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It happens, as you know, that I make mistakes, and I’ve just made one.

I write posts as ideas cross my mind, and I save them as drafts until I decide to publish them. It can happen that I accidentally hit the ‘publish’ button when really I want to save an idea as a draft.

That’s what happened a few minutes ago. I accidentally published ‘Nobody Has An Ego’ before it was ready to go. Some people will have received an email without an active link to the post, because I immediately withdrew it.

I’m sorry for my mistake, but you’ll have to wait for the finished post.

4 Responses to “Oops!”

  1. This might seem egotistic, but where is the post on the Ego?
    Do you think we should say ‘egoistic’? There’s just a ‘t’ difference.

  2. I had to laugh – looked for post on the ego, but it wasn’t there…..very subtle, good one Barry, even tho it might have been indadvertent! : )

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