This is why you never just hit the Accept All Changes button

March 14, 2013

Whenever I write a complicated document, such as my submission to the Select Committee on open access, I get Matt to do an editing pass before I finalise it. That’s always worthwhile, but I have to be careful not to just blindly hit the Accept All Changes button.

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3 Responses to “This is why you never just hit the Accept All Changes button”

  1. Dean Says:

    Hahaha… And they say paleontologists are a dry bunch. :D

  2. Darius Says:

    lol
    anyone saying paleontologists have no humour haven’t read this blog in general and this post in particular.


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