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June 24, 2012, 08:55:35 PM
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Erik Voorhees's article is more powerful when read out loud

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I've always found that people that write with short declarative statements are best read aloud to yourself. One reason is that they economize their thoughts. Their logic is best emphasized with inflection rather than long backgrounds and explanations. Often they choose verbiage that forms almost poetic meter, which also sounds better read aloud.

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