A Forum for Innovation

Favorite quote in the colony this week…

” I define innovation the way I define genius. It is born from two ideas that already exist but combining them in a new way yields innovation. It takes equal proportions of the familiar and the unfamiliar and it is not fully formed. Innovation does not spring like Venus from the head of Zeus. It something I wanted to exist. It is something I will into being but when it exists it is not as I imagined it but that is great. It is part science fiction and part reality. It is never all or the other.It has a foot in both worlds. It is new by being familiar and unfamiliar at the same time.”

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