I tend to believe that expressing you point in a few words as possible is generally the best approach. While some topics are nuanced, it's best to let others think through the nuance of things themselves. Whether you are engaged in a conversation or giving a speech, people like to feel you are engaging them, not preaching to them, or giving them a lecture. I tend to start to read, or listen to someone when they are being long winded or nuanced, but if they can't make some entertaining or concise points, I'll stop listening or reading. Not everything boils down to 128 characters or less, but only use the words necessary to get your point across, and don't try to hit too many points. Just my take on it.