The blog, whose author calls himself MacGuffin, has in 18 months amassed almost 4,000 Twitter followers and posted over 800 entries chronicling corrections, errors, and general unpleasantness in British newspapers.
And he’s not alone. There are at least 10 active blogs that mostly or solely write about the UK media and its mistakes. The best-known are probably Tabloid Watch, Five Chinese Crackers, Angry Mob and Enemies of Reason, but several others have started in the last few months. Some are daily, some irregular; some focus on a particular area, others are general. Most are anonymous, and none are written by professional journalists.
You can read the whole article, including a small contribution from me, here.