It seems to me that new usage patterns always evolve out of old usage patterns. 
 If that's true, then the old way isn't destroyed, but repurposed, adapted, 
abused, and evolved.

On 10/18/2016 09:48 AM, Merle Lefkoff wrote:
> I read recently that it was economist Joseph Schumpeter who observed that
> originality is an act of creative destruction.  We have to demolish the old
> way of doing things when we advocate for new systems.  As someone who
> applies complexity to changing public policy, I feel I have no other
> choice.


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