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Shark Porcupine Hoot Owl

I found this in The Mad Bathroom Companion © 2004 and thought it was really clever.  The artist is credited on the image, but for those of you looking at the thumbnail: it’s Max Brandel. It’s a simple idea, and it’s something almost anyone can do.  Making our own looks like a fun and creative …

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Gap

Suggested by Wil Wheaton, who has a Tumblr HERE and a blog HERE.

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A Kind of Perceived Truth

Excerpted from The Great Influenza by John M. Barry,  © 2004: Indeed, methodology matters more than anything else. Methodology subsumes, for example, Thomas Khun’s well-known theory of how science advances. Kuhn gave the word “paradigm” wide usage by arguing that at any given point in time, a particular paradigm, a kind of perceived truth, dominates …

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Serendipitous Accidents

“Creativity, like love, requires a soft focus; an ongoing flirtation with the unknown and the irrational; a state of mind open to the serendipitous accident or the unexpected flight of fancy that can come along and lift you right out of the everyday.”  ~Michael Green, Zen & the Art of the Macintosh ©1986

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Creative

“When I say be creative, I don’t mean that you should all go and become great painters and great poets. I simply mean let your life be a painting, let your life be a poem.”  ~Osho (via)

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