This Is What Happens When Your Video Editor Goes On Vacation

Latex Editor, The Globe and Mail, is on vacation.

A team of eight people have been working on the site since July.

This is what they’re up to:We have a pretty amazing team.

We’re looking forward to seeing how you use it.

We’d love to hear what you think!

It’s an online publication, so we’re not the only ones who use it to share videos.

But if you want to learn how to make your own videos, The Boston Globe is a great place to start.

If you have any questions about this, we want to know about it.

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More from the Globe:A few weeks ago, The Canadian Press revealed how the Globe’s online video editor, Jonathan Chait, had been making the most of his vacation.

He’d made over a thousand videos since his last update on August 20.

Chait had taken some time off to spend time with his family.

(He said he was still in Toronto.)

The Globe’s own video editor also made some new videos.

He posted a series of clips to YouTube on Tuesday.

In one of them, a journalist is interviewed by a reporter, who asks, “What did you think of what you saw in the Canadian news media on August 22?”

Chait responds, “I was shocked.

I couldn’t believe it.”

He describes a scene in which a young girl in the audience is asked by a journalist to look at her phone.

Chai says, “That’s when I knew I had to get back on the air.”

(His voice, of course, is shaky.)

Chait has been on the job for more than a year.

He was the Globe-opinion editor for four years.

The Globe hired him in October 2014 after it hired him from the Toronto Star.

He had been working at the Globe since 2013.

Chait’s latest work was published on Friday.

His story on the Aurora shooting is about to air on CBC.

He has been a video editor for nearly three years, and he has made about 600 videos.