Date: 2016-09-03 04:01 pm (UTC)
This is pretty true of scientific journal writing as well. Most of my articles have been published in journals with no word limit, which has led to some 10,000+ word articles (shame on me...). Then I wanted to publish something in a venue that had a hard limit of 3500 words (including ways of calculating how many "words" a table or figure accounted for. Cutting something that was originally 6000+ words down to less than 3000 was one of the best writing exercises I have ever undertaken...
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