Haven’t You Read This Before?
Ben Noble
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Yup.

A few things I think about are (maybe it was Kleon who said) that a) I should be pulling from people 30, 50, 75 years ago for inspiration and b) if everyone is talking/doing/copying it, then it’s already become useless.

Seth Rogen (love him or hate him) spoke about how he develops movie scripts. Simply put, he decides what genre his next movie is going to be and then he binge watches old movies of the same genre to look for inspiration and then keeps every idea in a simple word document.

We should all speak to ghosts more.

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