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In case anyone is deeply frustrated by the tantalisiing highlights list, but refuses to watch this video:
- The definition of a dynamic language was one that postponed as many decisions as possible to run-time.
- Maeda's joke came up during a discussion on how to provide interactive programming environments. The Microsoft paperclip help "thing" appears as you start to type code into the IDE: "I see that you are writing a compiler..." (OK, maybe you had to be there!)