The Chicago Manual of Style Online ("the bible of the publishing and research community," so it tells me) features "a Q&A page, where the manuscript editors from the University of Chicago Press interpret the Manual's recommendations and uncoil its intricacies" (via The Chicago Blog).
There's a great little story about the CMS's Q&A at my alma mater's Web site. I went looking to learn more about it and I found your blog entry. Here's a link to that story: http://uchiblogo.uchicago.edu/archives/2009/01/out_of_the_ques.htmlThanks for the link to the Chicago Blog! I didn't realize the Press had their own blog, too. I'll have to add it to my reader.
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