On Tuesday several companies announced a new initiative called “Girls Who Code,” in hopes of increasing the number of young women who become programmers and engineers.
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Why could a small start-up build Instagram, a photo app, and sell it for $1 billion while companies like Eastman Kodak, steeped in photography and the emotionalism of photography, could not? Culture got in the way.
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