🔗 The Elements of Style

The Elements of Style (via jslint_com – Yahoo Groups ) According to Wikipedia: The Elements of Style (1918), by William Strunk, Jr. and E. B. White, is a prescriptive American English writing style guide comprising eight “elementary rules of usage”, ten “elementary principles of composition”, “a few matters of form”, a list of forty-nine “words and expressions commonly misused”, and a list of fifty-seven “words often misspelled”.

🏞 hyphen vs. n-dash vs. m-dash

[hyphen](http://thewritepractice.com/create-your-own-words-and-other-uses-of-the-hyphen/) = connect things to be used as one word/unit [n-dash](http://thewritepractice.com/whats-an-en-dash-and-how-to-use-it-correctly/) = indicates a range, as in: X--Y (from x to y) [m-dash](http://thewritepractice.com/what-the-heck-is-an-em-dash/) = break in narration, a short aside

📜 An apostrophe is the difference between a business that knows its shit

An apostrophe is the difference between a business that knows its shit and a business that knows it’s shit Sam Tanner (@sam_tanner)