Creativity in the Air

Creativity in the Air

Still dealing with an Olympic hangover.

For a couple of weeks it was all-Olympics-all-the-time.  I was totally ok with that.

I love watching competition – especially Olympic competition.

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There Should be a Law for That

There Should be a Law for That

Said almost no one ever.

Well, maybe not a new law – just a more broad application of an existing law – specifically relating to content management.

I read about this last week and it’s stuck with me ever since.

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Can’t Spell Motivation without Motion

Can’t Spell Motivation without Motion

Merkilegt

That’s the Icelandic word for remarkable.

Apparently there is some major international soccer tournament going on right now and the team from Iceland is the headline for how well they are playing.  I don’t know anything about soccer, but I guess their success is a really big deal.  A real Cinderella-story – Iceland playing “The World’s Game.”

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Content Management - In 3 Letters

Content Management - In 3 Letters

Apparently the people at Scripps are a little solicitous.

That means worried – except harder to spell.

Scripps is the major player in the sport of professional spelling.  I know, I know.  The competition is on ESPN, so it must be a sport – discussion for a different day.

I read an article predicting doom for the future of the National Spelling Bee because the competitors are getting too good.  The contest ended in a tie.  Again.  There have been more ties in the past 3 years than in the previous 90 years of The Bee.  Of all the words in the universe, they couldn’t come up with a few that the 11-13 year olds couldn’t spell.  That’s crazydiculous. (I don’t know if that is a real word but if it is, I am sure that’s how you spell it).

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Snow White and Speed Writing

Snow White and Speed Writing

The new IOS video uses whiteboard animation, a form or technique that you cannot not watch. You might remember an older UPS commercial where a hand is diagramming on an easel in hyper speed. I think the reason it is so addictive to the eye is that we all intrinsically love to see progress sped up.

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