So I had one of those watershed moments this morning, when I discovered someone I like and work with put quotes from me into a story he published without ever letting me know I was being interviewed, never checking the quotes, and then getting both the quote and the attribution/relationship completely wrong.
Arggh.
I’ve written and asked for a correction, but I have to say I am amazed that someone I regard as professional would do that. Despite all the slime (about not being journalists) that bloggers have thrown at them, this feels far more sloppy than anything any blogger I know has done.
Gives me a small taste of what others experience, say, weekly?
Ugh.

So I had one of those watershed moments this morning, when I discovered someone I like and work with put quotes from me into a story he published without ever letting me know I was being interviewed, never checking the quotes, and then getting both the quote and the attribution/relationship completely wrong.
Arggh.
I’ve written and asked for a correction, but I have to say I am amazed that someone I regard as professional would do that. Despite all the slime (about not being journalists) that bloggers have thrown at them, this feels far more sloppy than anything any blogger I know has done.
Gives me a small taste of what others experience, say, weekly?
Ugh.