Glenn left school at 16 and spent two years with Barclays Bank, followed by two years with IBM as a computer operator. He left IBM and for 10 years he enjoyed life as a successful fine artist. Glenn then went dispatch riding, a strange choice maybe but one forced upon him after a bike accident damaged his right wrist. After a few years risking life and limb on the road, Glenn chanced into a successful fifteen-year stint in motorcycle travel and sport as a writer and photographer. Glenn started his career as a journalist just before the dawn of the internet age. The arrival of the internet changed journalism completely but Glenn adapted quickly and contributed to websites around the world from the very early days of the web.
Glenn is very keen on Twitter. This simple little app is a like a sword, it may not look much but if you wield it properly it could change the world. Glenn still contributes content for websites as a busy freelance writer, but nowadays he also tweets for clients and advises companies on their use of Twitter.
Glenn is the blogging force behind Like Minds!