Sometimes you just need a break—a break from society, a break from your nagging mother, a break from your bratty baby brother, a break from that overly-exhaustive textually dense article published in some scientific research journal two years ago that amounts to 35 pages of single-spaced verbage.

I Can Read You Like A Magazine

You’d be awfully surprised to see the difference a few spaces can make in an online published work. But what’s even more atrociously astounding is the fact that there is actually more than just your regular spacebar space size. And so, some of the examples provided include the following:Screen Shot 2015-11-01 at 10.51.52 PM

A Nightmare Dressed Like A Daydream

Honestly, it doesn’t even matter what topic you’re covering; what matters is the way you choose to present it in. For example, if you were to discuss the quantum mechanics of solar-energy expenditure, you’d better be damn sure to offset those verbose data and results with pretty pictures and spacious marginations.


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