In the past, it would annoy me. I use to think people were lazy. But, then I discovered that sometimes the error is an electronic error. For instance, there was an incident when I typed up a document in MS Word. I spell checked it and verified grammar. I was a technical writer at a computer company at the time (new on the job) so I had to get it right. When I saw that everything was good to send, I published it. Lo and behold, there was a typographical error. Imagine my embarrassment when the engineers and everyone in the department saw that. I knew that I had painstakingly double and triple-checked everything. Then one of the engineers took me aside and said, “Don’t worry about it. It happens sometimes and there’s not a thing you can do.” The engineer went on to explain what happened. I can’t explain it in techno talk (like he did), but he explained that, since information is transported in encrypted mode and whatnot, glitches can happen at the final end of that transport. Sure enough, when I went back to look at my MS Word document, the MS Word document was perfectly fine. But, the document that was put up on SharePoint had a couple of “glitches”. Now, I spell check and then I read and correct the document at the other end, as well. When I don’t do that, then I’m being lazy. Just know that sometimes, you're going to send or receive electronic communication with errors. That's par for the course of electronic communication. That person who sent that email with typos may have been diligent about checking for errors, but you received the email and thought, "That's just lazy." I'm just saying, 'Maybe... maybe not.'