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My Quora answers, The Prisoner, TV

Should The Prisoner be remade into a movie?

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My Quora answers, TV

What made Twin Peaks a cult TV series?

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Movies, My Quora answers

Is James Bond 007’s real name or is it a "codename" given to the agent?

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My Quora answers, UX 101

What are user research studies?

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Movies, My Quora answers, Orson Welles

Would a deal like the one Orson Welles got with RKO be possible today?

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My Quora answers, Trek

Which Star Trek film is most like an extended TV episode?

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Movies, My Quora answers, Orson Welles

Was Orson Welles proud of Citizen Kane?

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My Quora answers, UX Articles

What is a good example of a feature people think is critical but never used?

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My Quora answers, UX Articles

What are some important UX best practices for creating interactive kiosks?

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Movies, My Quora answers, Orson Welles

What’s the moral or underlying theme of Citizen Kane?

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My Quora answers, UX Articles

What is the difference in product thinking and design thinking?

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Geek, Movies, My Quora answers, Orson Welles

What is the meaning of the famous Orson Welles quote, ‘The enemy of art is the absence of limitations’?

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Disney, Family, Featured Articles, Geek, My Quora answers

What are some of the best Walt Disney World hacks?

My Quora answers

There was a scene in Twin Peaks where Cooper has grey hair and a subtitle reads "25 years later." Why 25?

My Quora answers, UX 101, UX Articles

User scenarios, user stories, use cases – what’s the difference?

My Quora answers, Trek

What are the details of William Shatner’s deal with Priceline?

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