You may want to take a look at the archives on my blog athttp://www.dljd.netI am a Taft student and I like it so far. I chose Taft partly because they are nationally accredited.My blog has a lot of stuff. It is organized chronologically though, so I'd start in Jan 2005 archives, unless you just want to read backwards.
<<Yes, but will it teach you to use proper punctuation in your sentences?>>Apparently, your school hasn't taught you manners. Perhaps you require all posts you read to demonstrate perfect punctuation...nobody else is bound by that requirement, however...nor does it indicate an inability to use proper punctuation or grammer.The poster provided information that is likely to be useful to somebody. Who cares about the punctuation? (besides you, I mean)Law543
<<In a profession that judges you on your articulateness, it usually helps to develop a habit of using proper grammar and punctuation.>>Well, if we were all using our posts here in the forum as potential job applications...your argument would have merit. As it is...we are mostly hear for leisure conversation and friendly exchanges. Besides...it's not as if the poster's punctuation was a major train wreck. He left off a simple punctuation in a post that was probably written in haste...it's primary purpose, to give valuable information in a short amount of time. Snobbishly snubbing your nose at his grammer instead of being appreciative of the information he was trying to provide, albeit with a punctuation error...says more about you...than him. Law543