Razorfish started out in 1995 with just two employees: the technically creative Craig Kanarick and the fiscally creative Jeffrey Dachis. The venture was an instant success -- from that point, the company grew into one of the many small, industrious, "bleeding edge" web shops. Of course, intensive bac
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Founded in 1994, i/o 360 grew rapidly to cover everything from business to creativ
Richard Wurman has used his experience with city planning to form theories on information organization that fundamentally question how organization impacts our use of resources. In the 1960s, Wurman saw how urban renewal efforts faltered -- despite massive government funding -- because planners lacke
As Muriel Cooper saw things, the ruling metaphor for the computer age should be the "information landscape," not the "information highway." Rather than cutting a linear path through a forest of data, computers give us the ability to fly through three-dimensional landscapes with constellations of in