Monthly Archive: October 2017

Things You Might Not Know about Homonyms

A homonym is one of two or more words with the same pronunciation, and the same spelling, but different meanings. For example, the word “bank,” is a homonym, as in: “The campground is on the bank of the river.” (That…
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How to Improve Your Tip Sheets

In a world of increasingly complex products and services, users often want to just “strap it on and go,” as test pilots might say. They’re not interested in reading all the useful documentation that accompanies the product or explains how…
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Texana Thursday: Remembering Susanna Dickinson Hannig

Susannah Dickinson Hannig wasn’t the only survivor of the Alamo, but she was perhaps the most famous. Like many early Texas settlers, Susanna Wilkerson came from Tennessee. She married her husband, Almeron, there in 1829. They came to Texas in…
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The 6 Building Blocks of an Article

A friend of mine lamented to me recently that she had a hard time writing articles. All she knew, she said, was to focus on the who, what, where, when, why, and how. Actually, that’s all she, or anyone else,…
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