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.
- When you walk into a room and forget why you went there #destinesia Thanks for reminding me @mattchurch #GartnerCX https://t.co/mcFuSWc3DC 38 minutes ago
- RT @LukeWMcGregor: We’re back!! #Rosehaven #S3 #Itscold instagram.com/p/BkJulsilQYN/… 1 hour ago
- Why Gartner thinks brands are too uptight about strategy cmo.com.au/article/642568… @martykihn of @GartnerDigital in… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 hours ago
- Gartner analyst @olive_huanghai explains how to get customers to use your enterprise mobile app… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 4 hours ago
- The 5 most common categories of customer experience metrics and how to manage them gtnr.it/2l885DS #CX… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 5 hours ago