Getting Hired and Fired by The New Yorker, As Told by Tweets

After 17 years of climb­ing the lad­der, Dan Baum final­ly land­ed his dream job at The New York­er. But things did­n’t work out quite as he planned. On Twit­ter this week, Baum tells the sto­ry of his rise and fall. You can read a con­sol­i­dat­ed Twit­ter-style tran­script here. A pret­ty intrigu­ing look at what hap­pens inside the mag­a­zine world.

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