I don't know who said it, but looks like it was at fail4lib 2018 if that
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On Thu, Jul 8, 2021 at 9:15 AM Andreas Orphanides <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hey Code4Libbers,
> I'm trying to nail down a Code4LibCon memory from a particular talk.
> A number of years ago, maybe as early as 2012 or so, there was a talk at
> the annual conference -- mostly about project development and engineering
> if I remember -- which included the memorable line, "Other people are not
> inferior versions of you." I find myself often repeating this line to
> people who need a reality check when it comes to their UX philosophy, and
> I'd love to be able to give proper credit.
> I've scanned through the various agendas and nothing in particular has
> leapt out. Unfortunately I think it was probably before we regularly
> uploaded the conference recordings to YouTube, but I may be wrong about
> Can anyone help me out?