Net present value. Lately a play, whose script continues after the feature.
A "Should I?" app should be built. Photo of a 'before' in a social currency abiding format, a short inference/premise and ingredients from around the world (users) to season the hypothesis. Result shared, and a to be continued in other 'moments of hesitance'. Following my 'should Is'? Wouldn't that attract a different type of storytelling and engagement?

Can convincing through suggesting include all possible preferences of a given interest K ? Search engines, e-commerce platforms, messaging to name a few, employ it. By 2030, millennials still in the formative period of evolving preferences, habits and currently commanding $1.3 trillion in direct annual spending (BCG, January 2014) will surpass baby boomers in numbers by a factor of 1.4.
So when and how will suggestive argumentation begin expressing, beyond function - more partiality, contrast, contiguity and similarity without compromising accuracy - almost too commodified?

Perhaps currently, the way we retrieve information is modeled by subjunctive dependences (i.e whatever is wanted now, and that goal state's dependences), be it in the form of reflexivity, evidence (words/nlp, documentation, interaction) or referents (narrative? video? specific 'ethos'?).
In turn, if "Knowledge doesn't change behavior" (Heath. C, Heath. D, Making the Switch) persuasion, as a state variable condition, merits scrutiny.

That inquiry motivates the words below. In the seeming order: Hesitance,relativity signals, suggestive argumentation, short decision, and continuous meaning-making.

Very basic and familiar examples: Curiosity, laughter, and the iris.
Far from indefinite modality - three touchstones of willful indulgence. These signals suggest that in spite of knowledge we acquire, our appreciation of the hypothetical is the stronger catalyst to relativity, and at that - a judgement of value, both ways - a priori and a posteriori.

In other words, granted inference paints value, what throughput and perspectives can platform-agnostic data, and collaborative analytics engender for both business models (a good glance on this hackpad page) and users?
How should the more transitive values of travel, fitness, festivity, change, and education foster innovation (as content production? critique?) to welcome our interwoven maybes in real time?