I got another one from Derek Sivers, which is an outtake from his book “Anything You Want”. I know I want a lot of things, like an AT-AT. For the full transcript, you can check it on his site.
I am a fan of Monty Python, and this talk breaks creativity down into two things you need to be creative. What are they? Uh, I watched this a few weeks ago, so I forget. 😀 It’s good though!
Old School New School Steven Fischer has made a documentary on the nature of creativity and how one can reach his or her full potential. There are veteran actors, dancers and musicians interviewed here. Wonderful to hear other people’s creative processes.
10 Creativity Tips From Donald Miller I found this posted on G+. Donald Miller is an author of the books Blue Like Jazz and a Million Miles in a Thousand Years. Of course, I haven’t read those books, but I have a few friends that have. 😀 The last three tips he gives are fascinating and food for discussion. 😀
Inspiring? Depressing? Cute? I like it. 😀
What nobody tells people who are beginners — and I really wish someone had told this to me . . . is that all of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. For example, you want to make TV because you LOVE TV. There is stuff that you just LOVE. So you have… Read more →
What? There’s a WordPress Plugin for TED? How awesome is that? I haven’t had a chance to do much updating on this site, I’ve been spending a lot of time on my Debs and Errol site, but this is cool so I had to link it.
Some great quotes in here. 😀
Here is a sneak peek at Canada’s new copyright bill, and then a TED lecture from Johanna Blakely on how there is no copyright in the fashion industry. I *sigh* now.