What do the terms "today" and "tomorrow" mean?
Original post made by Alamo Ron on May 26, 2010
Don't use headlines with an indeterminate date such as, "Today is the last day to register for the June 8 primary election" or "Tonight's Planning Commission meeting is canceled."
Since articles stay on your website for several days, terms like "today" and "tonight" quickly lose their meaning. Use date-specific terms instead: "May 24 is the last day to register."
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