The New York Times Opinionator blog, which one assumes also comes under those layers and layers of editors of the mainstream media that make such a difference between them and us lowly bloggers, has been in error about me since yesterday afternoon. I found the blog by sheer accident, and found even more accidentally that I am mentioned in the blog as such:
Yes, that’s right. The people writing the Opinionator can’t tell that Neo-neocon and I are two wholly separate blogs and bloggers. I guess all of us female Jewish bloggers just look alike.
I posted a comment asking them to correct the error at 11:00 this morning. It is still in the moderation queue. Twelve other comments have been approved.
Way to go, New York Times. Not only can’t the Times correct errors in the print edition in a timely, equitable manner, but they can’t fix errors on a blog—which doesn’t have to wait for the print run to be published.
And the funniest thing of all? I never posted on the Jeffrey Goldberg post under discussion.
Update: It’s been fixed.
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