Did you by any chance mean saltiness?
“As lifers in this game, they share a sensibility with their subjects: that in politics savviness is next to godliness, and everything's really about the next election.”
“Try comparing her against Obama – you will realize he far outweighs her in savviness and smartness.”
“It [plays] well on television, because it generates an endless series of puzzles toward which journalists can gesture as they display their savviness, which is the unofficial religion of the mainstream press.”
“Whereas I think that the real -- and undeclared -- ideology of American journalism is savviness, which is what made the press so vulnerable to the likes of Karl Rove.”
“Who’s going to win — and what’s their strategy — plays well on television, because it generates an endless series of puzzles toward which journalists can gesture as they display their savviness, which is the unofficial religion of the mainstream press.”
“However, levels of 'savviness' are lacking in other areas, most notably the environment: just one in six have calculated their carbon footprint online.”
“Assange brought a trove of raw data and a considerable degree of savviness about how to work with vast, complex databases -- and, not insignificantly, the ability to publish outside the reach of any individual jurisdiction.”
“The demographic make up of Iran is the most obvious precipitator of the reform movement's appeal and communication savviness with more than 70% of the 70 million population being under the age of 30.”
“Girls will soon be able to earn a merit badge for their financial savviness.”
“There are far more significant tax and legal issues that DSA/GSCC could be addressing, but they lack the technical skill/savviness to work on these issues. morning fizzy”
Looking for tweets for savviness.