Jackson McLean
The Not-So-Great Fire of 2013

Picture this: It's September 4th, 2013, and a group of happy coworkers are working away in their shiny new office space, just a couple of weeks after moving. Suddenly, a slight aroma of burning vinyl wafts in through the windows. "Anyone else smell that?" is echoed through their beautiful new... [ keep reading ]

Jackson McLean
When to Use Apostrophes to Pluralize Nouns

If asked which grammar rule grinds our gears the most, it would be apostrophe usage. Not only because it's so often misused; the rule itself is flawed and leaves room for error and confusion. It sounds so simple: pluralize nouns by adding an s, identify possession with an apostrophe then s (or... [ keep reading ]