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I like the idea of collaborative-catalyst.

I like the freedom to say provocative things, risk causing offence. To post imperfect thinking, to get a response... and be willing to engage with the response, and change my thinking.

I prefer this to the more bland option of being so careful in what I say that conversation becomes bland.

Collaborative-catalyst. That would make a good job title...

You are being too hard on yourself. Interesting issue, though, that made me think about my own writing. Hope to hear many more pebbles dropped into ponds soon ;-)

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