Manifesto, Part N-4

A typical aphorism is a gift of conventional wisdom, economically stated. It gives shape to a stereotype, and promotes it as a generalized pattern suitable for reification. Never mind the winning interface: conventional wisdom stays true to its (almost) entirely useless self.

I embrace economical presentation, but there similarities should end. I bake statements for reverse-engineering into a fairly narrow range of mise-en-scènes, with premeditated benefit.
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