Maybe most iconic example of responding to user feedback ever: “After a 5-year-old blind girl wrote a letter to Mr. Rogers asking him to tell her when he fed his fish so she doesn't worry about them going hungry, he began narrating the feeding of his goldfish in every episode”pic.twitter.com/YwhdN0yiiL
The real question for the singularity is— can we code like Mr Rodgers would?
Impulsive nastiness is the norm in a quarterly cycle of business measured in cash Instinctively kind is the norm in a sustainable cycle of user based outcomes measured in progress and stewardship.
I love that man, at my best I trying everything to emulate him
I'd go with the lady who wrote Charles Schultz about the lack of Black characters in Peanuts, resulting in the introduction of Franklin; and, in the number one position, the little girl who suggested to Abe Lincoln that he would look better with a beard