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adarkally Started conversation Dec 11, 2007
I just read the fantastic entry on Midnight Oil... what do I do if I notice something that doesn't seem quite right? In this case, it could be a Britishism that my U.S. vernacular doesn't absorb:
"'Too Much Sunshine' is a thinly-veiled attack on apathy sat to a basic, loud guitar track and 'Been Away Too Long' is a passionate ode to homecoming. It was a final, and fitting triumph."
I think the "attack on apathy" should be "set to ..."? And I also wondered about the phrasing (from memory, about a biography) along the lines of 'due to be released/published in 2005.' Was it? If so, wouldn't it make sense to update this? Or, is there a protocol concerning not changing entries once they're written, so as to preserve the time period in which they were written?
Thanks. I wanted to ask more discretely but there's no functionality for private messages, eh? That's ok; I'm an advocate for public learning - even it if is occasionally embarrassing. :-o
Skankyrich [?] Posted Dec 29, 2007
I came across this thread while wondering what had happened to me old mate Schreck, so please pardon my intrusion
I've corrected those mistakes now; Entries can indeed be constantly updated, and thanks for pointing out the time-lapse and the spelling mistake. You can let us know about any such errors at <./>Feedback-Editorial</.>, and Curators such as I will correct them straight away.
See, public threads ain't so bad, eh?
adarkally Posted Dec 31, 2007
Thanks for taking the feedback lightly!
Public forums are , most definitely. I confess I was trying to duck the limelight but only cuz I've stumbled across it (badly) so many times before!
See ya 'round the joint...
Skankyrich [?] Posted Jan 1, 2008
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