Gödel Incompleteness For Startups by Max Skibinsky

It’s most likely the best essay on startups I’ve read recently: Gödel Incompleteness For Startups by Max Skibinsky. By the way parts of the essay remind me of some statements from Clay Christensen, like this one:

Just like strict formal systems of pure math will always contain proof of their own incompleteness, so the very act of formalization of reality undertaken by big established corporations will always contain within itself the seeds of its future disruption: true yet currently unprovable statements of the successful startups of the future.

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