Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.

Margaret Thatcher

Simple good, complex bad.

Inspiration is for amateurs, I just get to work.

Chuck Close

There are three things you need to be a good writer: you need to read a lot, you need to write a lot, and you need a lot of feedback.

Clay Shirky at the 2013 New Yorker Festival.

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I like cooking my family and my pets.

I like cooking my family and my pets.

Home is where your Wi-Fi connects automatically.

The problem with quotes from the internet is it is hard to verify their authenticity.

Groucho Marx

The impulse to keep to yourself what you have learned is not only shameful, it is destructive. Anything you do not give freely and abundantly becomes lost to you.

Annie Dillardon writing and generosity of spirit.

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Many people tell us they watch foreign movies and documentaries, but in practice, that doesn’t happen.

Carlos Gomez-Uribe (Netflix) on The Science Behind the Netflix Algorithms That Decide What You’ll Watch Next

The biggest internet paradox is that all the useless knowledge you share, will be of use to someone someday.

Josep M. Ganyet

Many people believe that great designers get great clients. It’s the other way around.

Seth Godin

It’s hilarious a lot of times. You have a conversation with someone, and he’s like, ‘You speak so well!’ I’m like, ‘What do you mean? Do you understand that’s an insult?

Jay Z

If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed.

Stanley Kubrick

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90%
Sturgeon’s law, is an adage commonly cited as “ninety percent of everything is crap.” It is derived from quotations by Theodore Sturgeon, an American science fiction author and critic.

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90%

Sturgeon’s law, is an adage commonly cited as “ninety percent of everything is crap.” It is derived from quotations by Theodore Sturgeon, an American science fiction author and critic.

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The digital revolution is far more significant than the invention of writing or even of printing.

Douglas Engelbart