Wonder if there is any Quality Assurance system for newspaper publishing. I tot got somebody to do checking and sign it. Got editors and sub-editors and so forth. Or is there something called ISO Quality Certification and all that crap.
After all, unlike daily newspaper with tight dateline, Digital Life not that rushed at all.
Maybe, their CEO should do something about it.
Somehow, I notice that quality assurance seems to be more stringent and applied almost universally for physical products. Less so for services and other non-physical stuff. Publishing is one of them. Another example is office procedure. Like after you have written something or done something on your PC, do you check it over before clicking on Send or Submit? It is SOP for me.