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    • Brands can avoid one big mistake newspapers are making

      It breaks my heart, every single time. The public perception of journalism is often a poor one. People tend to think of pushy foot-in-the-door TV reporters berating dole bludgers and dodgy builders or tacky magazines making up stories about royal babies or fat-shaming celebrities. People don’t tend to think about Woodward and Bernstein exposing Watergate, or Boston Globe repor ...

      Lush Digitalin Content- 13 readers -
  • Finally, A Grammar Checker Worth Using!

    …, punctuation, contextual spelling mistakes, and even provide vocabulary improvements. Best of all, Grammarly is a service I can utilize with any platform or software. The Chrome extension covers me regardless of whether I’m writing in WordPress, Tumblr, Medium, Facebook or even just writing a Tweet. If I’m using Word, I can use a Microsoft Office Add…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 11 readers -
  • Word Crimes: The Bastardization of Our Language

    … mention of things they know and love, but doing so within the parameters of proper grammar, punctuation and spelling. “Blurred Lines” was one of 2013’s biggest hits, so sonically borrowing from the song’s producer Pharrell was a good place for Weird Al to start with his latest parody. Peppered with pop culture references like Shiba The Doge, musical…

    Danielle Look/ Relevance- 32 readers -
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