First Published: Feb 02, 2011 / Last Published: Aug 26, 2012
Wordsonthefly.com is designed for people who like to write, hate to write, or want to write better. Features include edit-online templates, a weblog of musings and professional advice, plus a Word Video set to music, intended to inspire. The author is an award-winning copywriter and media marketing director.
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August 26, 2012
Women Can Spin Straw Into Gold
Todd Akin's remarks confirm that women are still shrouded in myth and mystery. Perhaps it's time to harness that power or humor those who fear it.in Politics
February 13, 2012
The Idea of Pinterest Began with Clothes Pins
This platform that seems so new is really rooted in the past where the idea of "pinning" was commonplace and neighborly.in Social Media
October 9, 2011
Are You Influential? The Odd Need for Social Measurement
Increasing interest in social media relevance has offered a spawn of measurement solutions, but is this validity or vanity?in Social Media
July 30, 2011
Understanding the Debt Ceiling by Way of My Bathroom Ceiling
Humor helps an average person understand the national debt ceiling by relating it to a common household repair.in Politics
June 26, 2011
Ghosts in a Room of Words
Printing museum visit sparks tribute to the press: the power, people, and mystique of newspapers in their heyday.
June 2, 2011
Confessions of a QR Code Virgin
Innocent observer of QR Codes poses questions that few dare to whisper.
April 17, 2011
Augmented Reality: Is Media the New Drug?
New media can alter reality, but why do we feel the need?
March 19, 2011
Flea Market Finds Lead to Antiquing Adventure
You don’t need a big budget or big house to enjoy antiques. The most fun comes from the search and discovery.in Lifestyle
March 3, 2011
Humble Pickle Maker: A Matter of National Security
Here's a dilly: Local pickle maker complies with FDA while dietary supplement industry doesn't.
February 24, 2011
Corporate Behavior Seen in Turkey Flock
Is it me, or are these turkeys acting like corporate executives?in Business