Good taste is a skill

Try to find a definition of ‘good taste’ and you’ll likely fail. It seems to be something we’re supposed to innately understand. But given how important it is, it deserves a practical way to understand it. So, here goes:

Good taste is knowing what your audience will like just before they do.

Your audience might be people who are coming over for dinner, or it might be the million people who watch…

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