Not sure why I still read these articles from Forbes.com. Clearly they don’t care if their writers can spell. Or edit. Or proofread for typos.
This one is on a topic I find a complete joke – The Filtering Photo Wars. Discussing flickr like it’s relevant is funny. You can’t even see the title because I’m not letting you find the article. Just know that INSTAGAMS is a typo, not another social media app for sharing shots of your legs. Sorry to disappoint.
Can’t spell, but want you to trust them with the selling of your home…
-provided by a friend that enjoys laughing at typos too!
Apparently you don’t need to proofread if you write for Forbes (link to article).
Can someone just hire me to edit and correct the entire internet already?
I stopped listening to what the backcountry skiing blog had to say about the skilink after I spent a minute trying to guess what they were even going for here. Lately maybe? But why must it be good?