Computers were not originally a mass-market product. They were more like airplanes, in that their cost and complexity ensured that the market wouldn’t be huge. With computers, as with aircraft, the first profitable enterprise was producing machines for sale or lease. But other opportunities would be developed by those who could figure out the right angles.
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