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Use Punctuation Wisely!

I couldn’t help but chuckle at this recent story from The Boston Globe on the overuse of exclamation points. Remember when email first came into prevalence? I do. Suddenly writing in all caps meant you were virtually yelling at someone. Typing made it easier to EMPHASIZE YOUR WORDS in a way that handwriting just couldn’t. With a quick touch of command + b, u, or i your words could be bolded, underlined, and italicized.
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