Lou Rosenfeld: “Long ago I was probably one of the world’s greatest information architects. For, perhaps, a year or two. (It might have had something to do with the fact that there were only about two dozen of us who claimed the title at the time.) Then I got bored and more importantly, the homesteaders were better at it than I was. So I moved on. And that’s fine; the issue wasn’t one of competence and intelligence, but of personality type and attention span.”

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