(source: riverheadbooks youtube channel)
2010, 4 mins 7s
One of the most innovative, popular thinkers takes on -in exhilarating style – one of our key queries: ‘Where do good ideas come from?’
His says that connectivity of humans and the ability to share-alike as a community help good ideas incubate and flourish. Connectivity and the multiplicity of minds at work is in fact the reason why most of us love the world wide web. It helps us go beyond a certain boundary and get in touch with randomness.
Through more and more talks on creativity we are still not finding an answer to one of our key questions: Why be creative? or What to use our creativity for? or Should there ever be a ‘good’ reason to use creative ideas? or Should creativity dialogue with ethics?
- Good intentions, bad idea (scatteringmoments.wordpress.com)
- Digital serendipity: be careful what you don’t wish for (guardian.co.uk)