Our high-tech culture suffers from a not-invented-here syndrome. If we weren't the masterminds behind a project, we think it can't possibly be a good one. When faced with a new challenge, we choose the path of revolution, rather than evolution. We break out the latest tools to start building fresh, instead of evaluating and understanding the work our predecessors did.
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