The Re-Open Conundrum in a nutshell: "Even as a majority believe the meetings industry should go ahead with in-person events, 71 percent don’t plan to attend any meetings or business events this year." northstarmeetingsgroup.com/News/Industry/… via @NorthstarMeets
The nonsensical belief that the economy can be saved if we simply loosened restrictions and got back to business as usual ignores two facts: most people don't want to risk it for themselves, and those in power won't actually have to take that risk.
By politicizing a global health crisis, we've created two camps: a vocal minority of idiotic anti-maskers, and a vast majority who'd rather not be responsible for getting someone else sick (or killing them) just to see a movie. #cmonson

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19 Nov
Well, that's awkward! Y'all really need to rethink your scheduled marketing efforts when you're in the middle of a very public crisis. 😬 "Current mood: Thankful" email from Albert Whitman
Context: "For months, the children’s publishing community has been communicating about Albert Whitman & Co. not paying authors their royalties in a timely fashion, amplified by a lack of responsiveness to their agents." publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/ch…
"Meanwhile, management continued to spend money on things that were not contractually owed, like redesigning and rebranding the company logos." 😐

So much of this reminds me of F+W's final years before filing for bankruptcy. Hubris, incompetence, and a dash of malfeasance.
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