Thanks and Farewell, Jennie Robinson
July 3, 2006 at 8:45 AM
The issue Digital Web Magazine will publish late tonight marks the final edition copy edited by Jennie Robinson, a.k.a "Copy NinJennie", as she's affectionately referred to in these parts. One of the unsung heroes, Jennie has worked behind the scenes for the past couple years here at DWM with a keen eye for detail and an unfailing dedication to helping authors communicate clearly. Her talent and skill makes her work often unnoticeable, even to the author of the piece. For this, we all owe her a debt of thanks. Best of luck Jennie. Thank you for everything you've done to help us bring great quality content to the Web.
Jennie would undoubtedly say, that's "Best of luck comma Jennie." I'm sorry; I started proofing years ago, and I can't turn it off. Onward and upward, Jennie, your comrades salute you.
We're going to miss you Jennie. Thank you for all of your hard work over the years. Keep kicking butt at Bento Box.
Thanks, everyone. It's been a ride—and such a pleasure to work with the Digital Web Magazine staff and contributors. Best o' luck to y'all, too. You know where to find me. ;)