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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Power, poetry, and plurality

Being in a position of power can fundamentally change the way you speak, altering basic acoustic properties of the voice, and other people are ...“We wanted to explore how something so fundamental as power might elicit changes in the way a voice sounds, and how these situational vocal changes impact the way listeners perceive and behave toward the speakers.”


Grammarly doesn't do all it claims to do - Grammarist

grammarist.com/articles/grammarly-review/
Last month, we put banners advertising Grammarly in the sidebar of some of our pages. We made this choice because we guessed that Grammarly, described ...
What about different varieties of English? How does Grammarly evaluate words spelled differently in American and British English? What about words that can be pluralized in multiple ways? What about new words, colloquialisms, idioms, and words that are changing meaning in real-world usage? What about redundancies and wordiness? And what are Grammarly’s style policies when it comes to, say, the Oxford comma, capitalization of titles, and the hyphenation of phrasal adjectives? If Grammarly has policies on these matters, how do they accommodate differing views?

Erotic poetry will make you a better person

There is a bit in U.R. Ananthamurthy’s novel Samskara about a young brahman who listens to his teacher’s description of Śakuntalā and gets so hot and bothered that he runs off and jumps into the river, where he meets and Continue reading 

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