Solt As They Plese

Robert Mills

Today I was made aware of A Pickle for the Knowing Ones by Timothy Dexter. This is a book where Dexter ‘complained about politicians, the clergy and his wife.’ According to Wikipedia, the book contains 8,847 words, 33,864 letters and absiolutelty no punctuation.

Following complaints about the difficulty reader’s had, Dexter decided to put this right with the second edition and included a whole page pf punctuation at the back of the book. His explanation of this is quoted as being:

Fouder mister printer the Nowing ones complane of...

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What is content?

Robert Mills

Today I was asked the question, what do you mean by content?

The conversation that led to that question involved me talking to my pal Ed about an event where all things content related are discussed and shared (more on that soon!).

That chat was several hours ago as I sit here and type this post. The reason I felt compelled to blog is because that question stopped me in my tracks. I actually struggled to answer it without pausing and contemplating.

In my head I knew what content...

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