01/22/13 News Roundup
It’s a new year. What measurements will help you run your business best, freelancers? Also in today’s News Roundup: compared to vs compared with; how to say no; unusual words in The Wall Street Journal; and proving an argument with personal preference.
“The Business of Editing: New Year, New Books”: It may take time to track numbers valuable to your business, but it’s time well spent. (An American Editor)
More great articles
- “Compared To vs Compared With”: The line between this confusables pair is blurry. (Grammar Underground)
- “How to Be a Class Act When Saying No to Clients”: We all have to say no to clients once in a while. How do it without losing those clients. (Marie Forleo)
- “Week in Words”: This week’s words include quantified self, peak car, and gers. (The Wall Street Journal)
- “Do You Want to Cheese Off Jen Doll?”: Who needs logic when we can argue personal preferences to say something’s wrong? (You Don’t Say)