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Friday, 13 March 2009

A Freudian mis-read?

That's the ruddy trouble with sans-serif fonts. As I read Simon Jenkins' piece in the Guardian this morning I read:
My own industry may have its troubles but, until the Wapping revolution of 1985, it faced a wipeout similar to that which near obliterated the American and European press. As a result of Wapping, the British national press emerged from the Thatcher years with more daily titties than at the start.
Whilst it may be true, it's not what Jenkins wrote. I had to read it again to realise that the word he'd used was 'titles'.

Ho hum.

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