And why we should lay off the all-caps key
People have long used capital letters to set text apart and convey its importance, but upper case letters haven’t always signified loudness.
Psychologists know which one you'll call
New research explains why 4 out of 5 people call heads
Linguistst have shown that when you hear the word "champagne," you think of "pain"
An ambitious attempt to document the differences in regional English
There are way more words for soft drinks than just "pop" and "soda."
Yes, you can end a sentence in a preposition
Yes, you can end a sentence in a preposition.
Fighting against the tyranny of pronouns
Why we should fight against the tyranny of pronouns.