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Letter to the Financial Times
Slightly off topic, but I’ve had a letter published in the Financial Times today. After Michael Skapinker wrote a piece discussing the role of jargon, I commented that in sailing, jargon has a very useful place, allowing experienced sailors to communicate exactly what they want with precision.
Jargon can be useful when it provides clarity and speed; it is bad when it is used to bamboozle or confound outsiders, or to mask the speaker’s lack of understanding.