I read the chain on whether "the information below" or "the below information" is correct usage- consensus was that both are, although I distinctly prefer the former. I have noticed a really irritating relatd trend, mostly in email, where the sender references simply "the below" without including an object. I work a lot with Indian colleagues, and it is rife in their communications, but I have also seen it increasingly in US based communications, including in a delivery notice email from FedEx ("To help ensure successful delivery of your shipment, please review the below."). Before I ban my team from using it ever again, I just want to be sure that it is grammatically incorrect. I think it's a great example of how electronic communications are changing our language, beyond texting lingo. I am not sure pointing out that it is incorrect will change anything, but it just drives me crazy everytime I see it.