here. Current Times obit online here, but the original did run in print. But why was that stroganoff so "mean"? And they didn't even publish a recipe.
UPDATE Interesting mini-backlash, as some express unhappiness--again via Twitter--that the Times would give in so easy to readers' complaints when story was not in error. Also, takes creativity away from writers--will fear that they can't try unusual approaches. And more. Typical tweet: "I am conflicted here; I think the new lead is better, but admit the idea of writing by popular consent spooks me." Your thoughts?
Greg Mitchell's book "So Wrong For So Long,"
on media misconduct and the Iraq war, was published this month in an updated
edition and for the first time as an e-book.
Saturday, March 30, 2013
'NYT' Caves on 'Beef Stroganoff'
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