It is unbelievable that in this age when Wikipedia and Dictionary are essentially a click away, I find educated, smart people misspell the name of one of the most iconic figures of modern times. People it is Gandhi, not Ghandi.
Sitting in my room on a Saturday morning, with the intermittent sounds of car wheels, bird calls, the washing machine and the pages of the weekend newspaper being flipped in the next room, this wonderful article from the NYTimes transports you to a place where an attempt is being made to preserve the sounds of the natural world for future generations.
Not-so-subtle marketing ploy or real mistake? You make the call…
The source: The Poke