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Sorry – je ne suis pas circumflex

What’s going on in France? I’m talking about the way some people are reacting to the modest spelling reforms put forth by the Académie Française. According to a New York Times report, no sooner had the Académie proposed removing the … Continue reading

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The State of Mobile Content

Apple is widely credited with introducing the smartphone, and there is no doubt that its iPhone took the world by storm in 2007. But IBM actually had the first smartphone–the Simon Personal Communicator–which was introduced in 1992. Unfortunately, it was … Continue reading

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How Global Is Your English: 8 Ways To Keep It Simple And Save Big | The Content Wrangler

Sourced through Scoop.it from: thecontentwrangler.com As many know, studying the "global English" or "international English" is one of my stronger tech comm interests. Marcia Riefer Johnston has written an excellent article here for The Content Wrangler that talks about the … Continue reading

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Lean WordPress: A guide to optimizing your CMS

A guide to optimizing your WordPress CMS. For you and the environment. Sourced through Scoop.it from: opensource.com WordPress is a great tool to learn, and fairly easy! The TechCommGeekMom.com blog is built on this platform, in fact. While I feel … Continue reading

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» The Changing Landscape of Freelance Workers

Sourced through Scoop.it from: panma.org This is a FREE event in Philadelphia, and I’m one of the speakers! Did I mention it’s FREE? This is a joint meeting sponsored by PANMA (Philadelphia Area New Media Association) and the STC-PMC (Society … Continue reading

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How language can affect the way we think

A look at the ways that the construction of language can have implications for the way we think, act and parse the world around us. Sourced through Scoop.it from: ideas.ted.com This is a fascinating article about differences in language, and … Continue reading

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Five simple ideas to cut your blogging time in half

I stumbled around and fumbled around for a long time when I started this blog. For the first nine months I was inconsistent and confused. Then I realized how many great business benefits I was Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.linkedin.comContinue reading

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