New Socio-intellectual Network Allows Creative Minds to Author Their Own Phrases and Transcend in a Few Words

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"In a Few Words..." focuses on capturing Extraordinary Phrases by Ordinary People by providing a virtual platform for users to post, share and discover their most memorable self-authored phrases -- in just a few words.

You can't argue with the Coke machine

In a Few Words, Inc. -- http://www.inafewwords.com -- launched today a new Socio-intellectual Network aimed at providing a virtual platform for users to post their most memorable self-authored phrases, and capture in just a few words their personal views on any imaginable topic.

"Our goal at In a Few Words is to establish a worldwide forum of never-before-published phrases, and provide a concise and relevant vehicle for users to express, share, and discover occasional thoughts that come to their minds," said Izzy Weitzman, CEO and Co-founder of In a Few Words.

There are several quotations sites available for consultation on the web, but they are designed to serve as directories of quotes from well know authors or historic personalities. In contrast, In a Few Words is solely focused on capturing 'Extraordinary Phrases by Ordinary People' and providing a more current and urban fabric of knowledge.

Some examples of phrases posted during the beta testing period are:

"You can't argue with the Coke machine" -- by Paul Love

"Don't overthink your life, overlive it" -- by Kevin McCargar

"Did we create the gods, or did the gods create us?" -- by Alejandro Poler

Famous phrases have frequently been cited as an orienting light for life. A few words of wisdom have inspired generations across continents and cultures. "We hope this new destination enables people from all corners of life to share their own words of wisdom and, in this process, discover their hidden talent as writers, philosophers, or just great thinkers," said Maxim Weitzman, the company's Co-founder.

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