Metaphors, broken and otherwise

This post resonated something fierce. I'm also in a day job where my main priority is communicating often highly technical information for business leaders who may or may not come from a tech background. I never know who exactly is reading, whether English is their first language, etc. so being able to wield things like metaphors with care is a big part of my day.

I was not familiar with Moby Diction or David Drysdale (the man behind the curtain, apparently) before today, but after today you can rest assured I'll be reading up and have already subscribed to his newsletter.