ALL TOGETHER NOW (Read time 1:03)
|Posted By Bria|
| typo |
in emailing a previous blog post I noticed friend spelled "freind"
|Posted By Nial Connolly|
| Ego |
I would go with egotistically, but I think he did that on purpose, just to test us.
Comment from Michael :-)
|Posted By Rick Norris|
| Detail |
The devil's in the details. And, yes, egoicly must be a different language I am not familiar with.
|Posted By Jet Ray|
| Exhausted |
Have a good night.
|Posted By Rachel|
| Politically correct.... |
I will always be true, honest, and sing my songs for you....but in the end, the manager has the final say on me grammer. I wish all of you such an awesome day. Rachel
|Posted By Yochanan Winston|
| Typos |
egoicly? Try egotistically or perhaps egocentrically!
|Posted By Richardm|
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|Posted By Valerie Jones|
| Recipe For Mediocrity |
I'm not saying get wrapped around the axle about every little thing, however, it takes so little time from each of us to be generous enough to help someone fix an unseen error. I work 80 hours a week but I will always find time to make a small effort to help another, otherwise it becomes a very cold and selfish world. And in truth the little things do matter to a point since there is no unimportant spoke on the wheel, and a mile between 99 & 100%. Without attention to small stuff (i.e. the details) the world becomes a very mediocre place to exist.
|Posted By Steve Wagner|
| Typos |
Whether the reader is conscious of it or not, a grammatically perfect piece of writing with no spelling errors has added impact and it's worth the time to make sure your work meets that standard. You may not be able to control how your work is received or if it will have longevity, but you can control the spelling and grammar, so don't neglect it. I will be happy to proofread and correct your work.
|Posted By Bonnie Lovett|
| Right On! |
It feels great to belong to a "tribe" or any group of people willing to watch each other's back. With blogs and other fast-moving tech advances, our world is truly shrinking. We have a chance to help each other, our human “being” family. Behaving as a community is the best strategy for enrichment, relationship, and for mankind--woman kind too!
|Posted By Mark Matters|
| Don't sweat the small stuff |
Guilty as charged! I NEVER tell anyone their little mistakes cause I'm goin for CONTENT and I'm focusing on the IDEAS. I couldn't care less if the author can spell. Of course if there are a LOT of little mistakes, I have to admit it's distracting to the content. But although I know we're in this together, I have to say, I'd rarely take my time to let someone know their little faux-pas. BUT if I thought the IDEA was off, I MIGHT tell them.