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11-06-2008 @ 8:16AM
Let a blogger slip every once in a while without raining hellfire on them.In traditional journalism, articles go through several people before being printed; there are quite a few opportunities to correct minor mistakes before creating a final work.With blogging, you have a Submit button. That's it. Only then do hundreds of pairs of eyes examine the work. Give these guys a break. Unless the grammar mistakes are so terrible that they make the articles difficult to read, or the quality of the articles themselves begin to falter, just relax.In the meantime, why don't we all concentrate our grammar nitpicking to the one area of the internet that so sorely deserves it: craigslist.
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