Comments: More on the Media Bloggers Association and AP - Need Retraction/Correction From AP/NYT

In the article, the phrase "on the other side of" was used once. Since this phrase also appears in an AP article from May 2007:
This web site now owes the AP $12.50.

Where do I collect my reward?

Posted by trbo20 at June 19, 2008 12:57 PM

Mary-- Bob's corrections to the Times have been, well, legendary. He singlehandedly petitioned the Times to change its policy so that columnists would be responsible for their own corrections. So if he's not agitating for a correction here, I don't begrudge him. Here's what he said instead (emphasis mine):

"Even after I picked up the phone and explained the actual purpose of the meeting - to sort out what to do about the outstanding DMCA Take Down Notices - some bloggers just continued to run with this absurd story in order to advance an agenda that I can assure you has nothing to do with resolving the case at hand."

The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves. :-|

Posted by Jon Garfunkel at June 19, 2008 10:43 PM

"The NYT (in implying) and AP in it's headline and throughout the article"

Please learn how to spell.

Posted by Eddie Pasternack at June 19, 2008 11:11 PM

Hi Eddie Pasternack,

There is a typo that I've corrected, but what is misspelled in that quote?


Posted by mary hodder at June 19, 2008 11:21 PM