Anyone who knows me probably knows that I'm a grammar freak. I'm not saying my grammar is perfect; it's nowhere close. But I have many pet peeves regarding common mistakes with the English language.

Scott Hanselman blogged about some one-page reference sites, including a link to this link to a site listing common errors made with the English language. Although it's not the prettiest of sites, I like it a lot and I marked it as a favorite.

Probably one of my biggest pet peeves is this one: "Could care less" vs. "Could not care less". If you could care less, that means that you care, but the point you're trying to make is that you don't care at all and therefore, you could not care less.