Sunday, December 26, 2010

The Pent Umbrage of the Tempy, Part XXVIII

You have to remember a lot of things in order to evaluate what you are talking about.

You have to remember the beauty of what was going on in the dynamic order of the printing presses, as they churned out what you and everyone else needed to know.

These printing presses were not public printing presses. They were geared to the organization of The Firm and of The Firm only. Nevertheless, they conveyed an openness and a heartfelt endorsement of care seldom, or even NEVER seen, nowadays.

If you had even the slightest sentiment something was happening whichyour readership would benefit in knowing, you were on it. They'd get the full report, as clearly as possible. Every sentima or angstrom of urgency, you'd transmit. Without delay, without schedule, without premeditation, without public opinion poll or market survey. You'd want your public (a circumscribed public--you were never deceiving yourself of this, or anyone else. Certainly none of your defined readership would be deceived (undefined.)


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