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Dec 4

futurescope:

4 World-Changing Products Dreamed Up by Bill Gates

Great Stuff. From Wired:

This holiday season, Bill Gates wants stuff that doesn’t exist. Not for himself, mind you, but for the developing world. Gates has tons of ideas for products that would improve lives there, if only someone would build them. So WIRED decided to bring his wish list to life: We asked four premier product design firms to turn some of his notions into full-blown prototypes. The results are a bit fanciful—but every lifesaving innovation starts with a great idea.

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Ka lā hiki ola, the dawning of a new day

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Oct 25

austinkleon:

Let my very funny friend Matt Diffee, he of New Yorker fame, teach you how to get a great idea.

See also: Frank Chimero’s “How To Have An Idea”

Do watch the video, for all the elements of a terrific presentation.


Oct 14
“Don’t worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good you’ll have to ram them down people’s throats.” Howard Aitken (via jayparkinsonmd)

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Oct 13
One to bookmark, this is a link index to a wealth of reading on the urban habitat: Urban Omnibus | 50 Ideas:

The Omnibus is all about ideas. From the beginning, Urban Omnibus has  been a showcase of good ideas for the future of cities, conceived in  the public interest and tried and tested in the five boroughs of New  York. So, we have decided to surface some of the ideas that have  appeared on Urban Omnibus over the past two years and broadcast them  around the city.

And you never know… an idea relevant to one discipline (in this case, urbanity) can be a contagion for another… look for your own relativity.

One to bookmark, this is a link index to a wealth of reading on the urban habitat: Urban Omnibus | 50 Ideas:

The Omnibus is all about ideas. From the beginning, Urban Omnibus has been a showcase of good ideas for the future of cities, conceived in the public interest and tried and tested in the five boroughs of New York. So, we have decided to surface some of the ideas that have appeared on Urban Omnibus over the past two years and broadcast them around the city.

And you never know… an idea relevant to one discipline (in this case, urbanity) can be a contagion for another… look for your own relativity.


Oct 12

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