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John Maeda
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"Tomorrow is a day that is always never going to be here." —@reggiewatts
"The first year medical student learns approximately 13,000 new terms." —@kevinmd via @Figure1 @jadelai90
"What's over for one person isn't over for another." —Haruki Murakami
"Nothing is possible without individuals. Nothing is lasting without institutions." —Jean Monnet
"Find help -- you can't do it alone." —@BrooksHalladay
Great mini-interview by @LaurenGoode with @johnolilly on slicing big apps into littler apps:
Most great opportunities really aren't complex, but they aren't obvious to everyone. The person who can both see it and take it will win it.
LA's uniquely urban-scale of art as seen by drone, by Ian Wood: via @aigalosangeles
Project by @alaindebotton to literally re-design the cottage industry:
"Design student (thanking guest creative directors) gave chocolates with his CV!" —@faisalalmalki via @zeina_soufan
"Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work." —Gustave Flaubert
I am guest-hosting the October @poptech Rebellion conference -- here's a quick 2-min taste of Camden:
"The best ideas come about because of friction and interaction between people." —Kenneth Klopp
Speaking in LA on Tue 6pm at @imprintlab gathering with spotlight on @thesash @JShoee @john_under @ibercovich
"The mystery of life is not a problem to solve but a reality to experience." —Frank Herbert
"Designers have to become leaders, and leaders have to become designers." —Steve McAdam @OtisCollege via @arubenfire
In its 18th year, @poptech brings together techno-artistry with hometown USA:
Technology frees the *what* of our aspirations. Business guides the *when* we get to have it. Design centers us on *who* it's really for.
"Building walls doesn't work. Building bridges does." —Admiral James Stavridis
Reliance on pattern matching favors wisdom over innovation, which knowing about that bias as a pattern makes things even harder.