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» Frequestly dirsty from martium.org - you might like it, you might not
Diego of metacool wrote a post today about some typos on the US Federal Aviation Administration's website, one of which was frequestly. Reminded me of a word Jayne and I made up - dirsty. i.e. when the reason that you're [Read More]

» Close Enough for Government Work? from Away With Words
Diego Rodriguez at Metacool tells of visiting the Federal Aviation Administration web site to see the latest carry-on guidelines and discovering this: Frequestly? Find our what you can bring? As Diego says, Typos like these aren't helping the FAA brand. [Read More]

» Fractal Brands from Kent Blumberg
Diego Rodriguez' October 3 post about how the Federal Aviation Administration does not have a fractal brand led me to his January 2005 post explaining that all good brands are fractal. By that he means that every interaction you have [Read More]

» Details make your personal brand from The Net-Savvy Jobseeker
Is it a coincidence that misspelled is hard to spell? You know that typos in your résumé can be trouble, but have you thought about the effect of typos and other mistakes elsewhere? If competence is part of your desired... [Read More]