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SometimesintodaysworldthereissomuchinformationcomingatyoufromsomanydifferentdirectionsthatitfeelslikepeoplearetalkingwithoutspacesandyouarefightingtokeepupthenthingsgetworseASTHEINTENSITYOFTHEINFORMATIONINCREASESANDITSEEMSLIKETHEYAREALLSHOUTINGTHEBIZZARETHINGISTHATAFTERAWHILEYOUSTARTTOGETUSEDTOITANDEVENTUALLYITSALLYOUCANREAD.

but mybe thrs sumthng in it, mby we need a qikr way 2 speek, 1 wiv les lttrs so we cn fit mr wrds on th pg, a higr bndwith frm of cmunicton. thn wd b abl 2 tk mr in. It lks childsh bt by typng lk ths iv savd 63 chrctrs.

and you still understood it.

Or maybe it's aural, maybe the days of the written word are coming to an end, maybe computers will talk to us, and we to them, although interestingly, according to wiki, Reading comprehension speeds have been assessed at 400 wpm for full comprehension whereas adults can listen with full comprehension at only 300 wpm. so it looks like text has the edge when it comes to cramming in information.

whoknows...

maybe cobralingus has the answer

START
CONTROL
OVERLOAD
PURIFY
SAVE

alliknowisthatstandardformsofcommunicationseemsoslowandoldfashionedthesedays...