There are a few reasons to link to this piece on restructuring at Future Publishing, the British specialty and trades magazine publisher. A first is that they offer video game titles and there's some significant crossover there, just in terms of who might be getting what freelance gigs. A second is that we think of the problems with publication as basically hitting general newsstand media, I think because specialty magazine advertising works differently than big-display, and because a lot of the trades are run in tighter fashion to begin with. A third is just to read the press release, which is a lot like a North American equivalent but without the brazen use of goofy jargon. We're now ten to fifteen years into media-company restructures due in part to new media, and one imagines the landscape continuing to change. One virtue of trade and specialty publishers is that their revenue is tied up in their product -- there's little value there to be boosted and auctioned that isn't involved with making things.