Be on the lookout Wednesday when Time magazine names its annual, overhyped "Person of the Year."
Don't worry. They aren't going to honor us again. By "us," I mean "you."
Remember? Time named "You" - online users - as the POY for 2006. I'm laying down my money this year on
Sen. Larry Craig Al Gore.
Meanwhile, for today's Best of the "Best-of" lists:
Here are just two examples of the top media corrections of the year:
(1) From Independent Saturday (UK) magazine:
"Following the portrait of Tony and Cherie Blair published on 21 April in the Independent Saturday magazine, Ms Blair’s representatives have told us that she was friendly with but never had a relationship with Carole Caplin of the type suggested in the article. They want to make it clear, which we are happy to do, that Ms Blair 'has never shared a shower with Ms Caplin, was not introduced to spirit guides or primal wrestling by Ms Caplin (or anyone else), and did not have her diary masterminded by Ms Caplin.' ”
(2) And, back in the U.S., Slate magazine:
In the May 25 “Explainer,” Michelle Tsai asserted that an eight ball is about 10 lines of cocaine. While the size of a line depends on personal preference, most users would divide an eight ball into more than 25 lines.