It is with great pleasure that I can announce that The Garter Press, in the next few weeks, will be part of a ground-breaking project to properly represent the machinations of a press publication in an inferior medium to that of the printed word.
It has been a long time coming, and I know that many on the Board of Directors of the publication will be most excited to see that I have begrudgingly, tragically, and at long last come around to understanding the advantages that can be taken of the digital world.
Videos are still a bit shit.
Despite this, The Garter Press will play host to an apparently capable team of cameras and people behind those cameras in the pursuit of something that Motivational Creative Executive Rich Gelman describes as “digital traction.”
I’m still not 100% sold on the pursuit but this, we are told is what is necessary to remain relevant.
While it is not advice that I would in any other circumstances give, I think it is an instance where I can say with some confidence that there might be something worth watching on the old silver screen!
I am told that the program will ultimately be streamed across the entire Internet! A terrifying prospect for all, truly! I hope I come out the other side looking as beautiful as I do in print in the flesh.
You will get to know me, dear reader, a good deal better than I ever thought you might, and I only hope that we both survive the exchange as close friends as we ever were.
Not at all.
Yours in the only true form,