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Being there teaches you to think quickly, edit yourself, and not get too precious about your own work.
We just saw an edit of one called, “Doug Becomes A Feminist,” and I just really enjoyed watching it.
But after a while, the edit wars ended, and the article no longer had Einstein going to Albania.
WardsWiki (as it became known) allowed anyone to edit and contribute, without even needing a password.
The result was a new content management application that allowed users to edit and contribute to a Web page.
He showed how the state might print and bind and distribute, while men in "free associations" might edit and publish.Love's Pilgrimage|Upton Sinclair
Only I wonder why you edit his book if it's like that, you know.Tristram of Blent|Anthony Hope
He would edit a paper, comprehensive in its scope, and liberal in its views.Mr. Opp|Alice Hegan Rice
There are persons, indeed, who would like to edit such songs and stories especially for the use of children.The Sexual Life of the Child|Albert Moll
I had hoped to meet him some day, to draw out his confidences, perchance to edit his memoirs.