While I was reading through the syllabus for my Weblogs and Wikis course, I couldn’t help but notice a significant amount of errors. Perhaps it is just in my editorial nature to recognize such mistakes, but I can’t help but think that the errors were in fact placed on purpose. My background as a copy editor (among other things) at a newspaper has heightened my critical eye, but I noticed some of the mistakes were not all that common to make and indeed look as though they were intended to be there. I mean think about it, its a college course from someone who has earned a PhD, why so many errors? Ah, you are sly Dr. Morgan, but I see through your plan. I presume at some point it will be our job to clean them up, perhaps?
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