Friday, September 30, 2011

Quality Vs Price Point

This news is certainly pertinent to our recent discussions here around copyediting where we talked about number and kinds of errors. The next obvious question: Is there a price point at which you expect better quality?

I found it interesting that the Galleycat article never names the publisher who was responsible for the errors, just the author who had no control over the final product and the distributor who sent out replacement copies. Can you see a journalist not mentioning the manufacturer of a car that's been recalled? Just an observation ...

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