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Struggling to find inspiration for that blog post on your to-do list, or that press release that's due next week?
Here are ten reference sites that every writer needs to bookmark:
- The Taxonomy of Logical Fallacies
- A Handbook of rhetorical devices
- Data Visualization: Modern Approaches
- MBA in a Page (hat tip to Guy Kawasaki)
- Word spy - a dictionary of neologisms
- Purdue's Online Writing Lab - grammar and writing guidelines
- Economist Style Guide online
- Wikipedia. I'm against using it as a primary source but it's a great place to start your research
Any other suggestions for essential reference sites we may have missed?