At some point in time, I heard a phrase that I remember as “in brevity lies the soul of wit.” Always kinda liked that one. Made sense to me. Rattled around the brain for years, in exactly that word order. Checking the great giver of good, Google, I see that Shakespeare’s responsible for “brevity is the soul of wit,” which works, too, though I’m going to hold onto the prior version, if you don’t mind.
As just as brevity offers the soul of wit, Blackberry’s tend to provide the brevity of information exchange. So much so that Matthew Vasquez of the Delta Spirit appears to chime in at the record-setting TS5Q, when measured in both word count and turn-around time. He’s the Usain Bolt of repondees, really.
Sara Casella, the hard-working publicist of Tell All Your Friends, is beating the roster’s bushes for TS5Q participants, bless her.
One. Which of the seven deadliest sins make for the best art?
Two. For what are you going to need a little more evidence?
Three. For personal creativity (or productivity), are you better served by contentment or restlessness?
Four. Likeliest occurrence within your lifetime: true peace, total war,or the arrival of spacemen/spacewomen?
Five-a: You lost it as a child and you want it back.