A Blog Around The Clock

So they say.

I guess even the government is not interested in saving the newspaper business….eh!

Q1: why did they subscribe every employee? Couldn’t they buy one copy and put it in the waiting room at the reception desk, or at the water cooler, or in the dining hall? Or, well, they could have come up with some kind of a video-rental store, but for books/newspapers/magazines. Oh, wait!

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Q2: why don’t they introduce this brand new technology to all their employees? It is called a computer and it can be used to get into a set of tubes called the Internet, where one can go on something called the World Wide Web, where one can find all the news and information using something called Teh Googlz!

Comments

  1. #1 Coturnix
    April 23, 2009

    Click on the “wait” link to see the image full-size.

  2. #2 Captain Obvious
    April 24, 2009

    Q1: *Sharing* a subscription and breaching copyright?
    It’s well known only crimnials, terrorists and the Enemies of Freedom would do such a thing.
    Oh and people like this:
    http://www.nypost.com/seven/01312009/business/tingy_teve_sued_152839.htm

    Presumably that extends to sharing a real paper as well (as I can’t see much difference in practice).

    I am shocked and appalled!

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