I like this idea, but more as a marketing message than a design goal.
The problems I see with it as a design goal:
a) I'd like to keep the audience generic, not limited to "your community".
b) I'd like to keep the topic generic, not limited to "personal ideas".
c) As stated in my previous message, I'd prefer to focus on complementing
speeches rather than replacing them. It sounds like your definition leans
toward the latter.
Tell me if you disagree with any of these points, though.
No disagreement. I am probably, as several others have commented, struggling
with the design goal aspect. I will have a further think about it in UI / UX
/ behavioural, rather than tool capability, terms. I knew my response was
more marketing, and indicated as much.
Kind regards, Owen.
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