Dan’s got more here on our day with Giuliani. He writes: “The media were kept at a distance. Giuliani was scheduled to speak at 12:45 p.m., but he didn’t arrive until about 1:15. What appeared to be several hundred Goss employees had filled the room, leading to a quip or two about whether they’d be allowed to extend their lunch break so that Rudy wouldn’t be speaking to an empty room. There were also a few jokes among reporters about the irony of covering an event at a company that manufactures printing presses, not exactly a growth industry these days.”
Also, he publishes this photo.
I also like his photo of The Boston Globe’s Brian Mooney, a newsman’s newsman.