Wednesday, March 30, 2011

What Not To Do When Writing

We're currently finishing up our annual report. It recaps the events of 2010, providing numbers and details about what took place at CSE this past calendar year.

Given that accuracy is of utmost importance when detailing company activities, the report has been read and re-read by several pairs of eyes, making sure no factual errors slip through. It's also being proofread to make sure no errors of the written word variety make their way to the printed report.

Like, for example, not including proper punctuation...

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