Bad Analogies

People sometimes make bad analogies. Analogies not apt. (very) Poor fit to the situation. They’re off target. They miss the relevant point(s) entirely. Sometimes they take a useful analogy and misapply it where it fails, oh, massively. The classic horse-drawn carriage buggy whip (and whip holder) analogy, applied to shaming the entire field of technical … Continue reading Bad Analogies