It was a big deal when Time magazine's Rick Stengel sent a memo to the whole staff, saying that "I suspect that some of you regard writing for as an obligation, and not what you came to TIME to do. But... [i]f you care about what you do - and I know you do - then you need to display your talent, your expertise, and your dedication online as well as in the magazine." Well, the Newspaper Guild has put a stop to that—the newest proposed agreement between the union and Time Inc. says that "there will no negative impact on any employee for not volunteering to do Web site work." While we totally get that most companies are making journalists take on more work for no more money, which blows, still; this is the first time I've ever felt a tiny bit of sympathy for Rick Stengel! [WWD]