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Child’s Play in Art and Science, The Story of Una Hunt

Some ideas keep turning up like lucky pennies on the sidewalk. Take this one. Across the centuries, creative endeavor in the arts and sciences has often been compared to child's play. Any number of famous individuals have remarked upon the subject. Show More Summary

Who will be remembered 100 years from now? Part One

Who will still be remembered in 100 years? Paris Hilton, Miley Cyrus, the Gosselins, and Megan Fox may dominate the news, but will barely be footnotes in 20 years (if not, I will change species). In this first of two blogs on this topic, I will start the discussion of which living people truly belong to the ages. 

What Happens When Your Dreams No Longer Serve You?

At various times in your life, you'll find that your dreams have deserted you. They've gone into hibernation or disappeared all together--daydreams of success or desire that fueled your motivation, or dreams and visions of a life that embodied your innermost authentic self.

Why is Bath and Body Works so nice to my wife?

Why is Bath and Body Works so nice to my wife? The easy returns, the heavy duty coupons.... Do they just love her, or could the answer be found in Robert Cialdini's Influence?

Here’s To Arts at the Center: Final Reflections on the UNESCO 2nd World Conference on Arts Education

What do origami, talking points and champagne toasts have to do with resolving the tradition/innovation conundrum? All suggest that the cutting edge of modern culture lies in dialogue between diverse arts and sciences from around the world and their integrated role in creative education. 

Leg Warmers, Pac Man, and Paranoid Songs

Growing up in the 1980's wasn't always the easiest thing to do. Terrorism wasn't the ever-present threat (to the average person) that it is now, but we were still mired in a cold war, braced for nuclear attacks, and (too slowly) becoming aware of AIDS. Show More Summary

Is Creativity the Number 1 Skill for the 21st Century?

Against a backdrop of uncertainty, economic turmoil and unprecedented change a new picture is emerging of the skills and traits for success (and perhaps even simply survival) in the modern era. At the heart of this essential skillset for the future lies... creativity. 

Half the Bike, Twice the Ride

Halfbike II is an urban mobility vehicle that aims to awaken rider's natural movements

Surface Separation and Other Design Trends from the New York Auto Show

Distorted trapezoids, sculpted faces, and white everywhere are themes car designers hope will spark interest with customers

Do You Take Your Whisky ‘3D on the Rocks’?

TBWA/Hakuhodo creates award-winning advertising campaign for fashionable drinking

Waterproof, High-End Smartwatch Functions Beyond Apps

The Olio Model One watch takes a minimalist's approach to smart tech through design and function

How We Curated the PSFK 2015 Conference

Work-life balance is all but dead—reclaim it at our conference PSFK 2015: Live, Work Play Better

Why We Procrastinate at Bedtime

No external boss means we must self-monitor sleep habits.

Argentinian ‘Fun House’ Cafe for Both Kids and Adults

Fiii Fun House Cafe is a heavenly place where kids and adults can coexist peacefully

Skyscraper Hides a Garden, Jungle and Cave Mid-Tower

The Essence skyscraper concept creates a wild environment inside an urban location

PizzaTime Clock Delivers Hot Pies to Your Door

This working smart clock from Artefact Group will order and monitor the progress of your pies while you wait

Moleskine and Warner Bros. Unveil Batman Notebooks

The limited edition collection features five different cover designs by artists like Frank Miller

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