“Occasionally, despite their aim to represent objective journalism, newspapers have to assert an ethical position on divisive issues. The Washington Post’s publisher, Katharine Weymouth, recently instituted the inalienable right to extreme procrastination in the workplace: She established a game room at the D.C. daily, complete with air hockey, foosball, and a Wii.”  — From the Utne blog, tipped by the Columbia Journalism Review.

And we thought only game developers had their own playrooms …. this is a long way from de-stressing with the mickey of whiskey in the desk drawer.


“Occasionally, despite their aim to represent objective journalism, newspapers have to assert an ethical position on divisive issues. The Washington Post’s publisher, Katharine Weymouth, recently instituted the inalienable right to extreme procrastination in the workplace: She established a game room at the D.C. daily, complete with air hockey, foosball, and a Wii.”  — From the Utne blog, tipped by the Columbia Journalism Review.

And we thought only game developers had their own playrooms …. this is a long way from de-stressing with the mickey of whiskey in the desk drawer.