LOL maybe that was when he was seen as a white hat kinda competitor for that Time cover. Now perhaps he's eligible for Man of the Year in other categories. I'd go on but this isn't PRSI.But didn't Jeff Bezos win in 1999?
Yah it's just hard to figure out how not to do that annual cover as long as they mean to keep publishing the magazine. What are they going to do instead, pretend it's just another issue? The person or thing "Of The Year" issue still creates enough buzz so people at least check into the online version even if they don't buy newsstand copies. One wonders what they'll have on the cover of their last hardcopy issue, if they ever decide to just publish online rather than fold.This has devolved into a meaningless exercise in an attempt to stay relevant
The thing is, that what makes ripples in the United States, does not always translate to a story that had a major effect world wide.I wonder has there been thought of giving it to Elon Musk. Yes, he can be quite controversial, but SpaceX is redefining commercial space flight and Tesla perhaps the first serious challenger to the entrenched automobile industry in many decades.
People say "Daylight SavingS Time" when it shouldn't have the "S" at the endI know, but I just found my avatar in a google search rather than creating it myself.
I don’t understand the DST reference though?....