Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Second, here's an interesting TED talk from a few years back on how we ended up with so many varieties of spaghetti sauce.
In response to Andrew's comment that he's surprised that it took companies so long to realize that the one size fits all approach limits demand, if people didn't know anything else, if it was the norm at the time to simply have one pasta sauce, people didn't necessarily realize they needed more options. Leading to the companies continuing to produce the same options. Perhaps people started demanding more variety once they were offered it, and that in a way supply created demand.
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