staff writer Marcus Wohlsen is sorry. In a recent article
, he quoted Dropbox co-founder Drew Houston as saying "anyone with nipples." In fact, what Houston said was "anyone with a pulse." Wohlsen regrets the error.
Wohlsen further admits, "I heard what I thought I heard - then I thought I heard it again ... aaaaaand I was wrong."
The two phrases do sound similar, if you mumble a bit. [poynter.org
Norway's VGTV is conducting (or probably has by now conducted) a 30-hour interview with author/chess-player/historian/politician Hans Olav Lahlum, aiming to set a record for the longest interview ever. The station is hoping that people will really start tuning in as the interviewer and interviewee grow progressively more sleep-deprived. Because the Norwegians, you see, are big fans of "Slow TV." Previous hits have included a documentary on firewood and a 134-hour live broadcast of a boat trip. [Wall Street Journal