Friday, November 09, 2007

Problems with the Original

Here is an interesting news story that has some analogies with textual criticism.

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The link appears to be broken. This is what is linked to:

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Christian Askeland said...

I am able to access the news article via the link -- it seems to be working.

Anonymous said...

I got it. The problem was that the "Here" link is almost the same color as the regular text. I got the gibberish from clipping on the label.... :(

My apologies.