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Disaster Publishing

NEWSPAPERS CONSIDER IT a badge of honour to keep publishing, regardless of the conditions outside. When earthquake tremors last hit the Bay Area of California in 1989, the San Francisco Chronicle bought a back-up generator for the art department's Macintosh computers, produced an abbreviated print edition, and printed that in another city.

Today, the New Orleans Times-Picayune couldn't publish print editions so they're making the daily paper as a PDF.

via Steve Outing