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Rule #1

Posted by Michael Dolan on January 20, 2014 in Uncategorized |

The first rule in George Orwell’s rules for writing is “Never use a combination of words you are used to seeing in print.”

Always be fresh.

Drop these clichés:

Unbeknownst

Boggles the mind

State of the Art

Third rail

Cutting edge

Methinks

Aforementioned

Or lack thereof

 

 

 

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