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Utopias and dystopias --Move (in your mind of course) to a

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utopias and dystopias -- "Move" (in your mind of course) to a utopia or dystopia of the future. Imagine every possible aspect of that society, from big picture to tiniest detail. Spend some time sketching it all out in your mind, then write a 1000 word letter back to our world, to warn us about the dystopia or get us excited about the utopia. The audience is a citizen of our world, can be fictionalized as a friend, family member, newspaper, or the younger self of the letter writer. Have fun whichever one you pick.
MEMORANDUM TO: Jane Smith FROM: Gail Yosh CC: John Doe DATE: April 25, 2021 RE: Your subject line should be brief but specific A memo (or memorandum) is a unique business document. It is generally used for communicating policies, procedures, or related official business within an organization. A memo’s purpose is often to inform, but it occasionally includes an element
of persuasion or a call to action. There are a few items you need to note about memos that make them different from other business documents such as emails, business letters, and business reports. Format The following are general formatting guidelines for memos. · Memos do not use a salutation like in an email or letter. You should not start with, “Dear XXX.” · The first paragraph of a memo always tells the reader why you’re writing your memo. For example, “At our meeting on June 14th, you asked me to review our latest sales report and provide an analysis. Below is a summary of my findings.”
· Memos are not usually longer than 2-3 pages if they are being used as a summary report. · Like all business communications, your last paragraph should end with a way your reader can contact you with questions. For example, “Please feel free to contact me at XXXX should you have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you.” · Memos do not have a closing line. They do not use Sincerely or have your name at the bottom like an email or letter. Why? Your name is at the top, and since memos are primarily used for inter- organizational communication, the recipient knows who you are. · When memos are used as a summary report, you will often see bolded section titles. · You can use bullet points in your memos if you want to list items in a section, but this will depend on what you are writing. I used them here to list items. If you are not listing details, keep to paragraphs.
Tone & Professionalism As with all business documents, memos should be written in formal, not conversational language. And, just like all of your communications, they should be impeccably written, with no grammatical or proofreading errors. Please let me know if you have any questions about how to format a memo. There are 3 examples. Example 1 I might have heard the word Utopia and dystopia before, but maybe some of you haven't taken enough time to understand its meaning. I believe you guys have come to the perfect place to get to understand these two terms. We can begin our journey by understanding the concept behind
these two words which might be a puzzle to some of you. Utopia and Dystopia I believe refer to two

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