Particularly not now…and this seems like an appropriate article to get out there. Here’s the headline (linked):

Black professionals want to see Milwaukee move forward. Here’s how it happens.

Here’s all I can see…hope many of you can see more:

Well-known black business executives Nicole Robbins, Clifton Phelps and Kevin Newell offered advice on what the city’s business community can do to improve a region widely reported to be one of the most segregated in the U.S.

Some stuff is for the better good…

3 Responses to Open Letter to Milwaukee Business Journal: Some Articles Shouldn’t Be Behind the Paywall.

  1. Nemo says:

    Some paywalls are more breachable than others. Go the the link. As soon as it comes up, quickly click on the text and type a and then c. Open a text editor and paste in the contents of the clipboard ( v). Enjoy.

    I’m not sure that MJS would like you to use this brick to loot their site, but with such a poor paywall, I’ve got to think they don’t care.

    • Ed Heinzelman says:

      I am not totally against paywalls. BUT the Milwaukee Business Journal has articles available to all and those behind the paywall. This article seemed to be one of more general interest given the current environment than say, one about corporate profits or CEO profiles. I have a problem with their algorithm on what is free and what isn’t. I have a sub to MJS for the time being.

  2. Nemo says:

    The comment control algorithm altered the last post. Instead of a then c (and v), type control a and control c (and control v).

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