"It is on the strength of observation and reflection that one finds a way. So we must dig and delve unceasingly." Claude Monet, 1869
"Failure = not acting on what you know." ARPA-E
"And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places.." Roald Dahl
Why I research
People who inspire me
Nobel Prize winner in Economics for Behavioral Economics
Thinking Fast and Slow
"They keep making the same mistake: predicting rare events from weak evidence. When the evidence is weak, one should stick with the base rates."
Even when he's not smiling he's smiling.
Class of 1965 Wharton Professor of Management, Professor of Psychology
Architect & Urban Designer
"Being process-oriented, not product-driven, is the most important and difficult skill for a designer to develop." 101 Things I learned in Architecture School, p. 29
Thought leader in the physiology of our relationship with technology and how our relationship with technology can evolve
Linda was off talking to the Apple people. Her Microsoft co-workers gazed at her, then realized reaching out to people in competitive companies has advantages.