Why non-myopics appreciate that disruption is disruptive
When a normal person hears the word “disruption,” it is regarded as a negative thing.
But not everyone is normal, and Jason Calacanis’ recent post reminds some people that unqualified praise of disruptive technology is not a good thing.
And keep in mind that the “disruption” that is so lauded in our industry is largely one that removes inefficiencies, frequently defined as a “humans” working in “jobs.”
H/T Larry Rosenthal.
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