Spot-on likes to pride itself – and why not, we say – on being ahead of the curve. Today, we bring you two great examples along with a preview of our holiday offerings for those of you still at the office.
And Christopher Brauchli took note of some edits – that’s the more polite phrase – to a Smithsonian Institution exhibit on climate change. The Washington Post had more on this, bearing out Brauchli’s suspicions, earlier this week.
We’ll be taking some time off this week but you’ll be able to enjoy a few of our holiday treats – have a look at the column on the right for holiday specials coming from Deborah Klosky, Mike Spinney and Jeanne Jackson. And don’t forgot to check out Kevin Week’s pointers – although, honestly, by now you’ve blown through the first one – on T-day preparation.
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