henry copeland: @magger You might try Pullquote.com -- hunting pullquotes in longer text is fun. pllqt.it/r9j4fg
Web readers like it short?We're active participants on the Web, looking for information and diversion. It's natural that people prefer short articles. As Nielsen states, motivated readers who want to know everything about a subject (i.e., parents trying to get their kid into a New York preschool) will read long treatises with semicolons, but the rest of us are snacking. His advice: Embrace hypertext. Keep things short for the masses, but offer links for the Type A's.