3 Comments

  1. I’ve been noticing the spelling errors myself lately. There’s no excuse for it. When I see shoddy grammar and spelling on a site, especially a commercial one, I have to wonder just how good the product/service is. Don’t these people realize their site is a marketing tool?

  2. A couple of days ago when I read your “Crash Lessons” article the headline read: “Crash Lesons.”

    I see you fixed it, but my point is we all live in glass houses when it comes to typos.

    Don’t throw those stones too hard.

  3. I agree with Jocko. If we don’t see some improvement in your site you’re going to see it reflected in your next merit adjustment (aka raise for you newly ex-military guys). You need to start earning your pay.

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