Ransomware attack puts KQED in low-tech mode

Having a technical business, like a public TV and radio station, shut down by ransomware isn’t super convenient, but there’s something fascinating and kind of cool about the low-tech workflow:

To make sure everyone sees a copy of the script for an upcoming broadcast, reporters have to plug one of the still-working computers into an old ink-jet printer, print out copies of the script and drop one off in a box at the center of the newsroom, where everyone can find it.

Ransomware attack puts KQED in low-tech mode