This is an example of what I suspect is an unintended benefit identified by users: http://nyti.ms/11Xs2lb How might we look for these in our own backyard? We are all too often paralyzed with fear at the prospect of "unintended consequences"--so much so that we forget all about its lesser-known counterpart. There's no need to learn how to do this, you just have to expand your thinking and look for them. It's about paying attention.
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