Any one proofreading VC???
Just got my first issue as a subscriber; the March/April one. It commemorates being the 100th issue as well. The articles are interesting, the photographs excellent and typically well reproduced. But boy was I shocked at the number of typos and just plain unintelligible writing. The most egregious article was by John Thomas titled: Zen and the Botanical: The Art of James Lattanzio. Typos abound (including names like Avendon for Avedon), sentences are skewed and, in one case unintelligible, and there is one instance of a random phrase just sitting there without a verb.
I like the magazine. I will continue to read it and subscribe. I am just astonished that a publication read by 16,000 people is so sloppily presented. Steve, if you read this, please get someone to check the articles for errors that no student in a competent high school would be allowed to get away with. It's just plain embarassing!