Advertising, Campaign, Clients

If you attended classes at the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno any time from the '80s to the spring of 2011 it's likely you took a class from journalism professor Jake Highton. And once you took a class from Jake Highton, you became part of an unofficial club. The club was made up of stressed-out students comparing equally bad grades. The amount of his hastily-penned -- perhaps even violently-scratched -- red-ink corrections caused almost everyone...

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Brand Development, Company Culture, Design, Foundry Team, Q&A

Do you constantly have to grab for the AP Stylebook throughout your work day? Is it "lay" or is it "lie"? Should I use "affect" or "effect"? What about “who” vs. “whom”? My go-to resource has become Mignon Fogarty — better known as "Grammar Girl" — of QuickandDirtyTips.com. Her website and podcast provide — well just what you'd think: quick and dirty tips to an ever-growing number of topics such as: "Did I Tweet or did I Twitter?" "Funny Misplaced Modifiers" and "Do you capitalize 'Google'?" Luckily,...

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