Ever scratched your head over the use of these two punctuation? Here is a quick read on what to do: http://tinyurl.com/72wqg34
Are words static or living? Do their meanings change constantly? Do we constantly adjust meanings in conversations? Here is an interesting take on language: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/22/the-living-word/
Is Twitter a valid tool? Read what LSE has to say http://tinyurl.com/775qovm
This topic is the main focus of the debate in educational reform today. How do we get students to achieve.
Fun article on backing up your work by The Subversive Copy Editor:
The triangle is price-quality-service. A business can do two well but not all three. It never ceases to amaze me that some clients think low price and poor service, i.e. slow payment, are attractive options. They seem to think they will get high quality as a by product. Go figure.
Here is an interesting article from The Harvard Business Review. Does your to do list just grow and grow?
A recent article by David Brooks argues that “the job is to restore old disciplines, strip away decaying structures and reform the welfare state”, leaving him open to the riposte “no it’s not”, a rebuttal against which his column has failed to provide any evidence http://econ.st/tQ4ry1
Spelling mistakes ‘cost millions’ in lost online sales
By Sean CoughlanBBC News education correspondent
An online entrepreneur says that poor spelling is costing the UK millions of pounds in lost revenue for internet businesses.
Read More: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-14130854