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    « Jaron Lanier: Time’s Thinker | Main | Modeling the World »

    May 13, 2010

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    Jono

    Thanks for sharing that pithy and astute quote.

    Randy Butler

    So the big question is can we spur innovation? NASA it would seem spurred a lot of innovation with the moon program - an example perhaps of a hugely ambitious goal with excitement, funding, and not a lot of prior experience so plenty of room for young fresh ideas and optimism. Seems like innovation comes often times from places that embrace fuzzy lines and open borders.

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