Monthly Archives: November 2010

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-11-29

Because even editors need a chuckle. RT @johnemcintyre: The joke of the week is an Ole and Lena joke. On the blog: http://bit.ly/c0XEgq # RT @Book_Addict: Happy birthday British writer George Eliot (November 22,1819) author of "Silas Marner"(1861) and other … Continue reading

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-11-22

On a cleaning spree: chucking out old stuff off the physical desk, deleting old messages in various inboxes, and trimming back friend lists. # Try http://JustUnfollow.com to find non-followers. It's simple to use and let's you reevaluate who you follow. … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

The Writing Resource is taking a short break for Thanksgiving. Continue reading

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Should You Use “Refudiate”?

Should you refudiate refudiate? A look at NOAD’s Word of the Year. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Joyce’s Ulysses

James Joyce was a master writer and offers vocabulary students so much to learn. Continue reading

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-11-15

Good morning, all. The wind and rain outside make me glad to be snug inside! # RT @nhwritersproj: Autumn Writing Retreat for Poets & Prose Writers 11/12-14 Dexter's Inn, Sunapee, NH http://bit.ly/aMF11v # Are you Guilty of arbitrary Capitalization? @VisualThesaurus … Continue reading

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Punctuation Point: Joining Independent Clauses

A lot of compound sentences out there are being joined without proper punctuation. Here’s a brief rundown of how to do it right. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder

Build your vocabulary with these words. Continue reading

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Connecting With Other Writers Online

We learn from the people we hang around with. Herein, some bright writers and helpful writing organizations you can learn from. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Halloween Terms

The ghosts and goblins may have gone for now, but their influence remains. Learn some spooky words today! Continue reading

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