Web Editors: The Bane of My Existence

I could blog a lot more quickly if my creativity wasn't being stifled.

I've been getting inundated with emails from readers asking me to blog more than once daily. Well, dear readers, I share your frustration. I have no shortage of ideas to entertain you, but here's the problem: Every blog entry I write must be submitted to my nerd of a web editor for approval (presumably because I can't be trusted). From there, the entry must be approved by my web editor's supervisor (presumably because my web editor also can't be trusted). It's my understanding that the web editor's supervisor then tethers my blog entry to a homing pigeon, which flies it to some guy named Stanley in Shamokin, Pennsylvania, who puts it on the Internet. But I don't know, computers aren't really my thing.

Clearly, the system needs to be streamlined. Any suggestions as to an appropriate course of action? 

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2 Responses to Web Editors: The Bane of My Existence

Guy Sagi wrote:
June 15, 2009

Ditch the pigeon. The beady eyes should be your first clue it can't be trusted, either. The last pigeon I knew had a chick in every coup, got diarhea at the sight of a convertible and nose dived innocent, silver-haired popcorn-carrying ladies like a Kamikazee at the battle of Leyte Gulf.

P. Bundy wrote:
June 15, 2009

Why can't you, or your web editor, put the blog directly into the series of interconnected tubes that makes up the internet?