Since that page listing the top ten most common grammatical mistakes to which I linked yesterday is still the most popular link here at 'Not PC,' here's a link to another piece of pedantry, this time from Josh, who has it in for everyone who overuses the phrase "methinks she doth protest too much." Too many people, he says, don't realise "it doesn't really mean what people use it to mean these days anyway." And he has a point.
And for those who liked the heads up on those troublesome words, can I recommend Bill Bryson's 'Dictionary of Troublesome Words.' Bloody useful.
(And a chocolate fish goes to the first person to explain the rule 'broken' in the title of this post.)
LINKS: Pedantry update - Josh, Brain Stab
Dictionary of Troublesome Words - Amazon.Com