These comments were shared by Andrew Zolli at the Creativity World Forum in Oklahoma City on 17 November 2010. Andrew gave a FANTASTIC talk, and in these final minutes of the panel discussion addressed Facebook social graphs and some of the implications this has for privacy.
See my post and text notes from this GREAT session by Andrew, “The Power of Deep Structure” for more on his shared ideas.
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- The Power of Deep Structure by Andrew Zolli #cwf2010 - 2010
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