FLIPSIDE HEADQUARTERS–The Stanford Flipside, concerned that the current Flipside wasn’t working for the student body, announced today the creation of Flipside 2.0. Citing a failure to meet the needs of students, the Flipside has done a complete overhaul of the publication.
“For three years, Flipside readers have been strangled by the lack of innovation going into this publication,” said Flipside founder Barney Schmutz, as he took an early issue of the Flipside and threw it in the garbage. “But now things are different. You have a new font style, a slight border around images, and a great new slogan–purely cosmetic changes that are sure to make a real difference on this campus.”
“And we’re done with the jokes,” said layout editor Harrison Sinker. “Those things were for children.”