CHRIS FREMANTLE

Larry Brilliant

Posted in Texts by chrisfremantle on February 7, 2008

“I used to teach my students that their schemes wouldn’t be successful until two things happened: that they would be able to run without you, and that you knew the names of the grandchildren of the people you started the project with: that’s because it takes a generation.”

Quoted in The Guardian 2 February 2008

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