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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Among Ourselves 1924 - 2006 R.I.P.


In 1924 the Los Angeles Times began a publication for the employees of the newspaper called Among Ourselves, the Tribune killed this in the summer of 2006. The company newspaper would be mailed to retired employees so they could keep up with their colleagues and the events occurring at their old employer. But this moral building tool was considered a waste of money, and as you can see if you follow this link, another Los Angeles Times tradition to bite the dust.

After the posting regarding Monica Hayes birthday on Monday, many colleagues felt this would be a good alternative to Among Ourselves. Everyone from the Los Angeles Times is welcome to submit births, celebrations, vacations, something for sale, etc. here.

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