An irregular blog of stuff - Design, Music, Film and Media...things that can interrupt your day (in a good way). By Steven Thomas: Husband, Father, life long indie-kid. I run a digital start up called WOW247.com based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Yes, you can teach creativity. You give people a set of tools and techniques and approaches, and you help them gain the necessary mindset. Creativity is a result of knowledge, skills, and attitudes that allow you to be a problem-solver.

The always great Tina Seelig explains how to teach creativity in her interview with VentureBeat. (via creativesomething)

"The Boulermaker" Peroni Red with a Heavan Hill Bourbon… Care of @The Last Word #edinburgh #wow247

"The Boulermaker" Peroni Red with a Heavan Hill Bourbon… Care of @The Last Word #edinburgh #wow247

jthenr-comics-vault:

1998 Cartoon Network AD for Batman TAS

I’ve always loved this style of illustration on Batman.   Brings back great memories.

jthenr-comics-vault:

1998 Cartoon Network AD for Batman TAS

I’ve always loved this style of illustration on Batman.   Brings back great memories.

Soaring above a huge glacier… Or just some clouds.

Soaring above a huge glacier… Or just some clouds.

If we stop worrying so much about being good and worry more about being satisfied; if we stop treating our kids like problems to be solved and parenthood like a skill to be mastered; if we simply calmed down about every little thing, then we might be able to enjoy ourselves a little more. Then things might just get better for everyone. Then things might just get great.

The Downsides of Being a Great Dad by Richard Dorment (via esquire)