How often do you read the fine print when you sign up for a new membership, open an account, or subscribe to a newsletter? Unless there’s a credit card involved, I don’t even skim the fine print. And if there’s a lot of fine print, I cancel out. But what do you do if you… Continue Reading When You Can’t See The Fine Print
For the past several months I’ve been providing captioning services for people who are hard of hearing and use one of those caption phones that let them read their conversations. Many customers are older people who also use hearing aids. I’ve written about how people are speaking faster than ever before, which makes conversation harder… Continue Reading The State of the Spoken Langauge
I recently volunteered at WordCamp Phoenix, an event I’ve attended in the past. For those who aren’t familiar with WordCamp, it’s a WordPress conference. Most WordCamps are strictly local. I use WordPress for this website and with a few of my clients. I’ve even developed a couple of sites with it. WordPress was created to… Continue Reading Marketing Lessons From WordCamp Phoenix
I am so glad I found Grammarly. One of the frustrations I have with WordPress is that it refuses to incorporate a spell or grammar check in its dashboard. Sure, I can draft in Word, which has its own built-in spelling and grammar check, and upload new pages to WP. But this is rarely a smooth… Continue Reading Relax. You’re Using Grammarly.
Author’s Note: I wrote this blog just prior to the terrible attack on Westminster Bridge March 22. I sincerely hope this event won’t dissuade anyone from traveling there. There really is no place like England, regardless of how you speak English. England is Part of Great Britain and the United Kingdom England itself is a… Continue Reading Understanding English in England