Easing into a new pair of metallic boots, Dansinger stated the obvious ” why don’t we just focus on good ideas and discard bad ideas?”.
A formula, environment, culture and tradition of good benefits, generally beneficial results of any new plan with the immediate rejection of anything that even hinted of “collateral damage” was suggested as the remedy to all ills and evils.
Simple ideas are best, as many an engineer knows well. They also know that simplicity is hard to achieve.
So the moral of the story could be, don’t doubt your own ideas, especially if you have ever rejected one of them as being “too simple”.
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