After a life-time of definitely not gainful employment in the study hobby of making the English language easier to learn, you do pick up various tit-bits. These I wanted to leave out (until I could complete a long edition) for a short no-frills edition of the essentials of my hard-earned appreciation of the heroic measures demanded of this simplified English project.
There is no way that I could convince the typical reader of the need for such a drastic, yet in some respects conservative, reform. It took me most of my existence, to get there, so how can I expect anyone else, to agree: Ah yes, that's the way to do it, mate!
I learned the hard way that the only memorable short-hand is based on simplified versions of the familiar alfabet: Single-stroke English (SE).