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Gender-neutral pronouns
Here's a link to an article responding to Webster's addition of they as a gender-neutral pronoun that I thought you might find useful. ht (More)
Typos can have interesting results.
Neil Gaiman came up with the name of one of his characters, Coraline, by mistake, when he mistyped 'Caroline'. He preferred ‘Coraline’ and kept it.— Literary Interest (@InterestingLit) More)
"The Whistle-Blower Knows How to Write: His complaint offers lessons on how to make a point."
Jane Rosenzweig, the director of the Writing Center at Harvard, analyzes the "Whistle-Blower" memo in an opinion piece in the New York Times. She focuses on the Whistle-Blower's ability to present a clear, direct document that uses "subheadings (More)
Lin-Manuel Miranda on composition
Gmorning The rhythm of the thingThe right notes in the right orderThe way the words sit on the notesThe way the notes sit on the chordsThe way it all tells a storyIt all beginsWhen you start making noise— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) More)
writing a research paper
http://ieltsadvantage.com/2015/05/16/ielts-writing-tips/   ++++++++++++++ more on writing and proofreading in this IMS blog < (More)
The evolution of communication
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Dan Rather on "moments of struggle and setback"
https://twitter.com/DanRather/status/1164295490722156544 (More)
Zits on Classic Literature
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how often quote
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I QUOTE? http://www.plagiarism.org/citing-sources/cite-sources/ If you think it’s important to quote something, an excellent rule (More)
doctoral literature review
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