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How the ‘Failure’ Culture of Startups Is Killing Innovation

Mauro Sanhueza-Celsi

Far from being the measure of disgrace it once was, failure now seems to be a sort of badge of honor. But underlying many popular Silicon Valley failure clichés is entrepreneurs’ belief that “starting companies these days is akin to doing research in the past” — as if we don’t need research when the opportunity to fail is so readily available. Somewhere along the way, it got to be uncool to reduce one’s risk of failure. By Erika Hall via Wired

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