|Authored by: artp on Monday, November 19 2012 @ 01:25 PM EST|
|The high cost of entry keeps the number of competitors down.|
But there is a tremendous profit waiting if the company can
last long enough to harvest it.
They would rather go for the windfall than work on the 80%
that will benefit people the most - assuming that the 80/20
rule works here, too.
Although company propaganda talks about saving everybody
with rare diseases, what the companies really want is rare
market monopolies. We can make a lot of people's lives
better with less up-front cost by focusing on the 80%, and
still work on the rare diseases instead of the rare
monopolies. Better results all the way around.
Userfriendly on WGA server outage:
When you're chained to an oar you don't think you should go down when the galley
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