The story of why Ludwig is named Ludwig

The story of why Ludwig is named Ludwig

The limits of my language mean the limits of my world
Increase your productivity and quality of writing with Ludwig’s Desktop App!

Increase your productivity and quality of writing with Ludwig’s Desktop App!

The cost of one innocent interruption According to a research study at the University of California, Irvine and Humboldt University, it takes an average of 23 minutes and 15 seconds to refocus every time one gets distracted at work. Even if it was a 30-second interruption to check Facebook or
Ludwig Premium: open letter to our friends and users

Ludwig Premium: open letter to our friends and users

Dear friend and user, This open letter explains to you why and how we decided that Ludwig would have a premium version. Everything at Ludwig revolves around bringing more democracy to the English language. We think that if English is supposed to be the universal language, then it should belong
‘Log in’, ‘login’, ‘log-in’ and other similar examples – Which is correct?

‘Log in’, ‘login’, ‘log-in’ and other similar examples – Which is correct?

Login / log-in / log in (along with other similar examples such as: signin / sign-in / sign in, signup / sign-up / signup, signout / sign-out / sign out, logout / log-out / logout) are known to cause a great deal of confusion to writers. Take: Login / log-in and log in for example. Though we commonly use this word
‘On the level’ vs ‘at the level’

‘On the level’ vs ‘at the level’

Are both prepositions correct? Do they mean the exact same thing? I have had this doubt myself and I decided to do some research and clear it out for once and all. When I have such doubts on English language usage, I go to – surprise, surprise – Ludwig and I searched