I received from the reporter I spoke to regarding the story on Web logs in the local paper a prompt and courteous reply to the email I sent noting my questioning of the quotations attributed to me.
I assure you, if you were misquoted, it was not deliberate. I have that quote in my notes, but perhaps I misheard you or misunderstood you or just had trouble keeping up, as you were speaking quickly. I'm very sorry if I inadvertently misrepresented your remarks. I've never been accused of this before so I can promise you it is not a common problem for me. If you would like us to run some sort of clarification, please let me know what the quote should have said.
I replied indicating that I don't feel a correction serves much purpose, although I appreciate the offer. I said that unless the reporter objected, I'd note the reply here and leave it at that.