Tuesday, May 11, 2004

A weird way to show appreciation, but we'll take it

Andrew Womack of The Morning News (online out of New York, not on paper in Dallas) gives an example of why editors matter in his "The Non-Expert: English" piece. ("Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything.")

It's a good peek at what copy can look like before trusty editors get ahold of it. By babbling on and punctuating poorly, Womack is showing editors some thanks. It's sweet, actually.

One other reason I like The Morning News: It uses masthead correctly.


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