Double Space After a Period?
One of our clients recently asked us about double spaces after a period. The funny thing is that double spaces after a period originated with the typesetting machine or typewriters. Adding an extra space made it easier for the reader. However, with word processors and computers, the need for that extra space diminished. It’s not incorrect to put two spaces, it’s just not necessary nowadays. The typeface of digital fonts and a single space provides enough space to indicate the sentence is over and the next one has begun. But if you are still working on a typewriter, be sure to add that extra space. The ironic thing is the other day my five-year-old son and I were visiting my mom at her office and he noticed the typewriter in the corner of the room. He said, “Grandmother, what is wrong with that computer?”
List to Live By
I recently received this “list to live by” from a good friend and thought it was worth sharing. Enjoy! The most destructive habit………………….Worry The greatest joy………………………….Giving The […]
TRIO Web Design Tips
Brief article with some tips for Web site design and content: https://www.businessknowhow.com/internet/web-design-mistakes.htm My favorites are: 2. Text-heavy Pages Actually, lots of text is OK, just don’t use […]