} From one point of view, it is, indeed, true. I could answer your
} question with a simple "Yop." and that would surely make you understand
} that I, in general, agree with you. Moreover, short electronic messages
} make it clear that you're a man of business, not chit-chat, and that
} you have lots of things to do; one-liner simply says that you don't
} have any time to spend writing email messages. People writing long
} emails don't value their time.
} Consider, for example, a simple message like "ZOT!". It's short, it's
} practical, it makes point and you don't have to waste time delicately
} answering somebody's question.
} Working as an Internet Oracle I learned a lot about email messages. I
} got short questions, long questions, smart questions, funny questions,
} rude questions, even questions that aren't questions at all (e.g. they
} don't have any '?'s). And I'll tell you one thing: short questions are
} better for sure.
} Short question needs a short answer (consider T. of Ferma) and that's
} good for my health as an Oracle's incarnation.
} I think you've got your answer by reading to this point.
} You owe Oracle a text-compressor.