There’s only a few of you, but I’m curious: do you get an email with the original version of a post the second it’s uploaded on DoctorDi, or do you receive corrected and/or updated versions too? The reason I ask is that I occasionally make mistakes in the rush of typing the draft – an accidental ‘your’ instead of ‘you’re’ in today’s post, for example – and I hate the idea of people receiving posts with these sloppy typos and outright errors in them. I like correcting posts once they’re up because I find the full screen sooo much easier to read than the small text box I get for drafting – the same box I’m using now, and let me tell you, its miniscule dimensions leave a lot to be desired – but I worry this means subscribers (very important folk who deserve my absolute best) end up getting the rawest deal of the lot. Is this what happens? I fear it is. So to those of you out there who do subscribe to DoctorDi, may I just say SORRY, I do correct posts after the fact for the reason stated above, but I do seriously regret that you see the work in the rough. I may have to change my modus operandi, because this is just the sort of thing that keeps me up at night.