“Content,” huh? Ha! Where’s the container? Perhaps these words appear to you on the pages of a book, a physical object that might be said to have “contained” the thoughts of my friend and co-conspirator Cory Doctorow as they were transported in boxes and trucks all the way from his marvel- ous mind into yours. If that is so, I will concede that you might be encountering “content.” (Actually, if that’s the case, I’m delighted on Cory’s behalf, since that means that you have also paid him for these thoughts. We still know how to pay creators directly for the works.
Hope this is helpful so you won’t get stuck the way I did. I can only blame myself!
Once you know this, you can begin to determine what information they want to get and how they want it presented.
Scoring an A+ in your essays: It’s simple.
Is scoring an A in your essays that hard? Surely not. On the contrary, it’s very easy to score an A. It’s easier than you think.
I have had articles get rejected because of the tags supposedly not meeting the requirements, What a joke!
I read a lot of articles online. Many are well written and others not so well written. However, of those that are poorly written, there are some common mistakes made by many of the writers. If corrected, the articles really wouldn’t be so bad at all. Let’s explore some of those common mistakes.
It is about writing. Writing one’s thoughts. Writing what one would actually want to write. We write and we learn to write. We read what others have written. We write what other say and we think and analyse and give a shape to our ideal in content.
Should there be some standards for writing articles on the Internet or should we just post any old slopped together swill? Something to be explored in this article.