Posts:March 2011, Message Delivery and Presentation

Tragedy in Japan: Addressing Natural Disasters

by James Donnelly| March 14, 2011

The situation in northeast Japan is grim and may soon get worse. At the time of this writing, the earthquake and resulting tsunami has led to early estimates between 900 and 1,800 dead. That does not include the nearly 9,500 people unaccounted for in the coastal town Minamisanriku. Japanese authorities are also presuming that two […]

Geography Refresher

by Editor| March 8, 2011

Is it more correct for English speakers to write “Deutschland” as the name for the country in northern central Europe, or “Germany”? Or, in the middle of a sentence, is it more correct to write “the United Arab Emirates” or “The United Arab Emirates” for the country in the Middle East? And is “Mumbai” more […]