It’s the new hotness.
I hope that my role in saying “no” to everything doesn’t scare you away from continually telling me “yes.”
Trying to hold on to worthless jobs is a terrible but popular idea. Trying to find new jobs for billions of people is a good idea but obviously very hard because whatever the new jobs are, they will probably be so fundamentally different from anything that exists today that meaningful planning is almost impossible. But the current strategy—’let’s just pretend that Travis is kidding when he talks about self-driving cars and that Uber really is going to create millions of jobs forever’—is not the right answer.
Sam Altman, in The Software Revolution
The first thing we need to clarify is the difference between needs and features. We often make the mistake of equating product features with user needs.
– Rian van der Merwe in How to Avoid Products that Fail