Recently, I had the privilege of talking with Russ Moon on his radio podcast show, The Sourcing Samurai. We chatted about sourcing (naturally) but we also talked about some related topics such as global economy, business communication, and continual education. And, of course, we talked about SourceCon NYC! I hope you enjoy it. Russ told me we’d be doing a follow-up talk in the near future which I’m looking forward to – thanks Russ!
Click here to go to The Sourcing Samurai and listen to the radio podcast…
I’m a bit unbalanced when it comes to my feelings about social media. I love it, yet at the same time I hate it. Lately, I hate it. And for good reason.
Yes – I realize the irony of posting about how I hate social media on a blog. And I know I use Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn a lot. Thanks for pointing that out, Captain Obvious. Perhaps you’ll put down your stones and take off your robe long enough to actually read and learn something. Hold on – I’m on a ranty ride today… Continue reading “Digital Slacktivism: A Rant” »
This question is one I’ve been asking for a bit, but I finally decided to dig into the answer today.
In my new Editor role, one of my job duties is to *surprise* edit articles submitted by people. Something I have noticed a LOT of people doing is placing TWO spaces instead of ONE in between sentences. I don’t ever remember being taught to do this in school, so I was curious why some people use two spaces to separate sentences.
Upon further investigation, I learned that The Chicago Manual of Style, the AP Stylebook, and the Modern Language Association all recommend using one space after a period at the end of a sentence. Here’s why: Continue reading “Writing: One Space or Two Spaces?” »