So, that aspect of it is interesting because that goes back to the question and my issue over the term driving , I forgot what the term is, sorry… adoption. Driving adoption. In reality there should be no adoption driving. The purpose of these tools are initially, initially, are to tap the energy that is sitting there wasted, for people that are all ready who do this. And want a form where by they can do what is they need to do. The rest of the situation is to integrate it into the stuff that people normally do. I mean the bottom line is it’s get treated to much as an appendage and, it should simply be a mechanism whereby people can just get the freaking work done. And people need to get the freaking work done. So, you know, there’s where the motivation is. As long as it’s an integral part of getting the work done, then people are already there. If you’re not an integral part of the work getting done, and you’re an appendage, then yes you will have adoption issues.
Paula Thornton – There should be no adoption driving
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