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The Fine Line On Type & Grammar

This is a terrific read that demonstrates how lazy typesetting, for the most part, is creating grammatical errors.  Life is in the detail so pay attention!

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  1. By Nicole Simon on April 20th, 2008 at 4:27 pm

    thanks for the link.

    My pet peeve is the ellipsis BUT they managed to do that wrong as well! Much less than there really is a need for using the special char of such, there is a need for a space. So not “call me…” but “call me …” 🙂

    • By Jonnel on April 16th, 2012 at 7:27 pm

      Now this quote shows all those other comments about the Wii U being hard to work with and all the prbolems are crap. Our one and only goal once we got the Wii U hardware was to get Darksiders II running on it. We didn’t even have running the game on the touch screen on our to do’ list. but once we got it running, we just fooled around with getting it on the touch screen as a lark. It took all of five minutes and two lines of code, and boom! there was the entire game running on the controller. Amazing.

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  2. By Nicolas on April 15th, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    说:I’ve found that it’s difficult to ralely make money off of the local menu concept outside of Northern California. It’s still pretty hard up in Silicon Valley. San Francisco seems to be unique in its wholesale adoption.

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