This outstanding quote belongs to famous Anton Chekhov and dates back to 1889. But his message feels even more relevant today than 125 years ago: there is so much data and information available today that if you want for your voice to be heard, be brief and be to the point. And, for sure, give your readers something truly original and interesting to think about. And being brief while successfully delivering your message is a true sign of your talent.
But is there really a strong link between the reader’s attention and the amount of information provided? In other words, is the reader as focused when dealing with a large document as when reading a small one?
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Lots of things in Japan are… unusual. This is why the country is so interesting to many of us. The picture above, however, surprised me a bit. It seems like the ladies promoting Gucci’s goods are… witches flying on one broom.
There might be some meaning to this that I am not getting. But this is fine. Advertising is the engine of the progress. Hopefully, this engine works for Gucci.
BTW, about 10% of Gucci’s revenues come from Japan and about 35% come from Asia-Pacific region. Only about 20% come from North America.
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Funny yet relevant warnings observed on the subway in Tokyo. There are too many folks walking with phones in their hands and playing, texting, reading, etc. while walking.
Result: they are bumping into each other and getting injured in many different ways.
Action: put this and other relevant warnings and hope people will pay attention.
Which is unlikely, by definition, since they are all looking at their phones while passing by.