Unfamiliar perspectives are all around us. Reach for a new lens and look around. You might have greater appreciation. You might get new ideas. You might communicate better. You might understand more.
This is the story and walk-thru of how I resolved a lingering bad browsing habit using the People feature in Google Chrome. Workspace Preference Some people prefer working on a desk that looks like it has never been used. For me, a bit of clutter can be helpful for focusing. Just like coffee, white noise, or glasses. […]
“So why’d you move?” I’ve gotten that question a lot. And frankly, I was excited to get it. But I didn’t anticipate answering it differently almost every time it was asked of me. So then, why did I move? Let me get back to you on that. What I do know, is that the drive […]
A blend of rich minds assemple on Twitter every Tuesday at 11am for a discussion hosted by @ChicagoIdeas. Mick Ebeling of Not Impossible Labs broke from 3D printing for humanity and joined us as a co-host this past Tuesday. He led a discussion on “Help One, Help Many.” Of the customary five questions proposed throughout the #ideaschat […]
Fast Company, this week, published an interesting article about a new search engine called, Yossarian. It’s promise is that it can make you more creative. But the diagram below the headline was more eye-catching than the click-baity hook! Instead of returning results matching your search phrase, Yossarian returns metaphors. It tries to counteract group-think/ filter […]