Supporting people’s confidence in their creativity / Creative Evangelist
In California, everything that isn’t explicitly forbidden is allowed. In Europe, everything that isn’t explicitly allowed is forbidden.
…ncepts in the modern world. Clayton Christensen says disruptive innovation comes down to one thing: more people having access to tools that used to be available only to people with lots of money or skill.
… the ‘refugee simulator’. Apparently its great, but I found the idea in this context too dystopian. There are many good intentions paving the road to Davos.
… You pull a lever and immediately receive either an enticing reward (a match, a prize!) or nothing. Addictiveness is maximized when the rate of reward is most variable.
By shaping the menus we pick from, technology hijacks the way we perceive our choices and replaces them new ones. But the closer we pay attention to the options we’re given, the more we’ll notice when they don’t …
For us, that not-so-secret attention rocket is Casey, fueled by his honest belief that the highest calling for a creative person is to build something that enables creativity in others.
Don’t freak out, as William Bruce Cameron said: “Not everything that counts can be counted.”