jennifer shelton

Daily-deals sites multiplying rapidly… I’m fine with it

I’m a big fan of Groupon. And Living Social. While I’ve never purchased any of the deals from either of these sites, I get excited every time I see the emails in my inbox. There’s always the slight possibility that something I can’t live without will jump in front of my face and I won’t .. read more

We can now acknowledge “mankinis”

After my post about the addition of LOML and POS (meaning Parent Over Shoulder, not what you probably thought) to the official AP style book, I bring another announcement that should spark a few chuckles from our readers. The latest edition of the Concise Oxford English Dictionary has been released, and as far as I’m .. read more

AP Stylebook says I can now write “website” instead of “Web site”

The Associated Press Stylebook recently released its new social media guidelines… 42, to be exact. Now, we can separate “smart phone” as two words, and legally use fan, friend and follow as both nouns and verbs. My personal favorite, though, is the official change from “Web site” to “website.” When I worked at the Hickory .. read more

Not quite the Doublemint Twins

We’re excited! We’ve added another Jennifer to the team. We didn’t choose her for her name (although it is a great name) but rather for her public relations experience and awesome personality. So welcome Jennifer Shelton! She recently left her job as Assistant Communications Director in the athletics department at Liberty College to return to .. read more