My Agility 2: The Made-For?

This entry is part [part not set] of 3 in the series Defining Agile

Seen a few soft murmurings about the idea that the made, the making, and the maker includes the made-for. That’s good. If the idea doesn’t work, let’s change it so it does. I do want to toss some grist into the mill that might have impact. In some of what i’m seeing, "children" could easily be substituted for "made-for". As in, "think of the chiiiiiildren". Others are a tad more hard-nosed, if not quite mercenary about it: they say "made-for" …

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