Monthly Archives: August 2011

  1. The Right Words Are Worth a Thousand Pictures

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    August 24, 2011 by bradcharlesbeals

    I recently heard this narrow slice of our modern era—the late 20th, early 21st century—described as the age of image. The …
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  2. Writer, Proof Thyself

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    August 18, 2011 by bradcharlesbeals

    Proofing your own copy is like tickling yourself—you’d think it would work, but it doesn’t. Just ask Lynne Truss, the …
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  3. Zero Content Blah Blah

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    August 11, 2011 by bradcharlesbeals

    Odds are you have copy on your website that can—with no diminished value in usability—be replaced with the words blah, …
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  4. It Ain’t Grammar, It’s Usage

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    August 9, 2011 by bradcharlesbeals

    There’s a difference between good grammar and standard usage. Anyone who communicates clearly using a native language has good grammar. …
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  5. Actives Speak Louder

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    August 7, 2011 by bradcharlesbeals

    The last time you thought of active and passive voice was probably high school. Let’s dust it off and see …
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