COLUMN: An overabundance of information
Source: Summerland Review
Author: John Arendt
Excerpt: Some of the most significant, most influential writings of all time have been surprisingly short.
The Magna Carta, signed in 1215, is less than 3,000 words or the equivalent of 12 typewritten pages in length.
Martin Luther’s Ninety-five Theses, posted in 1517, is less than 2,700 words long, translated into English. That works out to 10 pages, typed and double-spaced.
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