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p2pkit can ease our interactions with people we cross every day like friends or colleagues.Treating a startup idea as a question changes what you're looking for. But if it's a question, it can be wrong, so long as it's wrong in a way that leads to more ideas.One valuable way for an idea to be wrong is to be only a partial solution.Beacons are great for proximity-based interactions related to things and places, but think about how many people you cross every day and the potential interactions you miss while commuting to work, while you are actually at work or school, or when you go out socialising, dating or networking.We also realised that competing SDKs of this kind had many limitations: such as the lack of x-platform and background support. Any app owner who wants his app to understand and leverage the proximity of its users can use our SDK.

There's a real difference, because an assertion provokes objections in a way a question doesn't.

If you say: I'm going to build a web-based spreadsheet, then critics-- the most dangerous of which are in your own head-- will immediately reply that you'd be competing with Microsoft, that you couldn't give people the kind of UI they expect, that users wouldn't want to have their data on your servers, and so on. It becomes: let's try making a web-based spreadsheet and see how far we get.

And everyone knows that if you tried this you'd be able to make something useful.

Maybe what you'd end up with wouldn't even be a spreadsheet.

Questions The fact is, most startups end up nothing like the initial idea.