First off... I'm about halfway through the book and just need to reiterate every other acclaim you've received so far, Jim. This is a truly remarkable book. Already, a dozen or so fundamental questions that have nagged at me over the years have been answered and I'm only through the first three sections.
I also loved the quote above because I have consistently felt that yours might be the best copy-edited books I've ever read. Every time (literally every time) I think I've come across a typo or syntax error, I go back and realize that it was my reading eye that made the mistake and not the writer.
So, I figured it might be helpful to start a list here so that those of us who are reading this book with the closeness that I would assume anyone on these forums will approach it, can post the one or two errata we might run across to prep for its inevitable second printing sometime in the near future.
Funnily enough, the one that I ran across was on the same page as the quote
p.134, paragraph 6, line 3: "clockwise beginning in the east" should be counterclockwise.
(Unless, of course, this is one of your remaining blinds... In which case, delete this immediately
Go in all ways contrary to the world.