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The "less is more" approach

May 4, 2009

When I was in school, we read a paper on "damaged goods" - products which a manufacturer has intentionally disabled in order to price discriminate or drive revenue elsewhere. Now, Jorge Garcia's blog (you may also know him as Hurley), demonstrates the phenomenon in the wild via this accidental economics lesson: Kudos Smarte Carte On the new design. […]

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