Re: How to Build a Newsroom Time Machine: the All on Paper project
production technologies, is that I see more and more typos and misused words in my daily (national) newspaper; stuff that spell-check misses, but that a copy editor would never let by.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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