Tidbits: SXSW 2014. Jealously plucked from the Havas Worldwide SXSW Blog.
You could never learn to knit by just studying the math – another case for learning through doing. – TIM BROWN, IDEO #SXSWMAKE
Bio-engineering is moving at 6 times Moore’s Law. A chromosome can store data more densely than a hard disk. – JOIE ITO, MIT MEDIA LAB
Parents are going to need to have the data permanence conversation with their kids before the birds and the bees conversation. – JAROD COHEN, GOOGLE
New Google moonshot; to make it so that in a decade, internet censorship will be impossible. – JAROD COHEN, GOOGLE