Check out “S” not for Plural? by rogersgeorge. Here is an excerpt:

Not much of a lesson today, but slightly autobiographical.

I think, and have thought so for years, that “-s” being the ending on a singular verb is a little incongruous (weird), since it’s also the usual ending on plural nouns. I frequently see people whose first language isn’t English get this…

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Check out Thoughts on a remote Write the Docs meetup by Sarah Maddox. Here is an excerpt:

On Wednesday this week, the Write the Docs (WtD) Australia group held a meetup entirely in cyberspace. Or, in the cloud, remote, virtual… whatever you’d like to call it. ? Here are some thoughts on the experience.

Huge kudos to Swapnil Ogale for thinking up the idea of holding a remote meetup,…

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Check out Yesterday’s Difficult Article Has Some Things Right, Too by rogersgeorge. Here is an excerpt:

The article I criticized in the previous post has its share of good examples, too. The article is by Dan Geer from the Hoover Institute; it’s 20 pages of difficult reading about computer security, but it’s good if you’re into that sort of thing. Here’s the sentence that a lot of people get…

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Check out MadWorld 2018 Speaker Spotlight: Kearsty Dunlap Schneider on Creating a Road Map for New Users by Rachel Kim. Here is an excerpt:

In just a couple of weeks, technical writers and documentation strategists will gather in San Diego for MadWorld 2018, the premier technical communication and content strategy conference. They’ll be joined by our lineup of speakers, ready to deliver their deep …

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