Re: The AI view of KM #AI #art-of-KM


@Dennis wrote:

Exactly Tom -- I'm a big fan of constrained writing (two great examples are the books Eunoia and Slate Petals) and dabble in it myself.  Constraints are important for creativity (nothing worse than being handed a blank sheet of paper with the instructions "write something creative"), so often it's the case that the more constraints there are at the start, the more creative is the output.

Well then you might enjoy this collection of "novels in three lines" by Felix Feneon. A noted art critic, he also worked as a journalist in Paris and would write entire news stories with a great economy of words. Fascinating and fun to read. 

As the old saw goes, "I didn't have time to write you a short report, so I wrote you a long one instead." Brevity is brilliance. 

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