Tag Archive | "creativity"

Welcome to the Cultural Singularity

Tuesday, August 28, 2012


I love to read about technology stuff, being the nerdy/inquisitive person that I am. One of the ideas that has been occupying my thoughts recently has been the concept of the Technological Singularity, as described by titan of the computing world Bill Joy. The idea, simply put, is that technological progress will exponentially increase once […]

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Life is a Remix of a Remix

Friday, July 27, 2012

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Yesterday’s post about artistic collaboration with social media led to some interesting commentary. I awoke to an email from one of my friends who had read my post. An artist himself, this chap has offered me some fascinating insights into the creative process and artistic collaboration, although, ironically, he does not use social media. In his […]

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Blog Your Way to Better Creativity

Sunday, April 1, 2012


     If you do anything with your life more engaging than watching paint dry, then you’ve probably run up against creative block in the pursuit of a goal. Creative block, no matter what discipline, can be a maddening ordeal. Conjuring the muse is often the difference between work that is merely adequate and work that stands […]

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