Join 3,421 readers in helping fund MetaFilter (Hide)

Tags:

Details magazine copyediting test
July 22, 2005 8:37 AM   Subscribe

Four or five years ago on the last page of The New Yorker was a spoof Details magazine copyediting test. I've lost my copy of it and can't find it anywhere online. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of it?
posted by smich to Media & Arts (3 answers total)
 
The library? The online access I have to The New Yorker here has full text [i.e. pdf's of pages] going back to Jan. 2002. If it was before that, then you can only get abstracts online [at least with the databases I have access to], and I'm not sure if they do abstracts of the back page stuff. Was it an illustration? Are you sure it was Details Magazine? Do you remember what was on the cover, because that might help narrow down which issue we're looking for.
posted by jessamyn at 11:13 AM on July 22, 2005


I don't remember what was on the cover or much else about it. It would have been from sometime in early 2000, if I remember correctly. And it was definitely Details—making fun of the writing in the magazine. Guess I'll head to my local library to see if it's available there. I was hopeful that it'd be available online.
posted by smich at 12:12 PM on July 22, 2005


It should be in The Complete New Yorker DVD-ROM set (available September 2005)...
posted by mbrubeck at 7:53 AM on July 23, 2005


« Older Is anyone using Sonic Foundry'...   |  Itty-bitty-fly-filter: Every y... Newer »
This thread is closed to new comments.