It only makes a difference to the writer who will consider sentence case 'wrong' because it's something new and something they'll need to think about while they transition. From the reader perspective, all the comments will say you must stay with title case, but in reality 99.9% of your population will never notice. » 7/24/13 6:32pm 7/24/13 6:32pm

Slate had the best rebuttal which I'm jealous I never thought of. They ask the question why is it okay for Conservatives to use racial profiling when it comes to safety and security, but when it comes to college admissions and affirmative action it's considered unamerican to judge a person by their race and only the… » 7/24/13 6:30pm 7/24/13 6:30pm

I am all for online education, but besides being quality instruction I believe it must be targeted to students with specific learning types. And if schools are going to offer varied learning methods, they must take some ownership in quantifing which students will succeed under which paradigm. » 7/23/13 5:37pm 7/23/13 5:37pm

Ditto from another heavy traveler. At first I was wondering if gender played a role...I'm female and have absolutely no issue defending my seat space against encroachment. As a dedicated window sitter I will gladly give the middle seat both arm rest. But after that, no part of your body gets to cross the imaginary… » 7/23/13 3:03pm 7/23/13 3:03pm

Apologies to Mr. Rather, but while reading this (the first recap I've ever read) I had a pretty good suspicion DR hadn't exactly written this himself. I just can't see the esteemed news man using 'in a world of hurt' in normal conversations. But when I got to the end and saw the writer's credits I'm now more… » 7/22/13 4:45pm 7/22/13 4:45pm