More wood behind fewer arrows

Andrew Orlowski over on The Register.

...throwing out lots of mediocre products isn't the passport to success. [...] it pays to put more of your wood behind one arrow, or just a few arrows; the more you make, the less distinctive each one is.

I'd say this goes for not just the mobile phone market, but for most matters in life.

(via DF)


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