Seconds after I thought about these questions, I got the Almighty's replies, short but meaty like (or unlike) a comment in Facebook. God and I are Facebook friends but unfortunately, he specifically instructed me not to share all our communications, just wall to wall. If I ever broke my promise, he would tag all my embarrassing pictures for the world to see. And he has shots of all the nasty things I did.
But luckily, I can share one of his follow-up answers because he did not directly channel it into my brain; instead he used the angel-faced Chris Cox to relay his last message for the night. And since Chris Cox’s words do not cover my covenant with God, I can share the last message to you, dear readers.
“The secret to early product development... is watch the users misuse what we have already given them and build the product that captures what they wanted to do."
Brilliant! Thankfully, I started to misuse my product way back in 2000. But I just had an epiphany tonight. I did not misuse my product, the one that god gave me, much earlier. I was so prudish that I only used it according to the prescribed instruction manual written thousands of years ago. When all the while, God was waiting for me to misuse it so he could build new products that would capture what I wanted to do. Consider this a Thank you God. Till next time. By the way, no more poking, I got the point.
See Chris Cox's video