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Popular courses and book on writing for the web by Rachel McAlpine for New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the USA, the UK, Europe, Canada, China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand
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Contented's best value training programme in writing for the web and intranet, plain English, accessible information and social media writing for NZ, Australia, USA, UK, Europe, Canada, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Middle East, India, Singapore
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Three technical handbooks by Rachel McAlpine on modern business writing and digital content for professionals and tertiary students in New Zealand, Australia, the USA, UK, Canada, India, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Europe
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Writing tip: principle or principal?

July 28, 2014

This pair of words has been stumping people forever, and no wonder— they have rather similar meanings, and one of them (principal) has three meanings.

The word principle is always a noun and it is always a thing (not a person). Principle means a standard, basic truth, law or rule. A principle can be theoretical (the osmosis principle) or moral (standing up for your principles).  

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The ultimate cafe for solitary offline work

July 22, 2014

Wellington flat white coffeeI know the perfect office-cafe in Wellington, but I'm not going to tell you its name. Oh, no no no. My secret.

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