A New Yorker Article talking about the ultimate failure of brainstorming has some great insights into how important corridor meetings are to creativity.
Article: The 5 Things I Look for In a Great Job Interview Once I was asking a prospective employee to explain an 18-month gap in his employment history. To this day I remember his response verbatim. It went like this: “Man, the whole work thing … ya’ know … like, wow.” I was left mouth agape […]
If you’ve ever read this particular Beatrix Potter book, and wondered what the riddles meant, then you’ll want to read the riddles of Squirrel Nutkin.
Can you iron a shirt in three minutes?
[nathan] Impressive (32 second YouTube video).
[ disassociated ] A few ideas to help people decide to take the stairs instead of the elevator for short trips.
This is outside of my skill-set, but if you’re interested in making your own Angry Birds toys, you should look at these tutorials. Green, white, black and pigs, yellow bird, plush pig and blue bird and the original red bird. Via Nathan
[ barb ] Getting Creative Things Done – How To Fit Hard Thinking Into a Busy Schedule is a new take on what to do during those big blocks of time you try and carve out when you’re trying to finish a big project.
Ever wondered about the plot of The Bold and the Beautiful from 1987 until now? wonder no longer.
A great headline, but not – it seems – actually true: How Visa Predicts Divorce.