[AI] webcast on proof reading by mr. l. subramani!

aisha sahani mailtoaishasahani at gmail.com
Sat May 29 08:11:06 EDT 2010


fantastic step.
thanks to mr. subramani and prateek  for organizing such a useful session.
prateek, i am sure your technical support has made it all possible.

thanks a lot.

aisha sahani.

On 5/29/10, prateek aggarwal <prateekagarwal99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> “Proofreading is vitally important, hard to do well, and tedious as
> hell.” ~Brian Clark.
>
> Proofreading traditionally means reading  a proof copy  of a text
>  in order to detect and correct any errors. Modern proofreading often
> requires reading
> copy
>  at earlier stages as well.
>
> Whether you are writing a magazine article, a college essay or an
> email to a client, getting your text free of mistakes is essential.
> Having an erroneous article, essay or   e-mail may sabotage your task,
> frustrate your client, or even may cause you deduction in marks.
> Is there any way out that  may make your writing perfect and error free?
>
> In the words of Mark Twain, "In the first place God made idiots," he
> once wrote. "This was for practice. Then he made proof-readers.".
> So, are proof readers made by god?
> May be yes, but it’s even possible for people like you and me to learn
> the art of proof reading and editing.
> All that’s required is a passion to learn, interest in reading and
> writing, and above all, an expert  who can teach all the concepts with
> patients.
>
> If you having a passion and interest,  then an expert wants to teach you.
> One of the india’s premier journalists, mr. l. subramani is going to
> present an exclusive webcast about how to do proof reading and
> editing.
> Mr. l. subramani is a visually impaired person himself,but his
> excellence and expertise always proves him better then his sighted
> counterparts.
>  Join mr,  subramani at 10:00 AM Indian standard time on Sunday 30th
> may 2010 for learning the core concepts of proof reading and editing
> in an exclusive online webcast.
>
>
> How to join:
> Tune in the webcast by going to
> www.prateekagarwal.webs.com
> on this page, you will find a link call “go to webcast page”. Click
> this link and then the link “join the webcast” to play the webcast in
> your web browser.
> If you are not able to listen it in your web browser, you can play it
> in your favorite media player as well.
> Find the links I.E. “play in winamp and Itunes”, “play in windows
> media player”, “play in real player” and so on.
>
> For more information, visit www.prateekagarwal.webs.com
>
> Please contact me on
> Prateekagarwal99 at gmail.com
>
> in case of any difficulty.
>
>
> Disclaimer:
> Though all the efforts have been made to make the webcast available,
> but neither the presenter nor the website will be responsible for any
> technical error, disruption or so on.
>
> regards,
> Prateek agarwal.
>  Skype:
> Prateek_agarwal32
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> http://www.myfriendprateek.blogspot.com
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>
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