The obscure word of the week is judgement

This week’s obscure English word is judgement. Or judgment. It’s not obscure of itself, of course, but what’s interesting – and somewhat obscure – about it is the spelling. Usually we’d associate differences of this kind with United States or British English. But this time that’s not entirely true. ‘Judgment’ is usually standard US spelling, … More The obscure word of the week is judgement

Blocking out the WordPress future… and it’s Gutenberg

I took the plunge a couple of weeks back and dived in to the new WordPress block-editor, which they’ve called Gutenberg, after Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg (1400 – 1468) who invented the printing press for the west. This post is written using the new system. I didn’t do this lightly. My main irritation … More Blocking out the WordPress future… and it’s Gutenberg