Using a lovely little language tool, called the Up-Goer Five, taught me a lot about the art of keeping writing simple.
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For all you notebook-fanciers out there, Papelote is bound to whet your aesthetic appetite.
Get a close look at the new HP ElitePad 900 tablet computer running Windows 8 Pro in this YouTube unboxing video.
When you write, you’re working for the reader. Not your boss and not yourself. This is why readability metrics can be helpful. They are a tool to get past your ego and management pressure to write badly. This article explains how they work and gives useful links to readability tools for Word, WordPress, Google, website and free text analysis.
Type Fu is an online learning tool that teaches you to touch type. I took it for a spin. I tried, I cheated, I learned: this is the review.
Grammarly is an increasingly popular online grammar-checking. I took it for a spin, and this is the verdict.
10 tantalising dictionary sites for writers: everything from simple definition through to antonyms and new words and meanings.
Most people seem to use Pinterest to plan weddings and bake sales. I use it as a design and collaboration tool. Here’s how.
A veritable alphabet of better writing. 26 tips for inspiration, guidance and encouragement.
Writing copy that is easy to read, understand and remember is good for business. It respects your readers and increases your impact. But it also improves your SEO. You can see how Google assesses different site’s readability using advanced search. In the reading level results filter, select ‘annotate results with reading levels’. You can then [...]