Our local newspaper regularly commits crimes against the English language, and can only loosely be called journalism, but it does provide a lot of amusement. Someone there really, really loves quotation marks, or inverted commas, call them what you like. They appear randomly around groups of words that are clearly not quotes, or titles or irony. An article from this week’s edition is provided here for your entertainment.
- Intelligent #automation poised to transform workplace #outsourcing says Gartner's @ddmishra98 cio.co.nz/article/629949… in @CIO_NZ 17 hours ago
- Chinese Internet Giant #Tencent has turned its gaze to Australia which-50.com/now-chinese-in… via @which50 << @CK_Gartner 20 hours ago
- Why #marketers need to plan now for the new European Data Protection Regulations gtnr.it/2hFnvkQ #GDPR… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 22 hours ago
- 7 disruptions you might not see coming gtnr.it/2z98Q94 viA @Gartner_inc #GartnerSYM https://t.co/N6vc72A3Xn 23 hours ago
- CMOs, you blew it. Marketing technology investments retreat which-50.com/cover-story-cm… via @which50 #marketing #CMO #GartnerDMC @GartnerDigital 23 hours ago