Friday, August 05, 2005
Barrys and my invention, and the specific implementation of that invention, is so new and abstract, that it is a real challenge to bring the software to market.  As John Walker, inventor of AutoCAD has said, we need to find lunatic early adopters to try the software out and evolve quickly from there.
As discussed earlier, our software world is incredibly complex and highly abstract, so much so, it is virtually (no pun intended) impossible to describe our invention to business people and even to technical people in our own specific area of our industry.  Why is that?  There have been many reasons given over the last several posts, bu