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Tag Archives: writing
In trying to find the right words, we often find ourselves tripping over our own tongues as part of what I’d like to call the White Guy Linguistic Jig. But finding a way to keep in step can add so much value and meaning to the words we write. Continue reading →
The fallout from two online sources who chose to tie in their product to Amy Winehouse’s death shows the dangers inherent in social networking when it comes to an inability to convey nuance. Continue reading →
How the use of swearing can diminish your argument, why today’s kids don’t seem to understand that, and how George Carlin identified this over 20 years ago. Continue reading →
Why Tweeting, posting Facebook updates, and blog posts are not indicative of an increase in societal narcissism, but rather society’s long-entrenched desire to express itself combined with accessibility. Continue reading →
An explanation of why those of us involved in media and business communications are so bothered by the ones that got away, and an explanation of how mistakes sometimes happen. Continue reading →