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April 19, 2010


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oh boy! finding typos is my favorite pastime!


actually, I don't look for mistakes but can't help noticing them, which sometimes spoils the blog-reading experience for me (reading "it's" for "its" is, like, painful). but finding a mistake in the New Yorker--WOO-HOO!

Carolyn Jung

My fellow ex-newspaper journalists who now blog all wish we still had a real editor. Who knew we'd ever be saying that, huh? But it is a godsend to have another, trained pair of eyes to read over something. So I thank you, Moe, for always being so kind as to point out any typos in my own blog. You've saved me on many an occasion. ;)

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