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This is the official blog of STC India and has a strong bent towards technical writing. It's a community blog that aims to capture interesting and useful information that's beneficial to tech writers. Though this blog has an India tilt, tech writers from around the world are welcome to join in.

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  • Feb 22, 2005
    Strunk & White debunked?

    Those of us interested in linguistics might want to check out Language Log, an interesting and enlightening group blog.

    I was especially interested in one linguist's view of  The Elements of Style being "a horrid little compendium of unmotivated prejudices (don't use ongoing), arbitrary stipulations (don't begin a sentence with however), and fatuous advice ("Be clear")".

    Seeing that we (sometimes blindly) regard the book as one of our bibles, it is nice to hear an opposite point of view.

    See these Language Log posts for the full story:

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