It’s bad enough when you make a typo on a headline on page one. That puts you in this blog.
But what happens when you use the wrong page one?
The “incorrect page,” I’m told, was the Sunday front of the Chapel Hill News. What ran instead — again, in this case — was the previous Wednesday’s front.
Here is the Chapel Hill News web site as it appears this morning (Wednesday, Nov. 2)…
…and a closer look at that little blue box.
My anonymous source summed it up well. “Excellence from McClatchy’s central production facility,” he wrote. “Which I think is what Stalin called collective farms right before the famine.”