Notice: These notes are sometimes verbatim even when not in quotation. All text is therefore George Grant’s; George Grant is the Guest Blogger in this post! Therefore, I don’t agree or disagree, it is what it is. Lament for a Nation: George Grant Chapter 1: LAMENT FOR A NATION • […]
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (or, in more recent editions, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn) is a novel by Mark Twain, first published in England in December 1884 and in the United States in February 1885. Commonly named among the Great American Novels, the work is among the first in major […]
Most creative speculation about the future is contingent on taking existing ideas and re-engineering them into a new form factor that is plausible. Take the idea of the Rolodex and the Resume; Linkedin is a logical extension of the physical realm. The internet is a reflection of the off-line. The […]
This Is A Cut Out Of The Eiffel Tower Try making this really fun print-able cut out of the Eiffel Tower that kids and creative types will love no matter how young you are. Use a colour ink or jet printer at the highest quality. Print it on an A4 sized […]
From the futurist who brought you Star Trek’s City at the Edge of Tomorrow and the Terminator…….
John Cleese On Humour: Humour is much more subjective. The rules of film comedy have changed because the market for films is completely shaped by the target audience NOT by the vision. The internal logic must be maintained in any given sketch or else it doesn’t work….these are the kinds […]
John Cleese on Creativity; What creativity isn’t; The close mode; The open mode; Getting into the open mode; Time; Avoiding rushed solutions; Confidence; Humour. John Cleese on Creativity: You need to study creativity in order to become creative. It isn’t innate, it’s learned. Studying creativity is quite fascinating. The sort […]