TEAL? No, not the color. The Typo Eradication Advancement League are featured in the Chicago tribune. God forbid they come here, they'll kick my ass for god knows how many stray apostrophes and errors that we've managed to throw about here over the years. I'm sorry, so so sorry.... Hey, what are you going to do with that jar of Wite-Out®? Leave my screen alone!
Picture a pair of Kerouacs armed with Sharpies and erasers and righteous indignation—holding back a flood of mixed metaphors and spelling mistakes and extraneous punctuation so commonplace we rarely notice it anymore. But they are 28 and idealistic. Graduates of Dartmouth College, they are old friends with a schoolmarm's irritation at conspicuous errors, and despite their mild and somewhat nerdy exteriors, they have serious nerve. Deck lives outside Boston; Herson lives outside Washington. And together, they are TEAL—the Typo Eradication Advancement League—and they are between jobs.