There’s not much to positive to say about this article on Yahoo! Shine. But I give the writer props for spelling Hillary Clinton’s name correctly. But I gotta take off points for the expression “in that time” when it doesn’t refer to an actual time period. (The writer meant “since that time.”)
Any professional writer should know that the idiom is not “baited breath,” unless it involves earthworms. The idiom is “bated breath,” meaning “reduced or lessened breath” or a state of almost stopping breathing as a result of a strong emotion like fear.
No shots to the head here, and no headshots, which is what the writer meant:
I don’t believe it was Ms. Clinton’s BlackBerry that went viral, but a picture of her with a BlackBerry.
Twitter followers are usually of the human type:
Don’t you wonder if someone has people followers, what other kind of followers they also have? I know I do.