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13 Tools to Promote Divergent Thinking

New ideas can come from anywhere, but are often hardest to find when you’re actually looking for them.¬†However, I believe it’s possible to jumpstart your brain, even under pressure, by applying yourself to a bit of divergent thinking: Divergent thinking typically occurs in a spontaneous, free-flowing manner, such that many ideas are generated in an […]

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The Future of Love

Love is here to stay Human beings are hard-wired to love. As babies, we rely solely on the love of our parents for our survival. As adults, our instinct to love keeps us producing those babies. So what is the future for love? Guest blogger Lindsey Mountford investigates: Love is a drug. The state we […]

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Technosis

There is a new mental condition to look out for, people. Try this self-diagnosis and let me know how you did in the comments below. Do you feel stressed if you haven’t checked your voice or e-mail within the last 12 hours? Yes/No Do you feel as if you can’t cook a meal without technological […]

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Web Discoveries for October 20th

These are my del.icio.us links for October 20th Eigenharp Alpha – A new kind of instrument for the future of expressive electronic music – research for an upcoming piece. Wearable Technology, the next User Experience Frontier | UXbyDesign – Some brilliant real-world applications of wearable computers, that could drive us further into the age of […]

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