[…] there is a certain critical point at which the use of Occam’s razor castrates a text rather than circumcising it. If most of the redundancies were removed, there would remain in most cases only noise and no perceptible information. The dialogical battle [...] is about locating this critical point, where the highest quantity of information is conveyed before the whole begins to disintegrate into noise. 
Flusser: Does Writing Have a Future? , p. 43