National Review’s tweet linking to its story about the death of Stuart Scott features an image of John J. Miller, who is the author of the story, instead of Scott.

https://twitter.com/NRO/status/551803970621308929/

It happens. Unfortunately for NRO, it didn’t go unnoticed.

Exactly. As we know, the world of online publishing and tweeting can sometimes be tricky.

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