Despite the occasional hilarious result, the trend in blaming 'auto-correct' is far from funny, and has quickly devolved into being a crutch for lazy people who cannot be bothered to pay attention to details.
When you spend your days in an occupation where even the (seemingly) tiniest details can make or break a project - then you try to do whatever you can to dissuade people from thinking that they can take a 'laissez faire' attitude when it comes to dealing with you.
I will obviously take into account if someone is attempting to slip me a piece of information in the middle of a meeting, while driving, etc., in order to give me the fastest possible heads up - but not if they insist on constantly sending apocryphal messages that can be interpreted several different ways (which is almost certainly their attempt at reiterating something that someone told them, but which they didn't actually understand well enough to know that there were important details that needed to make their way through the game of 'telephone' intact).
In short - I always go back to communication as the key to everything. When people are too busy (which happens - trust me, I know), lazy, scared, or simply don't understand the importance of communication or passing along accurate information, then everybody suffers.
Oh yeah - and fuck the people who continue to labor under the delusion that Revit in any way eliminates the need for communication and coordination between disciplines.
In fact - fuck 'em twice.