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May 18, 2007


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Kai @ BlogWorks

I think the length of a sentence doesn't really matter. Nothing becomes less boring simply because it's written in shorter sentences.


Kai@BlogWorks — You wrote: "Nothing becomes less boring simply because it's written in shorter sentences."

Yes! And that is always a big part of the debate --- how do you keep people's attention? While it's important to make things completely understandable, where is the point where the writing/writer loses the audience?

Depends on who the audience is, subject matter, a ton of other factors...

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