My beloved, feisty friend Paul Brodeur wrote an incisive, thought-provoking article in the Huffington Post. The article concerned the failure of the fact-checking department at The New Yorker to properly attribute a quote from the late Nobel Prize-winning chemist F. Sherwood Rowland. Paul had reason to make an issue of this failure on The New Yorker's part to do the right thing: the quote has been taken word-for-word from an article Paul himself wrote for The New Yorker. Read the article here. Even the greats screw up. Looks like The New Yorker ought to do the gracious thing and acknowledge their error--and properly attribute Paul.