I have been following this forum for several years now - across 3 countries and 2 different consultancies. I value it as a networking tool, and I am truly believe it is unique in nature.
I used to be amused by people that would correct others spelling - I could never imagine taking time out of my day to post a wholy unconstructive post to reprimand someone for his use of correct punctuation / spelling.
Now however, I have to come and say something. If you take the time off out of your day, to come and post here - telling someone how to spell 'thier' or 'their' - you are a looser with a capital L.
I usually post on this site in a hurry, perhaps with 6 open browsers, whilst on the phone and eating a sandwhich - I presume others can identify with this scenario.
I therefore, consider the content of what I write of paramount importance - NOT if I forgot my apostrophe when writing youre.
Cause guess what - I still went to Harvard, still got my 6 figures, still have my pipeline - and yes - I use a spellchecker. When I was interning at BCG - one of the most talented partners I ever met, wrote letters in Excel. At first I was shocked - but then i appreciated that everyone has thier own eccentricities.