If you believe the internet is the fount of all wisdom, giving free rein to bloggers to exercise their vocal cords, think again. Ancient English cliches and expressions are being mangled by the culture of cut and paste and the spread of unchecked writing on the internet.
According to the Oxford English Corpus, a database of a billion words, dozens of traditional phrases are now more commonly misspelled than rendered correctly in written English.
What phrases? Well, for starters:
font of knowledge (or wisdom)
If you don't know why all of the above are incorrect (and even if you do), click over and read the article. And if you have anything to contribute to this list, tell us in the Comments.