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WANTED: Is Written Language DEAD OR ALIVE?

We are constantly altering the forms we have inherited from previous generations, and these changes are signs of life and vitality. Indeed: The things that don’t change, the forms that rigidify, come to look to us like death — and … Continue reading Continue reading

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Card-Carrying Members, Kind of Pregnant,… — Just Saying: Actions Do Not Speak Louder Than Words

If you maintain that (your) actions speak louder than (your) words, then that is an indication that you yourself are insincere. That is not some astounding new discovery, but it has significant impact on an online discussion I took part … Continue reading Continue reading

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In a World Undergoing Revolutionary Change, a Long Past Career Bio or Historical Sketch is a Drawback

I just read an “about”-type page which included the leadership team members, with a more or less short biographical sketch of each member. The shorter the bio, the better it seemed. This is probably not always the case — but … Continue reading
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