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Typing Errors

@inproceedings{Liebowitz2008TypingE,
  title={Typing Errors},
  author={S. Liebowitz},
  year={2008}
}
  • S. Liebowitz
  • Published 2008
  • Like a modern horror movie villain who keeps coming back from the dead, a false story can take on a life of its own: Eskimos have hundreds of words for snow, Millard Fillmore ordered the first bathtub for the White House, that sort of thing. Even after they are shown to be false, some stories are repeated, embellished, and occasionally built into entire belief systems. These fictions may ordinarily be little more than curiosities or mere affronts to our concern for the truth. But our concern… CONTINUE READING
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