Spell-Check Software Co. Has Spelling Problems

Posted: Jul 26 2006, 1:44pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 6:01pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
Spell-Check Software Co. Has Spelling Problems
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You've just got to love these ironic corporate snafus. Just like H&R Block messing up on their own taxes, there's a company that makes spell-checking software that released a press release with a very noticeable typo.

TextTrust, a site that will run spell checks throughout your Web page, had to run a corrected version of the press release because of this seemingly uncomprehendable segment: "the 16 million we (sic) pages it has spell checked over the past year."The PR consultant who wrote the press release, surprisingly still working for the company, had this to say: "I made the mistake, not TextTrust -- they do a much better job, It's certainly egg on the face of this public relations person."

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