Argo joins Downton and Lincoln with its anachronisms. Also in today’s News Roundup: It’s may replace its; tips on what to charge clients; answers to questions about getting started in copyediting; and proofreading software for your smartphone.
“Current Events: Argo Anachronisms”: Downton and Lincoln aren’t the only entertainment to have modern language mixed in with historic. (Prochronisms)
More great articles
- “Its Time”: Will it’s replace its? (Language Corner)
- “Business Matters: The Freelancer’s Biggest Worry—Am I Losing Money When I Bid?”: Three tips for charging clients fairly. (STC’s Notebook)
- “Q & A for People Looking to Be a Proofreader”: Answers to some common questions about getting started in copyediting and proofreading. (Kateproof)
- “Ginger Software Brings Its Proofreading Keyboard to Android to Let You Fix Typos and Grammar in Any App”: Ensure that your messages and posts are correct, every time. (TechCrunch)