The idea of prioritizing the live feed, as opposed to short on-demand clips, is a distinctly non-internet way of thinking. But it is what works, and people find it useful for exploring and learning about the world and their interests. People still love when things are “programmed” for them to expand their horizons.
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Jon Steinberg

The book “Hitmakers” touches on this subject. In order for mass adoption to take places, things can NOT be “too new”. We take comfort in familiarity. Silicon Valley takes the radical view of adoption — if you only ever lived in SF, you would think the most popular car is a Tesla. The microcosim is not representative of the coure use case. This point does not get talked about enough.

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