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Why limit yourself to so few words when there is a dictionary and an encyclopedia available and limitless communication at your disposal.
Its brevity is both an enigma and its charm. It has been its weakness and strength due to that simplicity.
Keeping it simple is not without success precedent.
One of the most successful children’s books of all time was written with only 50 words. It was a challenge thrown down to Dr Seuss by his editor when he was about to write his next book “Green Eggs with Ham“. To put this in perspective the previous book by Dr Seuss “The Cat in the Hat” was written with 236 words.
Simple is good.
— Internet Billboards (@netbillboards) February 26, 2013
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