„I think I’ve always thought of culture as DNA. I don’t know a lot about genetics, but I understand some of it and I think that what you really want are the genes that are positive to hyper-express themselves in culture.“

— Marissa Mayer, fortune.com http://fortune.com/2013/10/17/transcript-marissa-mayer-at-fortune-mpw/.

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