Desktop: Jim Langdon
Publisher, TulsaPeople Magazine – (On the occasion of the magazine’s 25th anniversary issue)
Jim Langdon, founding publisher of TulsaPeople Magazine, has the stereotypical office of a journalist. His desk is overflowing with papers, files, copies of magazines and newspapers, and two computers — a PC and a Mac.
He has also surrounded himself with collectibles, family and vacation photos, pictures of golf course scenes and other items that reflect his interests and passions.
Overall, Langdon’s office tells the story of a busy man who surrounds himself with things that bring him happy thoughts during his workday.
Of course, one is immediately struck by the numerous pieces of University of Oklahoma football memorabilia he has collected over the years. Among the items are a signed photo of Uwe von Schamann’s famous field-goal kick to beat Ohio State in 1977; a retired RUF/NEKS shotgun; helmets and footballs autographed by past OU greats; and a Sooner cap celebrating the 1971 OU-Nebraska “Game Of The Century,” which Langdon attended as an OU student.
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