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This from Slate.com's Today's Papers:

Mistakes have been made ... by the computer! From the NYT's correction page:

"Because of a word processing malfunction, an article on April 21 about the Afghan parliament's endorsement of 20 of the 25 proposed cabinet ministers misstated the name of a deputy from Kabul who forecast further discussion of three of them. The deputy is Kabir Ranjbar, not Caber Ran bar."

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on May 01, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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