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John  Powers

Congratulations on your fantasticness. If someone had asked me I'd have been quick to say you're fantastic.

David Weinberger's idea of "embrace our fallibility" sounds funny at first. On one hand there's always the issue of forgiving our mistakes. But our learning from our fallibility isn't simply a matter of learning what not to do. New ideas come out of the random. Surely there are lots of things we do as people that do require apology. Yet when we are transparent good ideas can be spotted too.

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