Rob Minto

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I started at the Financial Times in 2004, and became Interactive editor in 2006. In 2008-09 I was Technology correspondent, and then went back to be Interactive editor again in 2009. After a stint as Assistant editor on the emerging markets desk, writing and editing the blog beyondbrics (2011-14), I went on book leave.

In November 2015 I was appointed Digital Editor for Audience Engagement. Then I left in 2017.

Over the years I wrote a fair few different things for the paper and website. Here’s some of the better things. (You could use the FT search engine if you really wanted to find every news story and blurb I’ve ever done.)

Sport – the Baseline column and other things


There are literally hundreds of posts and pieces – the best thing to do is look here.

Notebook column

FT Magazine

Book reviews

  • October 12 2009 | Connected – The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives By Nicholas Christakis and James Fowler
  • November 7 2009 | The Laws of Disruption By Larry Downes

TV reviews

Other features

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  1. great blog I’m a big Tennis viewer from Sweden

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