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May 02, 2006

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Jon Husband

Yes.

And there's the same problem, imho, with the question for many start-ups or new businesses or areas of activity (esp. in the software area) with the question "What's the point of PAIN, the problem you are trying to solve ?"

More often than not, if not viewed holistically or integratively, solving a point of pain or a bottleneck problem creates other equally vexing problems, whether technical or sociological, elsewhere in a system.

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