Cheryl Platz I’m imagining each conversation having open slots for ‘me’, ‘he’, ‘she’, ‘they’, ‘you’…
Christian Dean

It’s certainly a good place to start, although people-specific pronouns get tricky quickly. Some folks use gendered pronouns to refer to objects (cars, boats), so the context still matters. Some folks will use “they” when referring to a “he” or “she” because gender fluidity is becoming more prominent as a social consideration. And some languages have different pronoun constructs, so localization of this kind of system will be nontrivial. Potentially worthwhile, but nontrivial.

Glad you’ve been enjoying my posts, Christian — thanks for reading!

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