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We can't decide which version is correct or if both are wrong. Please take a look and let me know. Thanks.

"We're for any and all methods that will get the job done most effectively, for capitalizing on technology and pushing the boundaries of creativity, and challenging the constraints of current creative thinking."

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"We're for any and all methods that will get the job done most effectively; for capitalizing on technology and pushing the boundaries of creativity; and challenging the constraints of current creative thinking."
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Hi,

We can't decide which version is correct or if both are wrong. Please take a look and let me know. Thanks.

Here are a couple of suggestions.
"We are for any and all methods that will get the job done most effectively, for capitalizing on technology, for pushing the boundaries of creativity, and for challenging the constraints of current creative thinking."

Don't the last two parts about creativity sort of mean the same thing?

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I don't see any need for the semi-colons. To me, they just make the sentence flow less smoothly.

"We're for any and all methods that will get the job done most effectively; for capitalizing on technology and pushing the boundaries of creativity; and challenging the constraints of current creative thinking."

Clive
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Thanks for the reply Clive.Emotion: smile

Re: forpushing the boundaries of creativity, and for challenging the constraints of current creative thinking."

Don't the last two parts about creativity sort of mean the same thing?

I think for capitalizing on technology and pushing the boundaries of creativity were lumped together in the original text because it points to creativity in execution. Using what new technology has to offer and running with it. It's creativity on the practical side of things. The next line, as I understand it, deals with how things are perceived and conceptualized, more theoretical.

I suppose the ideas are not clearly presented.