I buy a LOT of books - paper and ebooks. I've noticed that the quality of the writing - at least in the fiction category - is lower in ebooks. Yes, the barrier to entry ("getting published") has changed. So has the available toolset (e.g. Grammarly) to help self-publishers keep quality up - which, apparently, they ignore.
It leaves me wondering whether reactions to things like spelling and grammar are personal anachronisms. Does it matter if someone mis-spells a word, if you know what they meant? Is grammatical structure worth the effort? Does it matter in media?
I really, really wanted to like this video:
But I couldn't get past this kind of thing:
0:26 "Typography it's words and sentences".
2:02 "To the more substancial"
Teeny, tiny things. Nits in a very nicely-crafted video. Should I care?
(Yes, the designer is French, but the choice of language was his...)
Media tools like After Effects and Motion tend to lack things like spelling and grammar checking - it feels like going back to a stick shift. It's easy to miss typos if you're used to the little red squiggle. But, geez, if you're going to produce something this cool...