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ONA DC 2012: Javaun Moradi on Seeing Patterns


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NPR's Javaun Moradi's slides from his ONA DC 2011 presentation on why he keeps seeing NPR staffers dress alike.

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ONA DC 2012: Javaun Moradi on Seeing Patterns

  1. 1. You people all look the same to me (But why?) Javaun Moradi NPR Digital @javaun
  2. 2. Theory 1: “You’re wearing a sweater that was selected for you…”
  3. 3. We’re followers, not leaders
  4. 4. Theory 2: NPR is a Cult
  5. 5. Theory 3: “A black cat crossing your path signifies that the animal is going somewhere.” – Groucho Marx
  6. 6. cc: c.a. muller