If you're in the communications world, you may already have an organizational "style guide" for design elements. These often specify the fonts, colors, logo specifications, and other design components that need to be consistent across all of your materials. Editorial style guides focus on consistency of the written and spoken word.Read More
Do you find yourself perplexed about when to use "whom" vs. "who"?
Are you more concerned about the fate of "whom" than the Mayweather-McGregor smackdown scheduled for August 26?
Do you own a tee-shirt like the one shown above?
If you've answered yes to any of these questions, please read on. Otherwise, there's plenty of other megafights you can read about.Read More
Going to college in St Andrews, Scotland, was a privilege in so many ways, but one of the things I'm most grateful for is that I learned how to mop floors.
Every spring cleaning season, I reminisce about my days spent cleaning the Aslar Guest House. On Saturday mornings, I cleared out breakfast dishes, cleaned the dining room and dusted/vacuumed/mopped the six bedrooms. Except it's called hoovering, not vacuuming, in theRead More