I came across a recent post by Writer's Digest's Brian A. Klems, wherein he praises the CEO of iFixit.com, Kyle Wiens, for standing up for grammar in a piece he wrote recently for the Harvard Business Review. Mr. Klems wrote that when he read the Wiens piece, he began to applaud at his desk.
Mr. Wiens explains that "Good grammar is credibility, especially on the Internet."
I recommend both articles to you.
I let The Curmudgeon out of his dungeon for a brief time so he could join us in the applause.
(cracking whip) Get back in there, you rascal!