Into every copywriter’s life a few typos must fall. Heaven knows I have committed my share. Typos, however, are nothing new. In 1631, British royal printers Robert Barker and Martin Lewis omitted a word from their new edition of the Bible. The omission, presumably an accident, liberalized the Seventh Commandment by rendering it thus: “Thou shalt commit adultery.” Despite the new version’s potential appeal, the printers lost their license and were slapped with a £300 fine.