Sunday, July 21, 2013

The real advantage in ruthlessly pruning your writing is that you're left with pieces you can use later.

Tom links to Michael Hudson's The Insider’s Economic Dictionary. Reminded me of this, cut from yesterday's post:
I'd rather straighten out the terms "real" (which is used to mean "what we would have paid if prices never went up") and "nominal" (which is used to mean "what we actually paid").

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