Enjoy today's news roundup full of great theories and questions heading into the new year.
Today on the News Roundup: Learn more about the word “shambolic” and how to get past writer’s block. This and other news.
Writer’s Block: What it is and How to Move Past it so You can Write Again: How to deal with the writer’s nemesis. (Freelance Writing Jobs)
Sentence diagramming: A guest post by Dick Hudson (Language Log)
It’s a quiet week in the blogging universe. However, here are a few items for your enjoyment.
Passive blindness in the NYRB: Are you passively confused?(LanguageLog)
A Musical Interlude: For the New Year: Sometimes what youneed is a musical interlude(An American Editor)
Today on the News Roundup: Regional lingusts, pushing the grammar envelope, and embracing the singular plural. This and other news.
Today on the News Roundup: Tips for Print Writers going into the new year. This, and other news.
Today on the News Roundup: Everyone needs a conversation starter. Also, the word of the year.
How to write sample code: Great tips for quick developer’s code. (FFeathers)
The Word of the Year for 2013 is “marriage”: According to the United States Supreme Court. (The Web of Language)
Featured Topic: Technical Freelancing
In today’s News Roundup, we look a bit at freelancing and other ways technical writers can seek work. Also, always keep the action coming.
Featured Topic: Small business and verbage in today’s News Roundup.
Featured Topic: Today’s posts focusing on following APA Style regulations and what makes for a professional editor?
Featured Topic: Does your writing appear to be flamboyantly incompetent when translated? Consider including a native speaker in your final product.
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