I received an email recently inviting me to join a new platform of some sort. The reason why I can’t explain it to you is because the email was confusing as to what the platform/product is.
Okay. This is decently written. I think the goal is to create a website with this platform. Because there aren’t others out there?
And now here we go with the spelling errors and misuse of grammar. I understand when a word or two slips by the editor. I miss things. Because we humans do that thing called “closure”. We know what’s supposed to be on the page, so we make it happen even though there are errors. But for the love of all things proper, your proof reader was crunk.
Kudos to Hustlers Hustlin for trying to create something new. But seriously, I can’t take you seriously when you can’t spell, your grammar sucks, and I really don't see how your product is beneficial. You’re not re-inventing user-friendly web creation. You didn’t invent group emailing or user-exclusive domain addresses. I think I’ll just keep the Crack Wise website right where it is.
I’m already hustlin’.
See, that’s with an apostrophe!
Editor-in-chief Kathy Vogel shares what's on her mind... through her fingers.