Miguel Helft, "Twins’ Facebook Fight Rages On", NYT 12/30/2010 (emphasis added):
As they talked about the Facebook case, no detail was too small to omit, from where they first met Mr. Zuckerberg (the Kirkland House dining room) to the layout of Mr. Zuckerberg’s dorm room, to the content of the e-mails he had sent them after they asked him to do computer programming for a Web site called Harvard Connection.
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Those who have a hard time seeing the issue might start with this lovely two-part example, from David Dempsey, "What Should a Man Tell His Wife?; There is a fine line to be drawn between reticence and garrulity", NYT 11/30/1958:
No problem should be too large to cope with, none too small to ignore.
[Tip of the hat to Rick Rubenstein.]