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Today's Daily Telegraph ran a very small correction on page 35. "A technical error in some editions has produced an incorrect picture on page seven of today's dotcom telegraph. For a correct version, e-mail us on tele.com@telegraph.co.uk."

Naturally, we rushed to page seven to find that Julian Fenely, ex-JP Morgan man and now head of an online direct marketing company, was either a good-looking but feminine man or was Helen James' (now on bank Paribas' online offering) twin brother. We imagine that our copy is one of those "some editions". Incidentally, a technical error means that a sub-editor or art assistant got it in the neck this morning.

We also emailed the Telegraph for a copy to see what the real Julian looks like but we haven't heard back yet. ®

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