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Thursday, November 10, 2005
A royal pain in the tuckus: Don Luskin has spent the last month-plus annoying the beejeezus out of New York Times public editor Byron Calame in an attempt to get corrections appended to the the Paul Krugman "Gore won" columns in the Times' database. It took more than a month, but now the acknowledgement of Krugman's errors are attached for posterity.

I'm somewhat surprised, but former Times public editor Daniel Okrent, on the whole, did a much better job at challenging the status quo at the paper and really addressing public concerns. Calame, despite his resume, has certainly been a step down.

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Calame, despite his resume, has certainly been a step down. Being a step down was probably his chief qualification for the job.
 
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