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Grammar rocks!

Does anyone out there remember the awesome-ness of the 70s (yes, I know "awesome-ness" isn't a word)? I was pretty young so I don't remember much, but one thing definitely stands out: School House Rock. Could these little animated ditties...

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Comma mistakes

First things first: I have a writing business, but I have no intention of being the grammar/punctuation police. My interest is in helping companies tell compelling stories about their business, not strictly regulating the placement of every period, comma and...

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What do you know?

I'm not the only one who hates "at the end of the day." Thanks to Matt for calling my attention to today's Wired blog posting, which lists the 10 most irritating phrases in the English language according to University of...

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“F” is for Fast

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently published a fascinating article about the way people read web content. Among some of the findings: People tend to read in a pattern similar to a capital letter "F" - they'll read the first...

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Lost in Translation

I just came across a great article on the IABC site about the importance of simplifying the English language when communicating with non-native English speakers. This seems particularly relevant for global companies, whose workforce may all speak English but wouldn't...

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