“The fact that Mozilla exists as an independent organization, a non-profit organization, is because there were other people, and they had to be men, around who were willing to bridge that gap between me as the leader of Mozilla and this man who refused to talk to a woman who knew what her organization needed and was determined to get.”
“I never became Gates. I had no voice about the technology I was building. I would do something that was really quite noteworthy, but there was nowhere to publish about it. You could get paid for it, but there was no way to say, ‘You won’t believe what I just did!’ The only way to get it was to go back to school.”
“I’m here to do transformative work. That involves risk taking. That involves pushing the limits legally, policy-wise. That involves introducing ideas and projects that are ‘not politically feasible.’ If we don’t do it now, we’re going to look back 20 years from now and think, ‘I wish I would’ve started that thing.’ We can’t wait.”
Artist and coder Mimi Onuoha sees treasure in what data ignores.