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By Tami Kamin Meyer Posted on Tuesday, November 6, In the fall ofI was thrilled to be hired for a freelance writing opportunity that suited me perfectly. As a longtime practicing attorney and freelance writer, I relish writing posts where I can marry my passions of law and writing.
Not long into my tenure, I started noticing typographical and grammatical errors had been edited into my articles prior to publication. For example, misplaced commas were inserted in my copy, transforming an otherwise well-structured sentence into a stilted, sometimes convoluted mess.
When I was younger and less experienced, I sometimes reddened when editors red-lined dating myself here content that called for improvement. Fortunately, I am no longer so wedded to my words.
As time went on, I continued to notice odd insertions in my articles. Oftentimes, my polite inquiries to my editor were ignored. It is my name on that byline and I was determined to get those errors corrected quickly.
Eventually I found the right person to make the fixes, no questions asked. That person was in IT, however. It quickly became apparent I was not only going to have to read my articles immediately upon being posting online, but I was going to have to ask the IT person to make corrections.
The editor never once questioned me about it, although a few times I expressed frustration to her and our boss. As annoying as this became, I enjoyed the work so much that I decided to take the good with the bad. At least I had found a way to minimize the damage.
I was looking forward to the piece and soon as it was posted online, I clicked onto it. My heart palpitated, but not out of joy. Along with the usual inserted grammatical errors, it included facts that, due to my research, I believed to be untrue.
OK, wait a minute, I told myself. Because I was on Eastern Standard Time and my coworkers were in California, I figured they were still in the middle of their workday.
For the time being, I gave her the benefit of the doubt that in an effort to strengthen my article, she inserted information pertinent to my piece that somehow, I had not found.
I could not, in good conscience, let that happen.
I logged onto the company web site to contact the IT person to make the needed changes. Much to my chagrin, neither he nor the editor were logged in.
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