Originally Posted by rosstheboss
what's "...the Internet Wednesday..."?
Ross, are you from the USA? Otherwise, if you are used to British or Australian English, it's an American thing...
They drop the "preposition" or something (who knows, I never paid attention to grammar I was into Literature at school with all its delightful artistic license)...
So in the US, they say, "Apple is announcing new products to launch Wednesday, according to Senior VP..." etc. etc. instead of "Apple is announcing that new products will be launched on
In the US the say "Take action by writing your senator..." instead of "Take action by writing to
So the sentence on AppleInsider in British and Australian English would have been written as "A photo of a mysterious notebook leaked on the Internet on
Wednesday is indeed one taken of Apple's...."