With thanks to Hathor and Btnirn:
3—6 = NI2 pronunciation.
27—Not an erratum, but a helpful note: A can be found in the online MW (www.m-w.com).
In the solution for Nov. X-3, 14A should have eat → manger instead of mangez, since each translation yields a French word that is also a valid English word. Pebbles will accept either answer.
…And that’s all.
With thanks to Deansk, Wrybosh, and Loki-5:
43—The answer should be tagged NI3.
The website's PDF includes one minor change from the printed version, based on information that wasn't available at press time: #89 has been elevated from ambigram to anagram, and deservedly so.
With thanks to Aleph and Wrybosh:
45—WET = phrase usage or NI3 usage.
78—Has a typo: “procedings” should be “proceedings”.
None reported so far.
In Neuromancer’s Con announcement, the WorldFile number for getting a flight discount should be NYUBW, not NYU8W. (Northwest has honored both.)
One May flat has a borderline case of The Error That Cannot Be Named (that is, a word in the solution is repeated in the verse).
In Willz’s Stamford report, Ennirol should be listed as a competitor; she finished 630th. And Mary Tobler should get a * for being a new member.
In the sol for April X-3, “this iz” should be “that iz.”
82 — The third line should be DO-IT-ALONE REG.
With thanks to Geneal, Foggy, and Grendel:
June 1 afternote — Gov. Corzine’s name is Jon, not John.
F-6 — Answer 1 should be tagged NI3.
X-6 — The bottom rows should be centered with the rest of the grid. (Fixed in the online version.)
CF-16 — The C should be above the ES, not the U.
16 — The soap’s title should be Horneando el Pan, not la Pan. This doesn’t affect solving.
No errata reported so far.
22 — “Vamanos” should be “Vámonos.” Doesn't affect solving.
39 — Not an erratum: The *7 enumeration is correct. Look it up.
7 — One answer is based on a popular but incorrect pronunciation of one of the group words.
X-5 — Not an erratum, but a clarification: This puzzle is written in the style of British variety cryptics and reflects the dominant rules in the square-dealing camp there.