Being unable to understand the source, need and benefit of a project is reason enough to become a gadfly — to spread our wings and go annoy everyone in sight until we do. Of course, the goal is not really to annoy. It’s rather to ask questions in such a way that they break through assumptions and presumptions, both in our own heads and in the head of whomever we’re talking to.
UX, Socrates and the Socratic Method
Marin Mikulic
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Asking questions is not an annoyance. Once again. Asking questions is never an annoyance. Assumptions and presumptions, once broken, do they ever resume their shapes or do they morph into new ones?

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