Most readers saw it for what it was: a proof of concept to spark discussion about the use of open source technology, government spending, and one man’s desire to build cool stuff from his couch.
Remember the $86 million license plate scanner I replicated? I caught someone with it.
Tait Brown

I suppose I’m being pedantic here.. :) but if your “title” (whether a book or article or post) was a bold claim (click-bait), why do you believe it is obvious that people would understand your intent was actually just a proof of concept and a cool little side project you worked on?

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