Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Editorial In Taipei Times

The Taipei Times ran my editorial today, with very minor changes. Apparently their editorial staff has never heard the phrase 'declare the revolution' so they changed the all-important "the" to "a" but other than that, no serious changes.

Lots of fun coming up as a major workload producer finally ran out of steam today. More stuff to go up here!

4 comments:

Mickey said...

I enjoyed reading it.....good job!

Anonymous said...

That's pretty cool about the editorial. But I'm still waiting for that New Year's re-vamp of the Taiwan site!

Michael Turton said...

I meant NEXT New Year!

Anonymous said...

"The Taipei Times ran my editorial today, with very minor changes."

Professor: that was a letter to the editor, not an editorial. An editorial is a commentary on social or political issues written by a newspaper's top staffers as part of the corporate line they take. It is never signed. A letter to the editor is a signed letter to the editor. Big difference. Didn't they teach you that in school?