02/28/12 News Roundup
In today’s News Roundup we examine important questions: Should copyeditors participate in LinkedIn groups? Does the subjunctive matter? And which marketer do we take to task over Grillstravaganziculuraristiclyishous?
LinkedIn enthusiast and editor Ruth Thaler-Carter looks at the positives and negatives of using LinkedIn in “The Business of Editing: Are Editors to LinkedIn Like Oil Is to Water?” (An American Editor
More great articles
- “Sometimes the Subjunctive Matters. That Won’t Stop It Dying”: When only a few people notice a language distinction, that distinction may become extinct. (Motivated Grammar)
- “Semicolons Are Recess Periods”: The semicolon is like neither the colon or period that make it up. (Sesquiotica)
- “Today’s Word: Grillstravaganziculuraristiclyishous”: Some new words should be forgotten as soon as possible. Including this one. (Logophilius)
- “Morays/Mores: Entry for Friday, February 24, 2012”: Clearing the air about this word pair. (Common Errors in English Usage Daily Entry)