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Category Archives: English
Kurt Vonnegut was one of the United States’ most intelligent, witty and beloved authors. His novels such as Slaughterhouse Five, Breakfast of Champions and The Sirens of Titan are still widely read and just as insightful as they were when they … Continue reading
Seth Godin recently wrote a post on good writing habits. He says that the reason business writing is so bad is that people are either afraid to say what they mean, because they might be criticized, or afraid to be misunderstood … Continue reading
That’s “Good morning” or “Good afternoon” in Polish. (Just in case you don’t speak Polish.) Polish is not an easy language for Anglophones. The first thought that ran through my head when I saw some Polish text was that the … Continue reading
The German Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck (1815 – 1898), once said that the most significant aspect of the 20th century would be the fact that in North America, people speak English. Bismarck was prescient. Over the past 100 years or … Continue reading