After Elon Musk renamed his social media platform 'X," the Associated Press Stylebook advised we explain it was 'formerly known as Twitter.'
Most people think they know the can answer correctly if they were asked, 'What does Wi-Fi stand for?' But you shouldn't be so sure.
Of the various AP Style rules I teach new writers at my real job, one of the most consistently confusing rules involve street abbreviations.
Since June is Pride Month, you're going to see a lot of LGBTQ+ stories. You're going to see an increasing use of the word 'queer' as well.
A pair of relatively new gender-neutral terms describe members of the Latin community. But should you go with Latine or Latinx?
Questions about the Nashville school shooter's pronouns have become more confusing because of a lack of consistency among media outlets.
Patrick is a longtime television producer and digital journalist.
Patrick’s Place is a blog that focuses on multiple topics...from blogging to grammar to faith to life in general.
You'll find new content at least four days a week.
Read more about the blog here.