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I’m excited beyond belief to announce that I’m joining Mozilla as the head of the Knight-Mozilla News Technology Partnership. It’s an incredible opportunity to help build discussions, communities, and tools to drive innovation in journalism.
The partnership is funded by the Knight…
I’m at WWDC and don’t have time to fully polish my thoughts, but I thought this was important enough to post a rough draft… please excuse the rough edges and rambling. I was quoted in the Wall Street Journal yesterday, but the story just didn’t go deep enough into my thoughts about this…
You have an inherent need to solve problems, visually and conceptually. There is enormous value in this, but you may be misplacing your talents.
The internet, at this time in history, is the greatest client assignment of all time. The Western world is porting itself over to the web in mind and…
When I was blonde and wearing mini skirts, life was different…
“I’m a big fan of the video community Vimeo. It’s sort of the independent version of YouTube. They recently launched a video school that shows users how to shoot good video.”
Man reading newspaper
Dribbble has become a fantastic place to discover creative talent, and we’ve long been hearing success stories from Dribbble players who receive a steady stream of work requests via the site. We want to make connections between free agents and talent scouts even easier.
Today we’ve launched a…
Excerpts from In the Company of Giants: Candid Conversations with the Visionaries of the Digital World, 1997
What talent do you think you consistently brought to Apple and bring to NeXT and Pixar?
I think that I’ve consistently figured out who really smart people were to hang around with….