My Favorite Quotes
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 Don Tapscott - “These kids are 80 million alone in the U.S. They're like a tidal wave. And we've all been sitting on the beach wondering what kind of day it's going to be and no one noticed the tsunami just off the horizon, one hundred yards high, that's about to sweep us all away. We've got the first generation to grow up digital, and you know it.”
 Derek Tapscott - “It took heart. As you can see we had things go against us all year. We didn't want our year to end tonight. We made a pact.”
 Ed Tapscott - “I have no idea. Our protocol is the same as it's always been Bernie and I, at the end of the season, map out the next season or two.”
 Ed Tapscott - “For a minute he was taken aback. I asked him not to say anything, to think about it. Well, the more he thought about it, the more he began getting excited.”
 Derek Tapscott - “We wanted it, we kept fighting back every time we got down. But we ran out of gas.”
 Derek Tapscott - “We're usually kinda slack when we come out, but this time we said, 'We're gonna come with some intensity'. We kept that mindset the whole game.”
 Don Tapscott - “Kids are very savvy about the technology. But I'm not sure they totally understand the implications of a billion people being able to see them doing whatever is posted.”
 Ed Tapscott - “We hope we we'll get on the path for moving into the new arena (next season) and celebrating the 10th year of the WNBA. We needed to change the direction of this team before those events.”
 Ed Tapscott - “It was important to have that brand identity. And our brand fits well with the whole weather, news, information focus. We're very happy to be a partner with News 14.”
 Don Tapscott - “There is a fundamental change taking place in terms of how corporations create value and arguably, in terms of the core architecture of the corporation. I think it's the biggest change in a century in the ways that companies build relationships and interact with other entities, institutions in the economy and in society and arguably, the nature of the corporation itself.”
 Ed Tapscott - “What has gone on here in the past, I can never change. I would caution a rush to judgment on the process of winning the entire community. We believe it will happen over time.”
 Don Tapscott - “Companies that don't understand that these kids are different as consumers, are going to be in deep trouble, too. I mean they have huge power as consumers, much bigger than the baby boom per capita. We really need to wake up and understand. Because it's going to affect the brand, it will affect everything that we know about marketing.”
 Don Tapscott - “This is the first generation of people that work, play, think and learn differently than their parents, ... They are the first generation to not be afraid of technology. It's like the air to them.”
 Don Tapscott - “No one has shown any connection whatsoever between these games and tragic incidents such as Littleton, or to youth violence in general, ... But countless studies have shown a linkage of youth violence to factors such as poverty, lack of parental involvement, family violence, untreated mental illness, the proliferation of guns, substance abuse and illegal drug wars.”