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December 31, 2006

2006: Year of the Online Corrections

Regret the Error has an interesting post about the evolution of the online correction. Of particular note:

Our final evolution of note is a lovely project being pursued by Reuters. The wire service now has a regular feature called, "The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly." This is a regularly updated online page where editors respond to feedback (usually complaints or requests for correction) from readers. It's often akin to a friendly cafe where Reuters serves itself some humble pie and readers get to enjoying watching them eat it.

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