(Cross posted from ShiftLock, my tech column in the Canadian Newspaper Association’s paper, The Publisher) “Schmuck!” The red-faced man was sitting high in his SUV, leaning out his window, pointing with one hand, and calling across to us. He was entering the parking lot, we were leaving it. A kind of backwards irony.
He works in pre-press, in imaging; we work on a team that’s rolling out a new, centralized content management system across the whole chain. We’re not too popular this day. “You schmuck! They’re going to lay off 40 of
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