Check out A Comic Directed at Curmudgeons by rogersgeorge. Here is an excerpt: Okay, I get the message. Good thing it doesn’t apply to me—I never correct anyone’s grammar unasked, except in this blog. Of course, you’re welcome to ask… The full article is available here.
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How to Write Dialogue Unique to Your Characters Source by chmiller6.
Check out Who and That by rogersgeorge. Here is an excerpt: Here’s the rule: “Who” refers to people, “that” refers to everything else. So you say, The person who sits next to me stinks. Not The person that sits next to me stinks. Okay, maybe you shouldn’t say either sentence, but you get the idea. […]
Check out Using styles to set spell-check options in Word by Mike Pope<[email protected]>. Here is an excerpt: There are many reasons to use styles in Word, as I’ve noted before. One feature I find handy is using styles that have different spell-check options for different types of text. I’ll explain a couple of examples: one […]
Four Types of Book Editing – Writers Write Source by foreverda.
Check out The importance of audience, or, how to scale a tech writing team by Sarah Maddox. Here is an excerpt: A recent experience brought home to me how important it is to take account of the audience of a document. It also showed me how a well-tailored doc can help people perform tasks that […]
Check out Conference recap: STC Summit 2018 by Jake Campbell. Here is an excerpt: I’ve been working at Scriptorium for almost four years, but last week was my first opportunity to attend a conference. I spent a good amount of time on the exhibit hall floor, but I was also able to attend presentation sessions. […]
Personal Statements. #PersonalStatementSample #StatementofPurposeExample #statementofpurposetemplate. Find out more: getscholar.com/… Source by getscholarcom.
Check out When the censors come by Larry Kunz. Here is an excerpt: Remember when a British Library patron was barred from reading Hamlet because an “overly sensitive” Wi-Fi filter decided the play was too violent? The press reported the story incredulously, focusing more on the folly of using faulty software than on any actual […]