Commodified and commoditized

Noted by on his Website.

Commodification means something else; I’m assuming you’re referring to “commoditize”, as in “commoditize your complement”. Although in this context the words have some really interesting overlap, which is why I brought it up. See by .

We are first commodified by being made a complement to a product, then gradually commoditized as complements ideally are.


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