Saturday, May 31, 2008

Blog-Worthy Typos: Entry 1

The Imposter: A character or combination of characters that look like another character, perhaps 'I' for 'l' or 'rn' for 'm', and upon first glance don't seem out of place. Of note are the instances in which non-alphabetic glyphs are substituted for their letter counterparts.

Real-life example of last week:

"10 and behold"

Ten and behold, my friends; that is a king among typos.

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