Letters to the Editor
—Orin Chein, Professor of Mathematics, CST
March 24, 2010
To the editor:
Thank you for your editorial input in helping me cut the size of my article in half. However, somehow, in the editorial process, an error has appeared which was not in any of my drafts. It seems foolish for me to be upset about a minor mistake such as this, but I pride myself in using the English language properly, and I would not (and, in fact did not) write "invited my wife and I to visit." In fact, I have often corrected some of our colleagues when they have incorrectly used "I" in place of "me" or vice versa, and I am slightly embarrassed that others might think that I don't know the correct usage myself. If possible, I would appreciate an acknowledgement that this was not my error.
The editors apologize for this pronoun snafu.