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Re: Hypersharing

Dear Andrew,
Hi, I'm a north American poet. Here, 'share' is redolent of both business
and elementary school--'Why don't you share the kickball, Evan?'--and with
the word 'hyper' in front, share will remind even more people of ritalin.
Transclusion is a more accurate and, awkwardly enough, less funny sounding
term. But probably not one you'll enjoy marketing.
Jordan Davis