[AI] webcast on proof reading, quick response needed

prateek aggarwal prateekagarwal99 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 4 10:08:56 EDT 2010


Hey access indians,
As you know, mr. l. subramani had to do a webcast on proof reading and
editing last week, but it could not be done due to some problems at
the 11th hour.
I’m glad to announce that all things have been set up for doing this
webcast this week.
It will be done either  june 5th (Saturday night) or june 6th (Sunday
morning) according to your convenience.
Interested people are requested to please respond quick on what would
be the most suitable time for you to listen this live webcast?
You can write to me personally on
Prateekagarwal99 at gmail.com
To avoid traffic on the list.
The final decision about timings will be made after 10:30 AM on
Saturday, june 5th.
You are requested to please respond before it so that necessary
settings can be made.

Also, those who are interested to join this exclusive webcast, are
requested to visit
www.prateekagarwal.webs.com
and download a zip file available under the webcast section before you
join the webcast.
There are three documents specially prepared by mr. subramani for this
webcast which he will refer during the presentation  to make you
understand the concepts.

Please note, that the webcast can be heard live at
www.prateekagarwal.webs.com


The details of the webcast are given below:


“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 presents 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 for learning the core concepts of proof reading and
editing in an exclusive online webcast.
before you join the webcast, we recommend you download the zip file
that contains 3 important documents.  some of the sections of the
webcast may refer to these, so make sure you have all the documents
and you read them before you go for the webcast.

For more information and downloading the documents, please visit
www.prateekagarwal.webs.com

the webcast can be heard at
www.prateekagarwal.webs.com

regards,
Prateek agarwal.
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