Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
Our previous issue of interactions issued a loud challenge to practitioners: Richard Seymour's cover story asked readers to consider that the problems you choose to solve are as important as how you solve them; he and others demanded that you focus your creative energy on issues that resonate in a large and prominent manner; and several of our authors pushed you to look at things differentlyfrom sales cycles to randomness, from architecture to design, and cultures, both others and your own. This issue, our fourth, takes a quieter approach. Each of the articles is subtle this time aroundand solid,…
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