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Why people don't read online and what to do about it

Ubiquity, Volume 2005 Issue November | BY Michelle Cameron 


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Oops. I forgot to put a number there: 1: I have noticed that when I make something long people will not even attempt to read it and it almost drives me to drink: 2. It's one of my pet peeves as I can pretty much understand the point someone is making on a post even if it's broken English so long as it's NOT text speak or I am totally lost on that. 3. This comment form is really weird how it has a sideways scroll bar instead of up and down as my words will vanish to the right.

��� Kyle Hill, Thu, 08 Dec 2011 06:55:38 UTC

I have noticed that when I make something long unless I put out numbers to break things up people will NOT even attempt to read what I say and it almost drives me to drink. It's on of my pet peeves as I can pretty much understand or get the gist anybody's posts unless they are written in text speak then I am totally lost.

��� Kyle, Thu, 08 Dec 2011 06:52:57 UTC

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