Okay, time for my next set of critiques, for those who have been waiting for such a long time. Not many people view my blog, but I type as though this fact is untrue.
Luckily, this article has nothing to do with Richard M. Nixon. Instead, I am simply noting an article talking about how the Watergate garage collapsed. No deaths, just one minor injury. Anyway, it was indeed a fascinating article, so you should read about it.
The article was well-written. There was no confusion about what was being communicated. Its purpose was to inform (duh) and to spark concern. It was a very short article, which I found detrimental, not beneficial. There isn’t enough information. Personally, I thought that the article was overrated. I’m a loyal Republicrat (or Democan) and therefore try to be non-denominational (what an oxymoron that is).
Presidential Peculiarities of a Particular Phase.
Apparently Apple heart monitors are unable to work on people who have tattoos.
The article is written for a particular audience, mainly doctors and those knowledgeable in medical terms. Its design was to inform. It was attempted to communicate in as simple language as possible. I liked it, and hope to see the author’s other articles in the future.