'However, while many people define genius differently, most agree that Richard Feynman was one and there is probably no better example of his brilliance than his famous talk, There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom. It not only launched a revolution in physics and engineering that is still being played out today, it shows us how a true genius really thinks.'
Pete Seeger on Combinatorial Creativity, Originality, Equality, and the Art of Dot-Connecting. by Maria Popova. “All of us, we're links in a chain.” In 1987, shortly after being appointed editor of SongTalk, the journal of the ...
I gave a guest lecture on storytelling and listening yesterday. Here are some notes I wrote in preparation. Maybe they’ll be of use? I use story as a means of clarifying my thinking. When I am working...
Host Alex Howard of O'Reilly Radar moderates a panel including Clay Johnson, Lorelei Kelly, and Matt Lira in a February 17, 2012 discussion on the meaningful use of social media by Congress and the Government as part of Social Media Week DC.
Nick Cave to recreate his “Heard” performance art piece in Denver's Civic Center Denver Post Things are looking up for Denver's Biennial of the Americas with the announcement that artist Nick Cave will recreate his recent and successful “Heard”...
"Recently on westXdesign–via scoopit–we found an interesting graphic about naming 12 principles of collaboration.
Collaboration is among the most-often promoted fluencies of 21st century learning (along with creativity and communication). However, there are very few frameworks or models that exist to support the development of better collaboration forms. As it is, in many K-12 learning environments, collaboration is limited to teacher-created grouping, or more scattered project-based learning groups that converge on a single project and thus a single goal.
The following principles of collaboration (seemingly created for businesses but clearly applicable to learning) push that idea a bit further–with some important emphases on the individual, including:"
The demand for creativity from employees is rising in this age of rapid technological advancement.... Some of you may think that creativity is an inborn trait rather than something that can be learned and developed.
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