Children are born with a perfect Operating System. It’s very powerful, resilient, and fearless. A child’s Operating System is naturally curious, it’s not afraid to ask questions and explore. Deeply creative, a child’s OS believes that anything is possible, and given the right tools, like some paper and some crayons, it can draw out complex yet beautiful illustrations of how purple elephants make sense in the scheme of things and how dogs can fly.
As adults, what we have to be careful about, is “hacking” the perfect operating system by using commands like “that’s not possible” or “you are too young to worry about that”. We have to be careful that we are not viral, capturing groups of these operating systems in classrooms and infecting many with the idea that the only way to succeed in life is to conform and become rigid… To be safe.
Rebooting an adults OS and trying to restore it to its original configuration is far more difficult than making sure that a child’s OS is protected from hacking and viruses.
LED and Xenon Technology for a Smarter Headlight
Featured in #Braverywins, the LED and xenon lights for the Audi S6 can pivot up to 15 degrees to help you see around curves while dedicated static cornering lamps shine at wider angles to aid with sharper turns.
The Horizon: Sush.io -
Amazing UI for Financial Dashboard. Raw Data finally Fresh.
It’s seldom that you find me writing about a particular product or service. Because I love so many of the cool new ideas that are coming forward; I would probably find myself writing all the time. Companies like Dispatch.io, though they are not brand new, they are new in my world, and they are changing it.
Sugata Mitra: The child-driven education -
Yes, LOVE Monday’s, fear Thursday’s and loathe Friday’s.
I was just having a conversation with a colleague of mine and we realized that we had something in common. We both LOVE Monday’s. We both have this burning in us on Sunday that says… “Tomorrow is the start of another 5 days of absolute opportunity, and 2 days that can afford us some overtime to get it done!” …
I am writing this as a reminder for Creative Leaders. Magic is, for the most part … Invisible.
I know that this sounds like a pretty obvious reality, BUT I feel that I may need to say it to keep this in the front of the minds of Creative Leaders. At MASSIVE I get the opportunity to work with some of the most creative organizations and individuals in the country. It’s my job (in part) to keep them disturbed enough to continue the pursuit of creative excellence.