Tom Hogan met us once we had all arrived. Or rather, all but one. Our fearless leader was still working on being fashionably late. Most of the photos I took until we got into the press area were taken without a flash so as to be less annoying and then less destructive in the plate room. This has the side effect of making the pictures less focused and less interesting.
Here Tom begins to tells us about how Globe pages arrive electronically from our downtown offices through the computers behind him.
Then he breaks the ice with an amusing annecdote about asking the Vatican to pay up front for a printing job.
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