Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Institutional Corrections

From Harper's, January 2005, p. 7:

"The location of Nevsky Prospekt was misidentified in the December 2004 issue ["The Anti-Profiler," Reviews]. It is in St. Petersburg, not Moscow. We regret the error.

It is not in Petrograd or Leningrad, though.

From Utne, January-February 2005, p. 11:

In our 16th annual Utne Independent Press Awards nominations (Nov./Dec. 2004), we mistakenly referred to Cabinet magazine as "Cabinets" and Alternatives Journal simply as "Alternatives."

Singular? Plural? Who dare to says?

From U.S. News & World Report, Dec. 27, 2004, p. 6:

"Conquering Our Phobias," [December 6] included an incorrect area code for Virtually Better, a source for help. The correct number is (404) 634-3400.

Sufferers of telephonophobia, arithmophobia, and numerophobia are particularly encouraged to call.

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