The New York Times was right on the internet, and then wrong on the internet, and is now right again but was wrong about something else. On the internet.

The New York Times said:

A correction in this space on Feb. 12 about an article on hip-hop in China misstated the family name of the director of Acupuncture Records, who commented on the constraints faced by some musicians in China. As the article correctly stated, she is Wong Miao (not Wang Miao). The correction also misidentified the kind of music Acupuncture Records produces. It is electronic, not hip-hop. (Go to Correction)

That was confusing.

The New York Times was right on the internet, and then wrong on the internet, and then right again but wrong about something else, all on the internet.

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