Scope editor has fun with a computer crash
You have to admire a sense of humour.
Elling Lien, editor of The Scope (and, coincidentally, son of the fine gentleman profiled in my previous post), had a computer incident recently. His external hard drive crashed, taking with it the fourth wall', his weekly editor's column. Fortunately, that seems to be all that was lost (any designer or editor who has lost a major project in a hard drive crash will sympathize with Lien's plight).
However, Lien didn't break out the razor blades, or throw himself into the harbour.
Nay, he had a bit of fun with it. Click the image for a closer look. Funny. And not something you could get away with over at The Telegram.
I don't think I get the significance of the kittycat in the cage, but maybe that's me. Again, that's the beauty of an alternative paper much is random and not everything has to make sense.