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Doodling is a low-cost cone of silence; a low-tech memory stick.

Doodling is a low-cost cone of silence.

It is a private daydreaming space enabled by the simple action of making marks on paper.

Doodling is personal, more so than sketching or drawing. I haven’t found the data to back this up, but my guess is that introverts are natural-born doodlers.

Doodling is a pen and paper activity. You can doodle on a tablet too, but digital technology makes it…

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Enrique Martínez

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Devil’s Advocate in Chief. To exist is to resist. Bringing a creative perspective to leadership. Design is a life skill. Drawing in black and white.

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