SWMS Editorial Teleconference: Patrick Thibodeau, senior editor, Computerworld

Patrick Thibodeau, senior editor
August 2009
We’ve been interviewing editors for almost a decade as part of the SWMS editorial teleconference series and we can’t recall a more lucid, realistic discussion than the one you’re about to read. For PR, Computerworld has long been a tough edit nut to crack. In so many words, Pat Thibodeau explains why. His are the editorial values that are sailing out the window. We’ll miss them.


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