I really do hope to have a beer with this man one day. Doc Searls on a noun he’s created:
clueship. Meaning the ability to give or get clues. It’s one name for two conversational assets: having something new to say, and having a willingness to listen to new things other people are saying.
It reminds me a little of the Alllelon conversation around "listening the other into free speech."
And. In case you missed it, Doc is one of the authors of this.
UPDATE: The ever brilliant Mike Todd (with the best named blog ever), adds this in the comments: