Some Thoughts to Frame The Day
'No one can write decently who is distrustful of the reader's intelligence, or whose attitude is patronizing.'
-- the immortal word stylist E.B. White
'When you write, you make a sound in the reader's head. It can be a dull mumble -- that's why so much government prose makes you sleepy -- or it can be a joyful noise, a sly whisper, a throb of passion.'
-- Former NYT op-ed columnist Russell Baker