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When we die we all become three anecdotes in the memories of those who knew us. — Tony Kahn, WGBH Morning Stories

I think stories are viruses that use human beings to spread! — Tony Kahn, WGBH Morning Stories

The best way to predict the future is to invent it. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Turn up your nose at good ideas. You must work on great ideas, not good ones. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Appreciate mundanity: after all, a pencil is high technology. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

The computer shouldn’t act like it knows everything. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Better is the enemy of best. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Relative judgements have no place in art. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Systems programmers are high priests of a low cult. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Point of view is worth 80 IQ points. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Good ideas don’t often scale. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

People who are really serious about software should make their own hardware. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Content over form, go for fun. — Alan Kay, Creative Think seminar, July 20, 1982

Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names. — John F. Kennedy

The nice thing about being a celebrity is that when you bore people, they think it’s their fault. — Henry Kissinger

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