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During the "Castle in the Sky" TV screening there were 25,088 tweets per second, the most ever.
@WalmsleyGlobe brilliant Editor in Chief of @globeandmail has produced extraordinary double page salute to Harry’s journalistic influence and his mentoring of the Globe’s campaign to win compensation for Canadian thalidomide victims. https://t.co/oY0e0UKy4u
What The Times oddly omitted about Sir Harold Evans and Murdoch. (P Eye) https://t.co/FaE8NqmlLj
What a surprise that the only negative obit on Harry was in Murdoch owned Times of London. Fortunately @PrivateEyeNews has put it right, thanks to @HackedOffHugh for circulating https://t.co/10q31WBYYK
On the eve of the small service for my beloved, I want to thank Elite Nursing for their care during the last week of Harry's life. They wonderfully supported my family with their expertise and gentleness. Special thanks to Delores Nemet, who was an angel. https://t.co/wsJdUPtyRo
“Although we only had Harry for a brief spell, his stardust–and it was nothing less than that—stayed with all of us who had the pleasure & privilege of being there in those early, crazy, in-the-office-until-midnight years.” @KGlowczewska @TandCmag https://t.co/PqSKebBrpW
Harry Evans, the editors' editor, the journalists' journalist, the reporters' reporter. Among his peers, he was recognised as the finest tradesman of our craft, a pioneer of what we now call investigative journalism. https://t.co/Pc5SRhWVdZ