I re-opened the comments on the Losing My Religion post. I promoted the post a little, so I wanted to let people comment on it. You know, if someone wants to tell me that I wasn’t a “real” Christian, congratulate me on finding reality, or just tell me to stop being such an attention whore. Whatever. All comments welcome.
And, since I just looked this up to make sure I was doing it right (yes, I am that neurotic), I thought I would share this will you. It’s part of my new value-add approach to blogging.
Hyphenated Words in Titles
A general rule of thumb is to always capitalize the first unit and capitalize the second unit if it’s a noun or adjective or if it has equal balance with the first unit.
- “Twentieth-Century Poets in South America”
- “City-States in Nineteenth Century Europe”
- “Non-Christian Religions in North America”
The second unit should be in lower case if it’s a participle modifying the first unit or if both units constitute a single word.
- “English-speaking People throughout Asia”
- “Medium-sized Companies with Unions”
- “E-flat Minor Melody”
- “Self-fulfilling Prophecies in Small-Town America”
- “Re-establishing a Youthful Outlook”
Speaking of blogging, what on earth am I still doing here, you may be wondering. Yes, I am being a total flake. I am sorry. Life happens. As you have read, I have been going through a lot of changes and just haven’t been able to focus on wrapping up She’s Right the way I wanted to. I have not changed my mind about ending She’s Right for good, though, and my new blog is almost ready for the big reveal.