Information is important. Not having enough, troublesome. Too much?
I once saw an advertisement hoarding at a football match. It named the company and its business then proclaimed ‘find us in the local newspaper’. Now why it wasn’t possible to provide a telephone number or a web address I don’t know, but insufficient information, I suspect earned them little business.
The wall in this supermarket entrance explains to me the meaning of the word ‘reusable’. As a result, I find myself reluctant to shop there. ‘Reusable’ is enough. I judge them for their need to patronise me.
I photographed this image below recently. It made me laugh.
It was interesting to me that the addition of the tick and cross, the marking of my effort in effect, was the thing that rankled. Equally it gave me no room for alternative, equally erroneous, parking positions or angles. One right, one wrong.
Sometimes enough is a very personal thing. And enough isn’t always enough, especially when it’s too much.
Notice what is missing and what tips you into too much. This is about you, about me, not about the information.