Re: [mlathemods] Re: New file uploaded to mlathemods
- I wrote that little note about the "Ents" as I suffered from dislexia, I have no problems with speech, but real problems with spelling maniacs. I can usually spot spelling mistakes that other people make, but never my own. If your dashing of a note to somebody, whilst trying to do a million things at once it is not the end of the world if it's not perfect. There is nobody that doesn't have weak points! I think that David is doing his best to resolve a complicated issue of copyright and our desire for information. Maybe we could just leave it there!
Pete <turbo2pete@...> wrote:"It is a tool to be used for basic quick spell checking."
Great! we're on the same page then!
once again, sorry for the rant, and I absolutely was not aiming it at
your magazine (I've never seen a copy yet) just my observations over
the last couple years here.
As for the U.S. vs. UK "dependent/dependan t" thing... BOTH *Should*
be used here in the u.s. as well as the UK, Myself I can never
remember which is for which... I just let my fingers go autopilot
mostly.... but I do think that there is a lot of deficiency in the
states in our educational system.
I have several friends who are teachers with Masters degrees, who
can't do simple math! (I majored in music education myself) Which
just gives me fits! (My best friend and I used to correct our algebra
professor all the time... finally got her fired :-/ )
Anyway, again thanks for your presence here, you do seem to have the
right attitude in all this!
--- In mlathemods@yahoogro ups.com, David Clark
<david.anthony. clark@... > wrote:
> Hi There
> I am not dependant on spell check.
> It is a tool to be used for basic quick
> spell checking. All articles are checked
> and double checked. They are then checked
> again about a week later and finally proof read.
> If I went through this procedure to write an e-mail
> it would take to long.
> The beleive believe problem is in the
> e-mail program Eudora.
> I usually do spot errors with no problem.
> I did one this morning where course had
> been used instead of coarse.
> Course thread instead of coarse thread.
> There should not have happened.
> I do know the difference and it would not
> happen in an article.
> regards David
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