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Fortunately through some web archive sleuthing I was able to find a copy of the original tips.
I originally just wanted to share these with a friend, but figured why not share with all of you. Original credit for summarizing goes to DoshDosh. But the tips are too good not to have published somewhere.
Keep these tips in mind as when every company is a media companyeffective writing rules. Avoid the obvious content. Begin by putting down the arguments that come to your mind. Be against college football for some reason or reasons of your own.
They are intellectual exercises, and it is legitimate to argue now one way and now another, as debaters do in similar circumstances. Always take the side that looks to you hardest, least defensible.
It will almost always turn out to be easier to write interestingly on that side. For most the soundest advice is to be seeking always for the picture, to be always turning general remarks into seeable examples.
Instead of taking a couple of obvious points off the surface of the topic and then circling warily around them for six paragraphs, you work in and explore, figure out the details.
Delete these phrases whenever they creep into your paper.
Decide what you want to say and say it as vigorously as possible, without apology and in plain words. Writing in the modern world, you cannot altogether avoid modern jargon.
But you can do much if you will mount guard against those roundabout phrases, those echoing polysyllables that tend to slip into your writing to rob it of its crispness and force.
They are no creation of yours but pieces of common thought floating in the community soup… No writer avoids them altogether, but good writers avoid them more often than poor writers. They are dressy instead of plain, specific instead of general, loud instead of soft.
The question of whether to use loaded words or not depends on what is being written. They are applied to everything, lose their original force, and quickly die.This is an EXCELLENT guide!
I totally agree that reading vague statements that say nothing concrete is very annoying. Your specific examples on what to write and not write sheds a lot of light.
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