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I saw this video clip earlier this week. I love it.
In it I see the following principles we've been discussing over the past few weeks:
Principle 1: Experience the world instead of talking about experiencing the world
Principle 6: Life life at the intersection
Principle 8: Most new ideas aren't
09 May 2009 | Permalink
I'm with you, I really like the quote and feel it reflects a kind of natural instinct I've had running through my work for a long time.
It also made me wonder about childhood experiences where I would look around and build things from whatever I could find; orange crates, abandoned ham radio equipment, duct tape, etc.
Is there inside us a natural idea gathering, prototype developer that gets discouraged over time and disappears?
Keep creating...ideas worth stealing,
12 May 2009 at 01:18 PM
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