Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, buys the Washington Post. What is changing now for the world's traditional daily?
Here an Overview:
All Washington Post articles will be rearranged again and again according to their popularity. Their ranking can be updated hourly because the "Dear Reader" can evaluate each article with an asterisk. This will be explained as a step forward to "quality - journalism".
In the future these articles will be written by a team from the approved agency "rent-a-journalist". This will be more efficient because these guys are not so demanding and they will write without growling directly near the assembly line of the printing-press which is standing in a cheap warehouse.
To build on WP's previous investigative successes, the Watergate discoverers, Bernstein and Woodward, will be reactivated: the new WP boss Jeff Bezos will personally guide the two top-discoverer trough the company-headquarters of Amazon and let Bernstein and Woodward discover incredible filth within Amazon - so that Bernstein and Woodward can exclusively report for the Washington Post. To avoid conflicts with image damage WP will get a new name. A brand name of these times.
So, because for tax purposes, the Washington Post will be renamed Bermuda Post, its head quarter then will be in cozy neighborhood to accenture and the rest of those super successfully, frightened of tax rules companies. If we are lucky we may even get finally the most accurate explanation about Enron's and Worldcom's attempts to be the first truly inventors of "social" networking.
As kind of consolation, the Washington Post of course will be mentioned in the New Bermuda Post in every issue as "recently read newspapers."
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