An article from the New York Times comments on the affect social media and Internet slang is having on our language and means of communication. On sentence fragments:

“Indeed, fragments are indicative of how quickly we pass judgment while on the Internet without investigating an issue too deeply. We share articles and videos that conform to our prejudices but rarely seek out opposing views, and hardly ever link to them unless it’s to mock them.”

Mary Allen is a writer working, crafting, and making bad puns in the San Francisco Bay Area. More from this author →