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Crossing the Innovation Chasm from the Left Example #2274

by Larry Chiang on November 4, 2013

By Larry Chiang
I can neither confirm not deny my support for HR 3605.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Lol, the Sec. Sebelius 10-31-13 House Hearing. “It cost $118,000,000 for the web site”

What I can confirm is that

ENGR145’s Anchor Concept moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve 
You see, the government is like an entrepreneurial entity when it sets to “Cross the (Innovation) Chasm From the Left” (#CTCFTL)
Best practices: Crossing the innovation chasm from the right (#CTCFTR) 
An example of a prequel to #HR3606 would have been. Should have been: Universal Car Coverage.
Solve car insurance. It’d be super easy. HR3605’s website cost $118mm
Universal Car (Insurance) Coverage would generate a profit for the US government of $118. It’s like an Austin Ventures DMV rollup business pattern.

Disclosure: this idea is really good and I came up with it so u can benefit from America’s best natural resource: LARRY CHIANG. You’re welcome.
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