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  • Multidimensional Thinking

    The question of communication between humans and machine is complex and multilayered. It bridges linguistics, computer science, cognition and design. This is the question this research tries to address.

  • In The Information Age, You Can’t Google Good Ideas

    Passive accumulation of information does not flex our creative muscles, and potentially causes them to atrophy.

  • How Technology Enhances Creativity

    "Technology does not quell creativity (…). The truth is that by expanding possibilities and automating part of the creative process, we can all be more creative and productive."

  • Unlearning Mistaken Ideas

    "The psychological study of misconceptions shows that all of us possess many beliefs that are flawed or flat-out wrong—and also that we cling to these fallacies with remarkable tenacity".

  • How to Stimulate Curiosity

    Three practical ways to use information gaps to stimulate curiosity.

  • THNKR on Creativity Post

    THNKR is a new YouTube channel from, a global studio that creates some of the world’s most innovative content across all forms of media. The company develops, produces and distributes television, feature films, commercials, music programming, smartphone & tablet applications, digital content and design. The company has been honored with an Academy Award®, numerous Emmys®, a Golden Globe®, Grammys®, Webbys®, The Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Communication Design, and two Palme D’Or’s at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival.

  • Why We Believe Our Own Lies

    The power of cognitive dissonance in our daily lives.

  • Visualizing the Past

    A new web tool for visualizing the timeline of the universe.

  • The Artistic Thinking Process

    Santa Fe based artist and teacher Willy Bo Richardson shares his perspective on the creative process

  • Intersecting Neuroscience and Motorcycle Building in Creative Ways

    Interview with neuroscientist/motorcycle builder James Hammarhead about his creative process

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