The Importance of Good Grammar – Steve Fox

“Good grammar can be the difference between helping your Uncle Jack off his horse and helping your uncle jack off his horse”. Strunk & White couldn’t have said it more eloquently. From Reddit.com via Steve Fox.

Content Marketing and Social Psychology – copyblogger.com

On the copyblogger blog, Help Scout’s Gregory Ciotti offers seven copy-writing tips grounded in social psychology research. If you enjoyed Robert Cialdini’s Influence, you should read this. We love data-driven insight . Technorati Tags: Content Marketing,copyblogger.com,Gregory Ciotti,Help Scout

A Place for Reflection – Execupundit

Execupundit’s Michael Wade adds his thoughts (or requirements) for the perfect study. I find that I too may require a sabre.

A Place to Work

The rise of the Sovereign Professional and the increased popularity of flexible working free many from the vast and barren open-plan prairies.  However, once untethered from the corporate work-place, erstwhile prairie-dogs need to address the challenge of where to work now. The joy of independent work is being able to pitch your laptop anywhere and […]

A Drop of Music – Patrick Latter

A beautifully creative photograph by Patrick Latter… … I was just mildly disappointed to find that it wasn’t The Rain Song. Technorati Tags: Patrick Latter,Photography

Online Copy – Less is More – Matthew Stibbe

Shorter copy leads to higher conversions. Matthew Stibbe, on the Bad Language blog, proves that less is more. Technorati Tags: Mattew Stibbe,Bad Language,Writing,web copy,conversion rates

Online Copy – Less is More – Matthew Stibbe

Shorter copy leads to higher conversions. Matthew Stibbe, on the Bad Language blog, proves that less is more. Technorati Tags: Mattew Stibbe,Bad Language,Writing,web copy,conversion rates

The Vital Life rather than the Vanilla Life – Mike Pegg

“If you go to your grave without painting your masterpiece, it will not get painted. No one else can paint it. Only you.”  Gordon Mackenzie Mike Pegg writes about choosing vitality over vanilla (which is a little harsh on genuine, from-the-pod vanilla) and the work of Gordon Mackenzie – and reminds me that it’s been […]

Spectacular Images – Patrick Latter

Some beautiful photography of Canadian landscapes and wildlife from Patrick Latter. By coincidence, the images go well with Thomas Blug. Technorati Tags: Patrick Latter,Canadian Hiking Photography,Thomas Blug

More Favourite Books – Matthew Stibbe

Matthew Stibbe adds his five ten favourite books, here. Technorati Tags: Five Favourite Books,Matthew Stibbe

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