The most exciting ideas are also the scariest because they are the most disruptive: They also have the greatest capacity to change our lives.
A major theme from the first morning of Defrag 2013: Knowing how to describe and understand a problem is just as, if not more, important than being able to solve it.
Jordan Wirfs-Brock’s passion is to tell stories with data and create tools to help others do the same. She is director of Floodlight, a tool for change-makers to create compelling, data-driven digital stories that inspire positive community action. Let's connect at @jordanwb.
2014 Colorado startup legislation January 18, 2014
Defrag 2013′s most exciting/scary ideas November 18, 2013
How to live in the future – now – with Amber Case November 12, 2013
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