Spending Your Life on the Internet.

Replacing connecting in person for connecting online. What could possibly go wrong?

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Technology is polarizing us. When was the last time you talked to the person next to you on a plane and made a connection with them, versus scrolling through your emails or playing games on your laptop/tablet/phone? When you Google something (e.g. a particular type of restaurant), were the results limited to what you already know and like, or were they serendipitous (e.g. a random assortment of stores and restaurants in the area)? We’ve lost the human connection and adventure that once existed before the internet became commercialized.

Online Proof Readers Needed.

Relying on spell check to be your proof reader, or skipping proof reading all together. What could possibly go wrong?

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There’s a serious need for online proofers these days. While USAToday isn’t the sole offender, I’ve seen more terribly-edited articles such as this one on their site than on other news sites. Is this the result of trying to get a story out ahead of the competition?