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“When you’re the leader in a race, you can easily get taken out by competition that you’re not at all expecting.”

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That’s designer and technologist John Maeda reflecting on the nature of disruptive innovation and their timescales. Whether it’s technologies with broad, sweeping applications that upend society — like what happened with the shift from steam power to electricity — to more specific inventions like…




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