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    • 1.

      A Dictionary of Slang? Whoever Heard of Such a Thing?

      by Lisa Koosis - 2007-01-09
      Have you ever heard two people talking, both technophiles perhaps, or people who work in the financial field, and they bandied about so many unfamiliar terms that you wondered if they were speaking an...
    • 2.

      Overcoming Printing Jargon to Get a Quality Business Card

      by CME - 2007-01-22
      In this article we try to cut through some of the printing red tape and try to provide you with a better understanding of the jargon and the pitfalls, ensuring your expectations are more closely match...
    • 3.

      Don't Let Jargon Hide Your Message

      by Helen Wilkie - 2007-02-16
      One of the main barriers to business communication, both in writing and in speech, is the inappropriate use of jargon.Is the reader a member of your company, your organization, your industry or profes...
    • 4.

      Jargon: Handle With Care

      by Marcia Yudkin - 2007-03-19
      When I reviewed business Web sites for the Webby Awards earlier this year, one of the most common and annoying obstacles I ran across was jargon - insider language that got in the way of understanding...
    • 5.

      If you want to be read, be clear

      by Helen Wilkie - 2007-04-05
      We live in a communication age, yet a surprising number of people don't know how to effectively use the basic vehicle of communication, the written word. Too often we throw up barriers to communicatio...
    • 6.

      Unclear writing is a barrier to communication

      by Helen Wilkie - 2007-04-07
      Before you fire off that e-mail, are you sure your message is clear? Workplace communication often fails because in our written messages we inadvertently put up barriers between the message and the...
    • 7.

      Children's Books - How to Add More Style to Your Writing - Part 2

      by Roslyn Motter - 2007-04-24
      In part one of how to make your creative writing more stylish, I looked at a number of ways to a children's author could make their writing fresher. In Part two I look at more ways to make your writin...
    • 8.

      What Does The Jargon At Dealerships Mean?

      by Kmustaffa - 2007-09-11
      Unless you are someone directly involved with the car industry, or an acronym wizard, then you are to be confused when you hear all the different acronym-ed jargon words at the car dealerships. ...
    • 9.

      Language and Jargon in Social Care

      by Chris Towland - 2007-11-30
      Language is a very powerful tool and a good understanding of language is very empowering. If you have ever been to another country where you didn't understand the language, you will understand ...
    • 10.

      What is Business Software?

      by Jene - 2007-12-17
      Conference speaker John Bell explains how you can motivate and inspire others.The main cause of failing business and the breakdown of relationships tends to be poor communication. In this articl...