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As always, you have given us another great checklist to lead us into better conversations.

Thank you Valeria!

I like the phrase that you used here: "Participation is content". I think more people need to understand how true that actually is. You are contributing dialogue and writing (no matter how short) to the social media landscape. You don't need to have a blog (it helps to understand your more in-depth thinking though) in order to participate.

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