I wasn’t keen on having a new job right away. My original plan was to stay jobless for at least two weeks but not more than a month. I needed to rest. Then, I’ll join a bigger company, I told myself. However, two weeks before my resignation, I was offered a post at this new media company where a friend works. They wanted me to be a magazine editor. I needed to start ASAP, my friend said.
|Dilbert on start-up culture. From dilbert.com.|
We started out shaky, encountering some hurdles. But that’s just normal for any new organization. Now, after three months, I think we’re doing fine. We still need some tweaking here and there, but we can manage. So, ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce to you our magazine … Trip!
|The covers of Trip Magazine's first and second issues.|
You can visit our website for articles, but for now only a few are posted. You have to subscribe to be able to read all of them. Below is my article for the second issue (I only did editing for the first issue). It’s not posted on our website, so I’m sharing it with you through my blog. (Download the image if you want to read it more clearly.)