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#ASMSG From Pens to Speech: How #Writing Tools Have Evolved

Source: GRAMMARLY As technology improves, it’s faster and easier than ever to get words from brain to screen. We’ve progressed from dipping utensils in ink to using speech recognition software to dictate an entire Slate article. Here’s the evolution of writing … Continue reading

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Creative Writing, Academic Writing, Grammar & Plagiarism, or, Grammarly: The World’s Best Grammar Checker & Plagiarism Detector

“I use Grammarly’s plagiarism detector because, as Stephen King said, “good books don’t give up all their secrets at once.” In general terms, academic writing, as the name implies, is writing done for teachers and professors in schools and universities. … Continue reading

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