Say What You Mean on the Web

So long. . .

how to trade bitcoin in hong kong After five years online, providing plain language advice and opinion, is closing its store front here on what used to be called the Information Highway.

During that time, the content at this site has grown to multiple pages, and the traffic on many of them has been considerable. But the passing of time has not only seen a lot of things come and go. It's also brought new opportunities, responsibilities and commitments for me.

Big changes. After teaching advanced writing at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles for several years, I have accepted a new position as director of the university's Writing Center.

This has meant big changes for me. I will no longer be able to keep the content of the site up-to-date and actively responsive to the ever-evolving field of organizational and business communications.

So I'm taking down the "open" sign out front, turning off the lights, and leaving you all with my best wishes for every success in your endeavors.

If you wish to keep in touch, I'm still around at the same old email address.

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Ron Scheer

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