Sensational Development from Real Publishers

October 5, 2018

You thought I was going to offer a comment about the Bloomberg report about Supermicro motherboards. Wrong. Frankly when one purchases hardware from sources which operate in far off lands, one often may not know exactly what functions and features those semi magical devices harbor. That is one reason why some law enforcement and intelligence organizations use Faraday cages and approach hardware with a bit of skepticism. How true are the Bloomberg allegation and the subsequent verbal arabesques like this one?

The hair on fire reaction to the allegedly accurate and then allegedly accurate information suggests that some people are concerned.

Nope, the big news from the world of real publishers and real publishing is different. Navigate to this Chicago Tribune report. The write up explains that the Tronc organization is changing its name back to Tribune Publishing.

Personally I liked the word Tronc. The judgment of the real publishing management professionals was on display.

Sadly Tronc has been retired. The article reported (accurately, I assume):

“We are excited about the company rebranding to Tribune Publishing,” spokeswoman Marisa Kollias said in a statement. “It’s a nod to our roots, and a reinforcement of the journalistic foundation on which all of our news brands stand.”

Yep, a journalistic foundation which Tronc did not suggest.

Stephen E Arnold, October 5, 2018


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