Indite vs Indict
Indite (archaic) means to compose or write.
Indict means to formally charge with a crime; to accuse of wrongdoing.
Insight vs Incite
Insight is intuitive understanding; the ability to see inner character or underlying truth.
For someone so young, he has a lot of insight.
Incite means to encourage, to stimulate into action.
The protesters incited a riot.
Compare to vs Compare with
These two are sometimes interchangeable, but compared to is used when you're stressing similarity, whereas compared with is used when you're examining both similarities and differences.
Compared to mom's cooking, cafeteria food tastes like garbage.
Bob compared a Chevy with a Ford to see which truck was the better buy.
Now for a not-so-fun announcement...
Google Reader will be gone as of July 1st.
(Nope. Not kidding.)
If you want to protest the change, some people are doing that here. There are many more. Just google (ironically) 'Petition Google.'
If you're looking for alternatives, Feedly is one app you can try. I'm sure people will be blogging about other alternatives. At least we have a few months to figure out what to do.
In working toward my own transition, I've been adding blogs to the new reader and deleting them from 'follow by email.' If I've disappeared from your blog roll, that's probably why.
Thanks for visiting. :)