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26 October, 2005

Warning: Mountweazelling in progress

To protect their copyright, it's common practice for reference books such as dictionaries to secretly insert unique, fake entries.  If the same content suddenly appears in a rival publication, the lawyers are called.  The New Yorker discusses the example of the recently published second edition of the New Oxford American Dictionary, and the efforts to identify one of its plagiarist traps.

Point is, I use the same trick right here, especially in the Tull Tour History.

[Via Lifehacker]

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