Megan and PWW
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Looks like Megan is moving on.. all the best Megan!

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  Re: Megan and PWW by Skip J. (Looks like Megan is ...)
(12-06-2017, 10:41 AM)Skip J. Wrote: Looks like Megan is moving on.. all the best Megan!

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A loss for PW, indeed.  Megan, best of luck to you in your new endeavors!
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  Re: Megan and PWW by Skip J. (Looks like Megan is ...)
She better get work with good public exposure, or I will miss Megan. Hear that, Chris?
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(12-06-2017, 12:27 PM)hbmcc Wrote: She better get work with good public exposure, or I will miss Megan. Hear that, Chris?
OK Bruce, you asked for it..

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  Re: Megan and PWW by Skip J. (Looks like Megan is ...)
Wow! I hate to see her go, but I know PWW will continue without her. I always enjoyed seeing her writing (and occasionally pointing out a typo that she had missed).

For example, I hope her departure doesn't have anything to do with the flubbed headline on the cover of the last issue, which read "hew a traditional froe" instead "hew a traditional froe club." Two rather different tools, there...
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  Re: Megan and PWW by Skip J. (Looks like Megan is ...)
Who'd a thunk that a postgraduate English major who began her PWW career as a copy editor (I think) would have ascended to the heights she did at PWW?  Best of wishes to you Megan.


I wonder if this is PWW moving in a different direction, and if so, is the the direction an accelerated decline into mediocrity or, worst yet, oblivion? Perhaps an article in the not-to-distant future will be how to make one's own coffin.
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Allan Hill
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(12-06-2017, 07:02 PM)AHill Wrote: Who'd a thunk that a postgraduate English major who began her PWW career as a copy editor (I think) would have ascended to the heights she did at PWW?  Best of wishes to you Megan.


I wonder if this is PWW moving in a different direction, and if so, is the the direction an accelerated decline into mediocrity or, worst yet, oblivion?  Perhaps an article in the not-to-distant future will be how to make one's own coffin.

I wonder if the current decision to shutter WIA was made by the bean counters trying to pinch pennies. I remember her writing recently how much she loved her job so for her to leave so abruptly comes as a shock. I wish her the best. She's a class act.
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  Re: Megan and PWW by Skip J. (Looks like Megan is ...)
Thanks everyone! I took today off for the most part, but tomorrow, I'm diving into the Woodworking Hobo Lifestyle. You've not seen the last of me...in fact, I'll now have time to actually build stuff again!
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  Re: Megan and PWW by Skip J. (Looks like Megan is ...)
Good luck, Megan.
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  Re: Megan and PWW by Skip J. (Looks like Megan is ...)
She did a good job. I hope she enjoys her next act.
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