Monthly Archives: October 2011

everyone else says… // blog post eleven

  the first point I want to talk about is one that Amanda W. made (http://awagoner2011.wordpress.com/) in her entry comparing s&w to williams. she was talking about the concept of whether reading the style guides sooner could have helped us … Continue reading

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classic compare & contrast // blog post ten

after reading both guides, it seems that Willams and Strunk & White cover basically the same topics, just in different ways. Strunk & White stick to the rule based format, stating guidelines and giving examples but never discussing things in … Continue reading

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another examination of self // blog post eight

after having another go at the peer review process, I guess I am becoming more comfortable with it. using the google docs format makes it really easy to comment and highlight exactly what you think could use work, and it … Continue reading

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first impressions // blog post seven

when I saw “The Elements of Style” on the reading list, I assumed it was some kind of textbook that discussed different uses of literary devices. I did not expect a play by play rulebook of the proper way to … Continue reading

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