Compared with other mistakes, the typos
are almost certain to secure Australia a spot in the hall of fame of currency blunders that reach back far in history.
The study, conducted by linguists at the University of Michigan, found that introverts were more likely to be annoyed by typos
and grammatical mistakes than extroverts.
Dorsey suggested that an edit button would be helpful in fixing typos
, but they have to figure out a way to prevent users from editing all of their tweets from the past which could be a problem.
An extension of the company's flagship product, Kika Keyboard, Voice Board provides smart correction to quickly correct typos
. When users see typos
in the text box, they can just click the replace button and say the word to replace the typo
It seems some finishers of the run, specifically those in the 21K category, were confounded as to why their finisher medals had a typo
. The embossing on the back of the medal read '21KM FINISHE' missing the crucial R at the end of the 'finisher' word.
Years ago, I owned a fabulous collection of newspaper typos
-- ones I knew were legitimate because I clipped them out myself.
Also in October, another typo
in reporting on a Top 49er survey caused a ripple in the Top 49ers and throughout the October print edition--the Top 49ers rankings from 5 to 34 were off one because of an extra 1.
Writers have their own pet peeves -- the dreaded typo
errors, letters missing or added, that lead readers astray and authors embarrassed.
This isn't the first (or last) time typos
will be seen in sports.
Banks in Australia face numerous requests to track down missing money on account of typos
and other simple errors during online transactions.
The religious organization that oversees the handling of the Qoran is furious that some Iranian publishers have sent it off to China to be published and it has come back riddled with typos