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Words [Not] to Capitalize in AP-Styled Titles: Don't Mess With a Mouse

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Published on Dec 12, 2014

LIMERICK DETAILS

If you can memorize this short limerick (http://adamjonrichardson.com/2014/11/...), you can remember which words to capitalize in AP-Styled titles.
1) Capitalize the first and last word of the title.
2) At all other positions, capitalize all words EXCEPT the words 3 letters or less in this limerick.

The limerick text is below:

So a mouse near an eagle and a snake,
Keeps in watch on the shore of a lake.
Yet at night, up to pounce,
But don’t judge by might or ounce,
For neither bird nor serpent would awake.

PRODUCTION DETAILS

Julia, Brianna, and Sarah Richardson worked hard one afternoon to produce the video (ok, ok, dad did a lot, too) because they wanted to learn a bit about video production. There were lots of opportunities to learn in terms of video production, including lighting, chroma keying, voice over, and the time investment required to produce even a short video.

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