What It Is (posts below left; rate sheet, client list, other stuff below right)
My name is Bob Land. I am a full-time freelance editor, proofreader, and occasional indexer. This blog is my website.
You'll find my rate sheet and client list here, as well as musings on the life of a freelancer; editing, proofreading, and indexing concerns and issues; my ongoing battles with books and production; and the occasional personal revelation.
Feel free to contact me directly with additional questions: email@example.com.
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Friday, November 25, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Coke to Drop Snow-White Holiday Can
Monday, November 21, 2011
Stop it, you're killing me.
Sunday, November 20, 2011
So, everyone else . . . please enjoy this. If I've posted it before, well, it deserves a second hearing.
Saturday, November 19, 2011
"The theme stemmed from the idea that decadence could serve as an exciting inspiration for examining [insert anything here] in a broader context."
Friday, November 18, 2011
Thursday, November 17, 2011
I feel like I've aged a lot since the photo at the bottom of this page. I certainly look it. I guess that photo was taken a little more than two years ago. If I were to shave off the snow-white beard I now have, that would probably help, but that would mean walking around looking (even more) like a bum most days of the week, as keeping clean-shaven is way down on the list of priorities.
Anyway, I was checking Feedjit and came across It's Been Jessified. Thanks to Jess, whoever she is, for at least starting off my day right today. She listed this blog among a few editing blogs she recommends. For each of the other blogs, she has some statement about the blog's purpose. Not for this one. Instead, her comment attached to the link for my blog reads, "I have just spent all my free time today reading the entirety of this blog." She stopped posting back in 2010 sometime, but at the time I guess the educational or entertainment value of this blog was enough to hold her attention, or at least I didn't receive a ticking package in the mail.
Heaven knows I waste too much time on the Internet reading comments and opinions and musings from perspectives that I loathe, although I don't spend all day at it.
Anyway, I'm elbows deep in wrapping up a huge, complex proofreading project. At least the topic is sort of interesting. The book should be beautiful when published, and if history is any indication, I'll receive a comp copy. Thanks, New Haven.
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Saturday, November 5, 2011
[Bibliographic entry] Lalita, G. Tĕlugulo cāṭu-kavitvam. Vijayavada: Kwality Publishers, 1981.