Portfolio managing editor Blaise Zerega takes the deputy editor slip vacated by the firing of Jim Impoco. Zeraga will work out of San Francisco, leading a source to tell the Post's Keith Kelly, "He's being called deputy but it doesn't look like he will have any serious management responsibilities. Have you ever heard of a deputy 3,000 miles away?" Zeraga will be replaced by New Yorker managing editor Jacob Lewis. Is this some kind of signal from Conde Nast about their continued confidence in Portfolio? Last week, we were told that Lipman wasn't really going to fill Impoco's position—writers expected that she would now take this opportunity to mess with people's copy more than ever, and that this was a sign of her complete inability to delegate and her inability to recognize, you know, actual writing. [NYO]