March 11, 2008 by Tracey S. Rosenberg
Every so often, I yearn to start a blog about bad grammar. I would call it Grammar Shame (unless someone else got to the name first) and post all sorts of photos about the bad grammar and spelling I see in my daily life. But I never start it, for three important reasons:
a) It would depress me a lot.
b) Probably someone else already does it and has a snazzy web design.
c) I would have to figure out how to get all these photos off my phone.
But NPR has a story about Jeff Deck, a guy who started the Typo Eradication Advancement League, and who is my new hero.
Jeff is keeping a blog of his travels around the country.
I wonder how he will feel at the end of four months of correcting typos.
I wonder whether his tireless work will make any difference.
But mostly, I wonder how he gets his photos off his phone.