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January 19, 2011

'The Charming Quirks of Others': A review in the Jan. 2 Arts & Books section of Alexander McCall Smith's novel "The Charming Quirks of Others," the latest in his Isabel Dalhousie series, referred to Isabel's fiance, Jamie, as a cellist. He is a bassoonist.

IPhone movie: A Jan. 15 article in Calendar about South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook's use of an Apple iPhone 4 to shoot his latest short film, "Paranmanjang," said the English title for the project was "Ups and Downs." Although this is the direct translation for paranmanjang, the film's makers are calling the project "Night Fishing." The article also said Park added "a series of more sophisticated cameras for the scope and close-ups he sought." The filmmakers added different lenses, not cameras.

Steve Jobs: In the Jan. 18 Section A, a graphic with an article about the latest health scare for Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs said he missed his customary speech at Macworld in December 2008. Macworld was held in January 2009.

Diabetes drinks: An article in the Jan. 17 Health & Wellness section on alternative remedies that purport to help diabetics regulate their blood sugar said the price of one of the beverages, Sugar Crush, is $89.95 a bottle when purchased online. Although that is the price at some websites, it can be purchased from the website of its maker, NaturEra, for $65 a bottle.

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