Pedantry at its finest

I’ve been reading a internal blog entry that is the second in a series from the “Managing Editor of Global Communications” complaining about the use of jargon inside the company. As is almost always the case, the writer is an American employee. In the first in the series I had a couple of comments, but I just gave up reading this one. After a brief sentence outlining the problem, the blog entry says: I want to make it clear that my beef with all our talk about “wins” is not with the wins themselves, it’s with jargon. “Wins” is a … Continue reading Pedantry at its finest