In case number one, the Fallston softball team's coaching staff sent its preview information to me via e-mail two weeks ago. Last Wednesday night, about 16 hours before the softball preview was due, I started plugging in all the data that I had received, including Fallston's, and the preview was completed. I went to bed happy that I'd turned something in earlier than five minutes before deadline. Easy enough, except that on Friday afternoon I got an e-mail from a parent asking why Jessica Moore, a senior who has been on the Fallston varsity team since her freshman year, was not included in the preview. I scrambled back through my inbox and found the e-mail, saying to myself, "her name wasn't in there, right? You'd have seen it if it was." Wrong. The e-mail's text, though it looked normal on first inspection, included Moore's name, but it had been pushed all the way to the side of the page. As a reporter, I should have been more careful, but I'm going to blame the oversight on technology. Jessica, I'm sorry your name was left out.