Typos and other amusing errors in judgment.
Was reading The Wall Street Journal yesterday and my head wanted to explode by their headline style. If a headline takes two lines, the first word of the second line is capitalized, no matter what the word is. Haven't checked other pubs yet but I suppose this is a standard headline style. Is it?Eg. China Is Unwilling to Impose Sanctions On North KoreansHmm, actually that doesn't look so bad. Must be me...
Wow, people still read the newspaper? I get the Sunday Times just for the coupons. (Not really.)I'm guessing that the WSJ is using poetry-style capitalization for its headlines, something I see most often on magazine covers. Not sure about other papers, though. I just snuck a peek at a copy of the Times, and it doesn't use that style. Eh. I think you should read the one that doesn't make you cranky. The news itself is bad enough. : /
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