Monthly archive: January 2017
It’s almost the 25th January. It’s time to get those neeps and tatties ready and celebrate the national poet of Scotland – Robert Burns.
As a pioneer of the Scottish language and an inspirational figure for the Romantic movement, there’s no surprise good old Rabbie and his work are still being celebrated today. If you’ve never heard of Burns before, or have yet to enjoy the fine delicacy that is haggis, you’re in for a couple of treats. Here we’ll show you everything you need to create a memorable Burns Supper.
One of the real challenges of content writing is composing an article for a target audience of the opposite sex. Should the article be written by a woman for women? Or by a woman for men? Or even somewhere between the two? Whilst gender is a social construct, there are some interesting points of research which have identified that men and women do, indeed, write differently.
We’re already almost half way through January and it’s time to pose the big question…how are your new year’s resolutions coming? It’s a well-known fact that not all resolutions last until the end of the month, let alone the end of the year. But that’s OK. Today, we’re going to show you how making new resolutions each day can improve your writing.
Welcome to 2017! Whilst 2016 was full of exciting developments and technological advances, we’re certain that 2017 will be even more exciting. But before we get carried away looking forward, it’s time to spend a few moments reflecting back. In the first of our history series, we’re excited to present a brief history of that markup language we all know and love: HTML.