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Paul Graham: 
Why do so many founders build things no one wants? Because they begin by trying to think of startup ideas. That m.o. is doubly dangerous: it doesn't merely yield few good ideas; it yields bad ideas that sound plausible enough to fool you into working on them.
So I shouldn't make that social network for dogs with spots on their ears or the Instagram for squirrels?