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Should copyediting be part of your social media strategy?

November 8, 2012

I’ll admit it: I’m a grammar nazi. When I see a poorly punctuated tweet, I cringe, and when I see a blog post with a comma splice in the title, I want to tear my hair out. I’ve fantasized about a supper club for copy editors — the folks like me and my husband, who [...]

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Where are you at?

November 25, 2010

I have become so habituated to referring to people in my tweets as @robcottingham, @morganbrayton, @kk etc. that I’m starting to think of “at” as part of my friends’ names. You know, the way Spanish names often include “de la” or Hebrew names include a “Ben” this or that. I’m anticipating the day, perhaps not [...]

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The Devolving Meaning of Social Media

November 15, 2010

The headline in yesterday’s New York Times business section was instantly exciting: "Kleiner Perkins and Partners Create $250 Million ‘Social’…

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