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  • "They've a temper, some of them -- particularly verbs, they're the proudest -- adjectives you can do anything with, but not verbs."

    – Lewis Carroll

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Ever since the first scribe nudged his sleepy cat off the parchment and got down to work... the task of transmitting information, useful or otherwise, has been laid upon words.

If it's true that a picture is worth a thousand words, then it's equally true that a well-written explanation is worth a thousand hours spent trying to figure out what kind of meaning you're supposed to derive from that beautifully composed but essentially ambiguous image. As you try to figure out what to do about tab A and slot B, you find yourself wishing that pictures could talk. But wait! Look at that incredibly informative yet succinct and cleverly written caption! Ah, now I get it! A few helpful, well-chosen and persuasive words are exactly what's needed to clarify the thesis, the pitch, the idea. A few helpful, well-chosen and persuasive words are exactly what we provide. Read on.