This morning I was reading an article by Tim Worstall, contributor at Forbes.com, that has a few errors.
The first one is a real head-scratcher.
This is the type of error that will sail right past a proofreader, and can be caught only by a copyeditor.
After reading the rest of the article, I figured out the author is likely in the UK, so perhaps it’s not an error but an idiom that makes perfect sense across the pond.
So I was doubly glad that this publisher gave me a way to notify them of the possible mistake via email rather than publicly on their Twitter feed. Smart! All websites should do this.