At the end of the day, including caps has no technical bearing on how much exposure my posts get on any platform: Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn don’t care about caps. So why do I use them? Because English-speakers can read them easily.
I recognize that I’ve been absent in my blog maintenance, so for the 3 people who have checked in (well, a random 52 person spike in May, despite no posts), my apologies. I won’t bore you with 52-55 hour work weeks (with many exciting components that are fleshing out my professional development), moving tribulations and... Continue Reading →
Inter-office communications can backfire easily. I’m finding this a few years out of my undergraduate degree and after working in roles that require either minimal or severely colloquial correspondence (working at an older “start-up” and a call center has had some lack-of-formality perks). Now that I’m facing independent research, as well as reporting responsibilities at... Continue Reading →