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. . . Monday, April 12, 2010  
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Writing to the Audience

“Uneducated, uninformed, unskilled, inept citizen-journalists would be gone in a flash if it were not for the fact that they have such a large audience of uneducated, uninformed, unskilled, inept readers. Unfortunately that audience is growing. Education is the answer, as it always has been. All good writers are frustrated by the fact that they have to write to an audience who cannot comprehend what they read."
--David Bresnahan, public relations consultant, 2009

Editor's Note: Garbage in, garbage out?
Today's Wish-I-Were-Here Photo: Seadogs. . .

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