Your work is better than "content" Paid Members Public
Anything truly creative is more than just content.
A plural of emoji - linguistically speaking Paid Members Public
The linguistics behind a plural form of “emoji” [http://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/01/japanese-and-the-trouble-with-pluralizing-emoji/422967/] This is a fascinating account of count and non-count nouns – and how they’re assimilated into English: > An example is “water,” which has no plural form. To count water, you must refer to
We Blog. And weblog posts. Paid Members Public
This is a post or entry on a blog. This is not the latest blog on a blogsite. I am the blogger. If you leave a comment below, you are the commenter. Leaving comments on a post does not make you a blogger… Now, you’ve probably had one of
Random Use of CAPITALS Paid Members Public
Random linguistic psychology thought of the day*:* Why do some people randomly capitalise technology-related words they aren’t very familiar with. Some examples include MAC for Apple’s Mac computers and, pretty frequently, BLOG, from new bloggers. It’s common enough that there must be a root behind it somewhere.