One writer, one article, lots of amusing gaffes. This must be Yahoo! Shine:
Some are minor, like neglecting the camel-case in YouTube. Others would embarrass any writer who takes pride in her work:
(A regiment is a military unit of ground troops or a large group of people. A regimen is a system intended to promote health or other beneficial effect.)
A bad headpiece includes a hyphen. Not such a gross error. But an Oreo cookie wearing glasses? Brilliant!
(That’s actually a dangling participle — wearing is the participle (or verb acting as an adjective) and it’s dangling because the noun it’s supposed to modify is nowhere in sight. Instead, it appears to modify the noun following the participial phrase “wearing the glasses.”)
The eyes, it seems, are a single window:
And extraneous words are the essentially the same as unnecessary words:
So, let’s get to the point: This article sucks. It has its potential grammatical uses — but only as an example of what not to do.