So I see, that the English speaking world experiences a similar decline in correct orthography as the German speaking (in which appears the additional factor of a rising use of anglicisms, sometimes totally loose (!) from their original sense (!) - OK, meaning) <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/winkwink.gif" alt="" />

But, while I have sympathy with your wish for a grammatically correct style, and understanding for your rants to the extent that "own style" is not an excuse for false grammar and spelling, especially not to the extent basic spell checking programs would catch them, I also concede, that there may be people, that feel the urge to put ideas "on paper" in English, simply because they want to share them with a wider or international "audience", thus using a more universal language, which is not their own. (<- this is an eaxample of a German originated, long, long sentence <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/winkwink.gif" alt="" /> - I apologise! - or is it apologize?)

In times of crisis it is of the utmost importance not to lose your head (Marie Antoinette)