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Quote of the Day - There iz no alternativ. Every possible reezon that could ever be offered for altering the spelling of wurds stil exists in full force; and if a gradual reform should not be made in our language, it will proov that we are less under the influence of reezon than our ancestors. - Noah Webster
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Eliminating (Most) Spellling Errors In Blogs

You may not have noticed, but if you're a blogger, there's another way to spell check your post.  While some of the mainstay blogging platforms offer spellcheck as part of their service, not all bloggers use those platforms.  MIPTC, for example, is built on an independent platform more like a webpage FTP site. 

To get the free feature, download the Google Toolbar and add the spellcheck icon to the toolbar.  Then, while you're in your post prior to uploading it, just click on the spellcheck icon.  The feature is actually meant to check internet forms (dialog boxes), but in most blogging platforms, the entry mechanism is a giant dialog box that Google can spellcheck.

Yes, the headline misspelling was intentional.  Just seeing if you were paying attention.

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