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Complex Problems, huh?

New research shows that removing rather than adding elements to a problematic idea, product, or process is often better — but first, you have to remember to take that approach.

Someone sent me a link to this article, and frankly, I was a bit surprised reading it! Take a look at it, really.

Briefly, it goes this way: these guys are saying that the key to solving a complex problem is to make it simpler. Got the idea? I got it.

Fewer buttons — a la Steve Jobs — rather than more. Fewer steps, rather than more.

Do this, and you'll end up so fucked up that you are definitely going to forget about any of the problems you've had. Perfecto!

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