Random and disjointed ponderings on faith, life, culture and professional issues (occasionally).
Sunday, January 10, 2016
Where's a red pen when you need one?
The Age's editorial standards have really deteriorated since they changed from a broadsheet to their tabloid (no, it's not a tabloid, it's a compact) format. I took a picture of this article about the Victorian state government's proposal to build a new toll road in the western suburbs. As you can see, it was published with an incomplete sentence in the last paragraph. No, I'm not offering them my services.