If you want to be legit, how do you note corrections in a post. According to my lynda.com tutorials, making changes to an entry once it is posted is bad form. I guess I can understand why, especially if you have important things to say and people read you, a goal to which I might some day aspire.
But I noticed this morning a “harmless” insignificant error in a post. I wrote “shame” when I intended “sham”. So I corrected it. Then I saw an incorrect date: 2018 not 2016. I quickly checked the minimum wage source I was writing about and 2016 was correct. So I just corrected it. I believe I was told that you use strike-through text to show what has been changed. So I did that to the date, but I didn’t do that to “Shame”.
I don’t really proof these posts, perhaps I should.
Now, after you scroll through this blog searching for the corrected post, you might find something engaging and thoughtful to read. When you do, tell me and all your friends and family about it. Post it to Facebook, Twitter, and maybe your own blog, too.