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November 03, 2007

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Teresa Loureiro

Thanks for your blog. It is most interesting and very important to us, people who wants to speak and write well. Words are not for hurting, but to cherish. I have loved your “10 Things to Remember”, and never forget, about the use of commas. I try to do something similar at my work (LPM Communication - www.lpmcomunicação.pt), I also have a blog that pretends to give some tips about how to write and speak fine Portuguese. Unfortunately it is only in Portuguese, so even if I invite you and you readers to visit “me” there, it will be difficult for you to understand. Nevertheless, I have created a link to your blog, so my Portuguese readers can learn who to write English correctly.
Sorry for my English, I am sure this blog will help me a lot; I will be a daily attentive reader.

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  • When I started to e-mail out a weekly writing tip to my Chicago colleagues at Edelman in 2002, little did I know how quickly how many people outside my office would start to request it. But word spread, as word is wont to do, and in 2006 the e-mail evolved into this blog. The tips, which are about grammar, usage and style, have a dual purpose – to remind my colleagues in PR of the power of the written word and, more generally, to support and perpetuate clear, concise, creative, honest, lively, stylish, compelling writing everywhere. In 2009 I started to add commentary about and links to stories and other blog posts related to the media, marketing, writing and, sometimes, just interesting stuff. For some reason, I also started Twittering (at SantowDan).