A “caution race” currently is underway in the cruise line public relations practice. Can we continue to ramp up the caution quotient this way?
People use them all the time, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t incorrect.
This list of often-abused jargon offers a cautionary tale to public relations pros.
The Associated Press Stylebook sends out periodic updates with new items, clarifications and pronunciation guides that constitute a kind of meta look back at recent headlines, politics and trends.
These are dark days, indeed. Merriam-Webster, the dictionary people, noted that “austerity” was searched more than 250,000 times on its website, thereby earning the 14th-century noun Word of the Year honors, however dubious they might be.