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May 1st, 2003
02:19 pm


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So I got some stuff done that needed to get done today. I've been working on it the past couple of days. Really boring stuff, the kind of stuff where you're not expected to find any errors. It felt good that I actually found a couple of errors.

The person who I'd been getting stuff to do from is out of stuff to do. The other person I can check with is not at her desk, so I've got a little time to just sit. Maybe I'll do a crossword or soem Jotto puzzles to get my brain primed for the spelling I'm going to do in about 40 minutes.

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Date:May 1st, 2003 11:44 am (UTC)

yeah, well, what's depressing is the handful of errors i found, 'cause they're never really gonna' fix 'em. so the question is, do people keep finding these errors, and they never get fixed, or are the errors we find unique?

*sigh* i understand it's expensive to make non-necessary changes. still irks me, though.
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Date:May 1st, 2003 11:49 am (UTC)
You reported the errors, right? Because they do keep the corrigenda and make the changes at the next reprint.

It's possible that someone has already found the error at some other stage of proof for this printing and they decided to wait until the reprint to fix it.
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