From Alon Lischinsky on Google+ this morning:
The Oameal has a series of “Grammar” posters berating, sometimes quite aggressively, some typical mistakes. Unsurprisingly, none of them are really grammatical; rather, they concern spelling, punctuation, or disputed word usage (i.e., “irony”). One more for Arnold Zwicky’s garmmra watch.
The posters, almost all old acquaintances:
flesh out vs. flush out (an idea): in ecdb
i.e. (vs. e.g.)
uses of the semicolon
uses of the apostrophe
“ten words you need to stop misspelling”: lose / loose, weird not wierd, their / they’re / there, your / you’re, it’s / its, definitely not definately, effect / affect, weather / whether, a lot not alot, then / than [for $20 you can buy spelling poster: “Perfect for classrooms, the office, or at home”]