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<nettime> Re: No-Collar
{ brad brace } on Sat, 28 Dec 2002 15:32:40 +0100 (CET)

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<nettime> Re: No-Collar

I can add my observations from working (I introduced and supplied the
in-house high-end color separations, from 1996-2002), at Wired magazine,
which began as a independent, occasionally vibrant, cutting-edge
publication and gradually, under new Conde Nast corporate ownership,
became a dull (short-lived) wizened rag. But it's really about the
employees: only the servile creeps stay-on and thrive at a hierarchical
corporate structure. The life-blood moves-on. It's unfortunate that there
isn't a more expedient manner to unhinge mediocrity.

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