Robert Muchamore goes after fellow children's writers with 'big samurai sword'
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London Book And Poetry Events: 7-13 November 2013
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50 Covers for 2013 | The Casual Optimist; American Smoke by Iain Sinclair; design by Nathan Burton (Hamish Hamilton)
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Eight Fictional Inventions I Wish Were Real, But Only Because I Am Lazy
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Still Shining and Spooked, but Hopeful
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Doctor Sleep: Stephen King. I mean, a sequel to one of my favorite books, of course I loved it. Great read for a SK fan.
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Read my review here: http://www.horrortalk.com/book-reviews/3900-doctor-sleep-stephen-king-book-review.html
Amazon.com: Doctor Sleep: A Novel (9781476727653): Stephen King: Books ---- sequel to The Shining, comes out 09/24/13
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The Hole: An Existential Meditation in Simple Scandinavian Illustrations and Die-Cut Magic
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The Hole: An Existential Meditation in Simple Scandinavian Illustrations and Die-Cut Magic | Brain Pickings - In every page, the hole is masterfully incorporated into the visual narrative, adding an element of tactile delight that only an analog book can afford.
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You can't smell a good book from a device! Thats why real books are the best! ^^^ Oh... I thought he was sneezing. XD
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The Great E-Books Vs. Print Debate
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Goethe on the Psychology of Color and Emotion | Brain Pickings
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Color wheel designed by Goethe in 1809. He published one of the earliest formal explorations of color theory: Theory of Colours — his treatise on the nature, function, and psychology of colors.
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A color wheel designed by Goethe in 1809. From: Goethe on the Psychology of Color and Emotion | Brain Pickings| "…light and darkness, brightness and obscurity, or if a more general expression is preferred, light and its absence, are necessary to the production of colour… Colour itself is a degree of darkness."
Color wheel designed by Goethe in 1809. Click here to "Goethe on the Psychology of Color and emotion." (http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/08/17/goethe-theory-of-colours/)
Goethe´s Colorwheel ……………………Goethe's Theory of Colours provided the first systematic study of the physiological effects of color (1810). His observations on the effect of opposed colors led him to a symmetric arrangement of his color wheel, "for the colours diametrically opposed to each other… are those that reciprocally evoke each other in the eye." (Goethe, Theory of Colours, 1810 ). In this, he anticipated Ewald Hering's opponent color theory (1872).
Goethe's symmetric colour wheel with associated symbolic qualities (1809). Goethe color circle to symbolize the human mind and soul life. The scheme illustrates the chapter "Allegorical, symbolic, mystical use of color" in Goethe's color theory. Inscription (inner ring) [red] "beautiful" [orange] "noble" [yellow] "good" [green] "useful" [blue] "common" [purple] "unnecessary" (outer ring) [red-orange ] "reason" [yellow-green] "intellect" [green-blue] "sensuality" [violet-red] "imagination"
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John Cleese - a lecture on Creativity
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John Cleese on the 5 Factors to Make Your Life More Creative “Creativity is not a talent. It is a way of operating.”
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John Cleese - a lecture on Creativity. 'Creativity is not a talent. It is a way of operating.' He is one of my favorite people on the planet!
John Cleese - a lecture on Creativity. 'Creativity is not a talent. It is a way of operating'
John Cleese - a lecture on Creativity. Fantastic, and no less relevant now years later.
John Cleese - a lecture on Creativity. Absolutely fantastic!
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On Design: Gijs Bakker | Dutch master jeweler Gijs Bakker unpacks the genius of his beloved chasing tool in the latest instalment of #OnDesign
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Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity | MIT Technology Review
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'How Do People Get New Ideas?' - Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity | MIT Technology Review #Creativity #Isaac_Asimov
Isaac Asimov “How Do People Get New Ideas?”1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity | MIT Technology Review
Isaac Asimov Asks, “How Do People Get New Ideas?” http://www.technologyreview.com/view/531911/isaac-asimov-asks-how-do-people-get-new-ideas/?utm_source=pocket
Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity | MIT Technology Review: "What is needed is not only people with a good background in a particular field, but also people capable of making a connection between item 1 and item 2 which might not ordinarily seem connected."
1959 yılında Asimov yaratıcılık üzerine düşüncelerini bir hikaye ile kaleme aldı. (Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity | MIT Technology Review) #creativity
How do people get new ideas? Asimov on Creativity in the MIT Review
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How Do People Get New Ideas? | Isaac Asimov | Technology Review | MIT | It's ironic I stumbled onto this article because this concept sort of bubbled up into my consciousness recently, and I've been thinking about it since. It's especially ironic since I've never read anything from MIT Review before. I agree with what Isaac thinks in this article. It's all about the ability to make connections based on knowledge stores. The problem is, every time you make a grand connection, somebody has already published a book on the concept . . . Especially in the digitally connected age of information we are all living in now. Everything seems to already been said, and if it hasn't, there are questionable digital privacy and copyrighting laws which make it extremely difficult to protect your original ideas. My question is: What are doing with new information? If an idea isn't used, and doesn't have a practical application, then by definition, it's worthless.
How to incubate ideas
Ira Glass on Storytelling. UPDATE: Thanks for all your kind words guys! It's quite overwhelming to see this shared and retweeted all over! ...