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A Job Like Mine: The Daily Vulture digs up video of Kurt Vonnegut from a 2002 lecture series, "How to Get a Job Like Mine." His advice? "Don't use semicolons. They stand for absolutely nothing. They are transvestite hermaphrodites. They are just a way of showing off. To show that you have been to college."

"Cookie-Cutter Characters": Galleycat provides Janice Harayda's top five list of the worst negative book review clichés.

The Apostrophe Crisis: Typo hunters of the world, take heart:even Arianna Huffington hates errant apostrophes

Moving & Shaking: A New York Times rave sends Hans Keilson's The Death of the Adversary and Comedy in a Minor Key up our Movers & Shakers list this morning.


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