Stefan Sagmeister’s ‘The Happy Show’ is centered around the well known designer’s ten year exploration of happiness. Read More.
“ Technology is usually fairly neutral. It’s like a hammer, which can be used to build a house or to destroy someone’s home. The hammer doesn’t care. It is almost always up to us to determine whether the technology is good or bad. ”
Noam Chomsky, answering a question from an 11-year-old named Honor on whether technology is always good. It’s the perfect answer, if you ask me.
Chomsky’s words come from Does My Goldfish Know Who I Am?, a collection of young people’s questions answered by great scientists and thinkers. It’s ample proof that many of our greatest questions are simple ones, and their answers delight minds both brilliant and new.
Check out more great excerpts from the book at Brain Pickings.
You really must try harder
Pues Felipe tendrá un Dinovember https://medium.com/thoughts-on-creativity/6f4cb1886d41 o un Duplocember (nuestra versión tropicalizada)
MIT Media Lab guru Joi Ito says we need to be all four of these people to make innovation happen. #iusf13
- It should arrest and hold attention.
- It should then invoke curiosity.
- It should surprise.
- It should invoke wonder.
- It should bring joy.
- It should be memorable.
- Bonus points if it’s funny.
Check out my Fast Company article on this fantastic Virgin America music video.
Al mejor estilo Air New Zealand… de como se toma una tarea ordinaria del negocio y se amplifica para desarrollar la marca
The creative process