Wapatusset – York Benchley, publisher of the Tiny Mind Gazette discussed significant cost-cutting measures during a recent Tiny Mind Gazette Publishing Group, Inc. (TMGPG) board of directors meeting. Significant staff cutbacks to unpaid interns were not addressed, as previously rumored.
However, the current pixel shortage within the digital imaging marketplace has caused unprecedented concerns from within the electronic publishing community.
With the current federal administration’s refusal to release emergency pixel reserves, electronic media online presence and sustainability has been brought into question.
“We have been making every effort to maximize responsible pixel use by reducing image size as well as extensive adverb and colorful adjective usage within published articles,” remarked Mr. Benchley.
“If the situation continues to worsen, we may have to resort to printing our flagship communications vehicle, Tiny Mind Gazette, on traditional fabricated wood pulp fiber sheets.”
Scientist have recently made major strides in developing a self-sustaining single point, raster pixel, that is both green and recyclable. “We totally appreciate green from an environmental and financial standpoint but our audience insists on pixel color variety,” added York, raising a half-filled highball glass containing an amber liquid and crimson maraschino cherry.
“If we were crafting an article regarding sod growth, Peter Pan, or Green Bay Packers, green pixels would be quite acceptable,” stated TMG graphic designer, Clem Clintons. “I would rather conserve the R (red) and B (blue) pixels by well-calculated, pinpoint placement rather than flooding the screen with too much G (green),” Clem added.
Mr. Benchley also announced that Tiny Mind Gazette email notifications would cease to those individuals who have not manually subscribed to the ‘TMG feed’ located in the upper right corner of the publication. If you are a current TMG email recipient, please go to the TMG site and reregister by clicking on the link demonstrated below. “We are not going to waste our dwindling pixel reserves on emails that wallow in recipients inbox and junk mail folders.”
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