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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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My Personal Blogging Ecosystem

Hello! Before we get down to business, here’s just a quick announcement: This weekend I launched a new WordPress plugin called Foursquare Map – any readers with your own blogs, please check it out and let me know how it goes! Another thing I did this week was to set up my own GTD system […]

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World Builder – A Film Where Holography Meets Romance

I stumbled upon a video last night, in which a man builds a virtual world using holographic tools for a certain special someone. It’s a blend of astounding graphics, clever user interface ideas, some poignant moments, and an actor who does this odd sideways smirk quite often (but don’t let that spoil it). World Builder […]

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