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AP Stylebook Twitter Gaffe: Google Pus

AP Stylebook’s Twitter account, @APStylebook, posted an amusing gaffe yesterday: AP Style tip: circles: central organizing principle of Google Pus. Users group each other into circles to control who can see their posts. In case you missed it, that’s “pus”

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Happy National Grammar Day!

March forth on March 4 to celebrate National Grammar Day! How have you celebrated this glorious day? This year Mignon Fogarty, affectionately known as Grammar Girl, has gracefully taken on the role as the host for National Grammar Day. National

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Today is National Grammar Day!

Happy National Grammar Day! In honor of this glorious day I’d like to introduce you to the recipients of the 2008 SPOGG Awards. (SPOGG stands for The Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar, started by Martha Brockenbrough.) So, without

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Just you wait

Oooh, boy. Have I got some posts for you. We’re talking about some doozies! Between typos in grocery stores and e-mail inquiries from people who obviously aren’t reading my website before they send me e-mail… I’ve got about half a

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Happy National Grammar Day!

Today is National Grammar Day! The Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG) and MSN Encarta have designated March 4, 2008 as National Grammar Day. How can you participate? Here’s what Martha Brockenbrough, founder of the National Grammar Day

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