Headlines are lifelines to our readers.
As corporate consolidation continues apace at American newspapers, one common tactic among cost-conscious executives has been to outsource copy edi
You may not expect this, but I like James Robinson’s
It isn’t enough that copy editors have to spend the runup to Christmas deleting hackneyed holiday ledes from stories about seasonal recipes and gif
Broke the glass.
"Readers are busy, but they aren’t dumb."
The best ones can switch off the error-prone processor perched atop their necks.
"We've noticed an overuse of the ellipsis recently," The Washington Post told staffers earlier this month.
Flotillas are the real victim here.