Originally Posted by royster
This is VERY valuable information I did not know, I REALLY appreciate that feed back. While I am almost twice your age, I'm about half as computer-savvy. Thank you for taking the time to point this out.
You're welcome. For more usability information, go to useit.com: Jakob Nielsen on Usability and Web Design
. Speaking as someone with a genius-level IQ, a college-level vocabulary, and who has taken journalism classes that required her to write on a 5th-grade level, I must forewarn you that communicating what you're trying to communicate using smaller, simpler words is incredibly difficult. The best such writing I have seen has been done by Ernest Hemingway, a famous journalist and author. My favorite Hemingway example to use happens to be his shortest of his short stories. It's 6 words long and packs a real punch:
"For sale: Baby shoes, never worn."
If you think writing something like that was easy, try to create a story with the same amount of impact in 6 words. I've been working on it for a while, and I've never come close.