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“The young know less, which is why they often invent more.” via @jonahlehrer

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@DanielBor thanks so much for your post on @jonahlehrer & scientific writing ethics / publishing wfryer.me/1ee

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“…creativity is a verb, a very time-consuming verb…” by Milton Glaser quoted in @jonahlehrer “Imagine” wfryer.me/19d

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Reading about the amazing New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts @NOCCA wfryer.me/1lh via @jonahlehrer

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“Design is the conscious imposition of meaningful order” - Milton Glaser quoted in “Imagine” by @jonahlehrer wfryer.me/119

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“the most innovative teams are a mixture of the familiar & the unexpected” by @jonahlehrer in Imagine: How Creativity Works

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@bdyck I am really enjoying “Imagine” - very thought provoking read by @jonahlehrer - definitely check it out :-)

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iReading: Our Cluttered Minds by @jonahlehrer wfryer.me/1db reviewing “The Shallows” by Nicholas Carr (critical analysis w/citations)

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“there is no textbook 4ingenuity, no lesson plan 4divergent thinking-they must be discovered: the child has to learn by doing” @jonahlehrer

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Jonah Lehrer @jonahlehrer has 1 of the most creative & wonderful book author professional websites I’ve seen to date wfryer.me/vu

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Creativity thrives on constraints & in fact often blooms as a direct result of them. Great insights from @jonahlehrer wfryer.me/xb

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“The young know less, which is why they often invent more” by @jonahlehrer in “Imagine: How Creativity Works” wfryer.me/19d

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Added to my reading list: The Death and Life of Great American Cities by Jane Jacobs (1961) wfryer.me/1e5 via @jonahlehrer

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iReading: @jonahlehrer Cut at Wired Magazine wfryer.me/1k6 See my post from August for more background wfryer.me/1k7

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I started reading “Imagine: How Creativity Works” by @jonahlehrer on my iPad tonight, it’s going to be a great read! wfryer.me/wt

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“…thing that we end up with nothing at all, the silence of the scared imagination.” by @jonahlehrer in “Imagine” wfryer.me/19d

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“Our results showed when solvers rated the problem as outside their own field they were more likely 2 discover the answer” via @jonahlehrer

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“it is the exchanges we don’t expect, with the people we just met, that will change the way we think about everything” by @jonahlehrer

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“Even in this age of technology, we still get smart being around other smart people” by @jonahlehrer in Imagine wfryer.me/1k5

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“The secret of Pixar… has been its emphasis on teamwork, this belief U can learn a lot from coworkers” by Alvy Ray Smith via @jonahlehrer

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