The New Yorker finally goes online
Commentary on The New Yorker magazine's long absent Web presence.
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Following on the heels of CANOE,
Ten days after writing a piece about the CANOE-Netgraphe merger, it seems the worst has happened. I wrote that another round of layoffs would devastate moral, but if Pierre Karl Péladeau didn’t let the markets dictate things, CANOE.ca could be okay. But he did, and most of the tech department, the head of the art department, and the vice president of content is gone. Those working on contracts will not be renewed. Management promises, again, this is the last of the lay-offs
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