot of modernization has occurred, but that the old-culture feel is still present. I'll be filing my reports from their in the first week of November.
Thank you all. I am honored to have won the Kyoto Prize Journalism Fellowship and look forward to the exclusive access I will have to the Kyoto Prize winners, especially Laszlo Lovasz, who by all accounts is a modern-day Claude Shannon--the father of information theory.
As a active member of the Austin chapter of the Society for Technical Communication and an adjunct professor for tech comm, I am so pleased to see
Colin's success championing our field. Thank you for your hard work and enjoy your recognition/reward!
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