Diplomas revoked. Whoever made the commencement programs for the graduation ceremony at Lyndon B. Johnson School of
Pubic Public Affairs left out a much-needed letter. On the plus side, the “eggregious” typo—which the school has apologized for—provided us with some much-needed laughter.
Typos aren’t the only things that plague our writing. Reports The New York Times, knowing when to use a comma, and when not to, can also prove problematic.
Meanwhile, AdPulp‘s David Burn highlights a well-written example of first-person promotional copy on his Chipotle drink cup. However, be advised that after reading it, you will want chips and guac.