The New York Times has begun a section dedicated to one of our favorite topics…wait for it…writing! Known as Draft, the series features essays on the craft of writing from experts who spend their lives in the world of words. This is the place to come for interesting grammar tips and tricks, complete with quirky bits of history for you fun fact enthusiasts. We live under the rule of the 140 character limit, so words now, more than ever, need to be carefully selected. The contributors to Draft are ensuring that we in the digital age learn how to wield a pen (or keyboard or touchscreen) to the best of our ability. A great place to start, especially for the Twitter lovers out there, is Constance Hale’s post on the Sentence as a Miniature Narrative. We at Livescribe will be linking back to Draft posts we find particularly interesting from time to time, so keep an eye out. Until then, happy writing!