When revising your own texts, change the font to something entirely different after the first read-through. Now read through everything again and I promise you'll discover different mistakes.

@fribbledom My trick is to compose on a text screen and then review it on a graphics screen. Sometimes the other way. Regardless, it forces ones eyes to at least *look*. :)

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@billblake2018 @fribbledom Exactly, a major advantage of non-WYSIWYG word processing: you see the text in two formats.

For blog posts it helps a lot to type it in as HTML in a fixed-pitch editor then proofread in a browser.

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