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Will Google Glass change the way we blog?

Blog post inspiration comes to me from many sources: other blog posts, news articles, human interactions, traditional media, social media and completely random thoughts (that usually arrive unheralded and unrecorded at 3am). I recently shared this video “How It Feels Through Glass” on my Facebook page, which gives the viewer a taste of experiencing the … Continue reading

Confessions of a copywriter

As a copywriter, there is an expectation that I have a definitive knowledge of the English language. Yes, I do know the difference between there, their and they’re, loose and lose and affect and effect; and I know my commas from my colons. [And I ponder why the plural of comma isn’t commae?] Yes, I … Continue reading

Copywriting, in a nutshell

One of the questions I am most frequently asked is “what does a copywriter do?”. To those in the marketing world this may sound like a silly question – I write copy, duh – but I think we often get so caught up in our industry that we forget what it’s like to be on … Continue reading

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