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The startup graveyard is littered with companies that were going to be disruptive like CD's and digital photography. The thing is that those products stand out because they're so rare. Look around your home and the number of things invented before 1950 will outnumber those invented since by a wide margin.

DC has made a large investment in the current program, they won't make the switch until AFTER other cities take a gamble on smartlock, make it work and prove it to be so much better than smartdock that they are forced to change despite path dependency issues. And that may never happen.

by David C on Dec 18, 2012 11:42 pm • linkreport

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