• An Argument Against AGI

    Our unique, innate ability as creative humans is an important identification. It will reveal currents in automation, AI, and innovation opportunities.

  • Can Makers Make Money As Entrepreneurs?

    It’s common for the “highly creative” to find sales and marketing hard to stomach. There’s a constant tension between sales functions and the reason we have to do these functions in the first place: our creative work. Is it even possible to be a true maker and an entrepreneur and make money?

  • Stop Sugar-coating Creativity!

    In response to a high demand for answers, the bunkum and balderdash of oversimplified creativity solutions are continuously shoved down a hungry market’s throat. The question remains: Is the current state of knowledge about creativity in a position to deliver meaningful, scientifically sound conclusions to what creativity is and how to foster it?

  • Art & Assault: Feeling & Aesthetic Value

    A look at whether the immoral behavior of an artist should impact the aesthetic value of their work.