Tell me everything you know, the sapient sage asked the seeker, and, since the former was, in his role, an editor, the latter filled page after page of all that followed and preceded cause and wherefore and why and when. Which he gave to waiting world and bookman with a flourish, so: here’s the sum of all my learning, all I have, the full measure of all and everything I know. Which was all interesting enough, editor and world said, but not really what we all had in mind: the telling interesting things are what lie curled away from what you first off easily, simply, find: go instead where you haven’t gone; go fast or slow ”return, if you will, and tell us all you don’t know.