piatkow - 4:06 pm on Jul 15, 2011 (gmt 0)
First rule of proof reading - you always see what you meant to write not what is actually on the page.
A formal proof reading by a second person should be standard for any document regardless of publication medium.
Its the old story, there are established quality controls for "old" media but they are always disregarded when the medium changes. I have seen it in every aspect of quality assurance (From formal QA procedures established in mainframe days being ignored for client server through to not proof reading a web page because it isn't on paper)