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Writing Wednesday - Doubletake

Last Week’s WW: You’ve Gotta Read

Most of the things that find their way onto this blog are in first draft status.  In fact, a lot of them are typed directly into wordpress text box, not copied and pasted from somewhere else.   674 more words


Spell Check Your Spell Checker!

Spring vacations are just about finished for 2014, so now it’s time to think about staying challenged and strong for the last few months of school. 366 more words

Parents And Technology

10 Things to Put on Your Website Checklist

Short, tall, big, small, your business needs some kind of website to survive in this day and age. It doesn’t have to be big and flashy, but it does need to exist to make sure people can find you and confirm you are who you say you are. 533 more words

Biz Tips

Laughing Meditation

Hey guys,

Sometimes the best meditation is laughter.

Wishing you a joyful Friday! (Thanks, Kate! lol)

Get a little rowdy with it.

Rock the peace ;)



Sniglet of the day: kjfs

kjfs (ka’jufs) -n. Word with a dotted red line under it, temporarily used in emails to ensure the last word you typed underwent spell checking. 13 more words


Why Does Anyone Need an Editor Anymore?

Why use a professional editor when there are electronic editing tools that highlight spelling and grammar errors? Besides the obvious answer that electronic editing tools do not catch all the errors in any document, an editor brings precision to content. 248 more words

Editorial Tips

How to Disable Spell Check in Microsoft Word

In Word you can Disable Spell Checking in Microsoft Word for students who need to write for MCAS. You can quickly disable it before a test to make sure that it will not correct spelling and capitalize words, as MCAS requires. 28 more words