Spotted today in an NBC News story about mistaken identity with regards to accusations against Trump lawyer Michael Cohen: a piece of “mistaken” punctuation. The comma, of course, should be a period.
Just spotted this transgression on CNN’s homepage: It should be “its,” obviously. “It’s” time to get a better copyeditor, CNN!
I just spotted this error on the homepage at Inc.com. Obviously, it should read “Airbnb,” not “Aribnb.” Who the heck is Ari?
I spotted this error yesterday on NBC News’ homepage. It should read, “… make it easier for the majority party to confirm …” Missing infinitive markers may not be a problem of “nuclear” proportions, but they sure are annoying!
I was reading the June issue of Chicago magazine yesterday, and it appears that its editors need to “fill the potholes” in their copyediting process.