Interfacing with wonder.
That was no accident. This is Thiel’s theory in practice. Wealth accrues not to the first but to the monopoly, the company that captures the market, makes consumers forget all others and rides the waves as long as profits pour.
“[We’re] changing perception around the idea of ‘helping those who are less fortunate than ourselves’ into ‘learning how ignorant we are as privileged people.’”
It’s no longer sufficient to create an aesthetically pleasing design using tightly controlled or understood scenarios when the real world is often much more complex, nuanced, and hard to predict.