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Think in products, not in features.

Nikkel Blaase

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As much as we talk about disruption, we don’t really want to disrupt things too much.

Mike Monteiro

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Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind.
On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather.

John Perry Barlow

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Design thinking is indisputably a catalyst for innovation.

Tim Brown

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Bad kissing is like working with developers.

Matteo Bologna

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The myth of the overnight success is just that, a myth.

Seth Godin

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Our fascination with pixels is almost over.

Fabricio Teixeira

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Apple is destroying design.

Don Norman

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Development is design.

Brad Frost

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The GPS landscape is a prosthetic earth.

Liam Young

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A billion dollar company was never built off better button colors.

Intercom

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My world is laden with bad tools, because my culture is simultaneously obsessed with productivity and novelty.

Frank Chimero

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Usage is oxygen for ideas.

Intercom

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A data geology, an icon of the anthropocenic period, a period where the dominant processes that shape our planet are mechanical rather than geological, where explosive diggers and drills have replaced the slow erosion of rivers and earthquakes.

Liam Young

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I do believe that we are capable of discerning far more than we are capable of articulating.

Jonathan Ive

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As super computers models the complexity of nature, they become increasingly indistinguishable from the landscape they are modeling.

Liam Young

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Thrilling is fine.
Mattering is more important.

Seth Godin

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The Anthropocene eats itself.

Liam Young

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As smart technologies become more intrusive, they risk undermining our autonomy.

Evgeny Morozov

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Designers shouldn’t code.
They should study business.

Joshua Taylor

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Super computers becoming the new oracles, they attempt to calculate variables, they inform policies and long term strategies.

Liam Young

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We are all auto-colonialized.

Bruce Sterling

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As long as you are making rich guys richer you are not disrupting the austerity, you are one of its top facilitators.

Bruce Sterling

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The climate change model of the MET office consumes the same energy as a small town, making the MET office the most polluting building in the whole Europe. The virtual climate simulation model is becoming input in their own calculations.

Liam Young

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We are both our physical self and our digital self.

Liam Young

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The best marketing is when you don’t know it’s marketing,

Crew

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Google tourist traveling without moving.

Liam Young

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Sometimes the mythology/values of the internet feel willfully contrarian, and the ones who offer it are safe in ivory towers from the effect of that bad advice.

Frank Chimero

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Growth is what differentiates Snapchat from hipster coffee shops.

Intercom

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Programming is good to teach you humbleness.

Brendan Dawes

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Life’s too short to build something nobody wants.

Nikkel Blaase

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Technology is now a key driver in evolutionary change.

Liam Young

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The digital natives are starting to hunger for life beyond the screen.

Chris Anderson

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Our idealism has gotten so desperate that we equally applaude efforts to combat malaria in Africa with a 1500$ smart oven that preview to you a dinner to save you a little extra time to cross fit or maybe Netflix and shop.

Jennifer Daniel

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The more we learn to control trees, animals, atoms and the climate, the more they lose their natural character and enter into the realms of culture.

Koert van Mensvoort

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The most worrisome smart-technology projects start from the assumption that designers know precisely how we should behave.

Evgeny Morozov

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We are facing decreasing biodiversity and increasing technodiversity.

Koert van Mensvoort

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We are building skyscraper favelas in code — in earthquake zones.

Zeynep Tufekci

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Good developers are not cheap.
Cheap developers are not good.

Josh Althuser

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The fiction of commodity prices, the infrastructure of the digital world and the algorithmic world have extraordinary physical implications.

Liam Young

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Attention is the currency of the age.

Chris Messina

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So, yes. Be scared. Be very worried.
Software is eating the world, and it sucks.

Zeynep Tufekci

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In the Brave New Now we look out over the gold price etched in an unofficial grand canyon, while a cat rides a robot vacuum cleaner and we take a shit on a toilet that asks us how our day is.

Liam Young

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Personal data is anything but personal.

James Bridle

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Cloned babies, rainbow tulips, transgenic mice afflicted with chronic cancer to serve medical science: are they natural or cultural?

Koert van Mensvoort

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One of the most interesting aspects of the digital revolution is how it separated knowledge of craft and creativity.

Moby

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The hackers won their fight against I.B.M.—only to lose it to Facebook and Google.

Evgeny Morozov

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We are living in an age where millions of colours became 256.

Neville Brody

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Data is the answer, but what is the question?

Anab Jain

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Companies are the new bloggers

Fabricio Teixeira

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Technology isn’t exciting—ideas are.

Héctor Ayuso

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Nerds who could not get a date are dealing with technology instead.

Chris Hackett

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