Posts Tagged ‘ideas’

Pinboard bookmarks for March 27th

Pinboard links for March 27th, syndicated automagically: ThinkerToys : Converting eWaste into educational fun toys, openTOYS – As a designer and engineer, I asked myself what should I do, I do not have political or economical power enough to make a difference. eWaste and kids not interested in education. What should I do? Ah! there […]

Ideas and ways to make them work

If you never have a single great idea in your life, but become skilled in executing the great ideas of others, you can succeed beyond your wildest dreams. They do not have to be your ideas — execution is all. When confronted with a great idea, your reaction should be to scrupulously analyze its commercial […]

Learn programming

Now that the weekend has arrived (no longer TGIF feelings) some neat inspiration is creeping up, ie. how to use this tool for creativity and imagination: Daniel Shiffman from Mark Webster on Vimeo.

The answer is something WE have to live together and co-create

I am tempted to tag this video – found via Ulrike – with #s21. And I am giving in, find a (german language) explanation at my other blog. It’s near to my heart, this #s21 thing.

How to get good (transformative) ideas

I would say that good ideas come from having many ideas … but there’s more, via BoingBoing: […]  a short video promo for Steven Johnson’s upcoming Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation, a lecture on the way that transformative ideas incubate for long times, come out of left field, and thrive best […]

Cut down on business ideas?

Well, Bootstrapping can be good, but you need to know when to scale it up … there’s a difference between lingering on and pursuing natural, organic growth. Whatever happened to big thinking in business (you know the answer, it’s alive and well). Transcript here.

Ideation and evolution of business models

Ideas having sex (by means of what? Right – social communication) – trade, exchange, free communication, openness, specialization and more. I am seeing (business model) innovation arenas, ie. the tweaking of markets, structures, strategies and competencies approaches, too: