Indianapolis, IN, August 02, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Technology keeps changing with electronic device s doing more in smaller devices, all with one common idea…ideas, information and communication. One that had not changed, however, is the need for effective communication, sometimes in spite of these devices. Author Michael Hall offers the essay, “Word Power: 10 ways to make your words have meaning and impact,” being distributed through his poetry web blog, The World of Words by Elias Tobias.
The experienced educator, photographer, journalist, writer and poet uses his experience to suggest ten basic conventions of English that have be ignored or forgotten as modern devices become more popular. The essay starts with the idea that a sentence is a complete thought, and follows through with how to use pronouns and hints to sculpt sentences to fit that 140 character limit twitter message. The conclusion has additional references for more information to be the complete writer.
Let the power of words be in your command again and avoid comical misunderstandings or a lawsuit by checking the essay, “Word Power: 10 ways to make your words have meaning and impact.”