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John Cleese on Creativity

Here is a talk from John Cleese on creativity. It is well worth the thirty-five minutes. Cleese believes that we have two ways of operating when we are working – a closed and an open mode. The closed mode of operating is … Continue reading

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Why are we so curious?

Back from the long drive, I found this little article – Why are we so curious? – which relates to my own research into why we have evolved to love reading fiction. This article also says that childishness, distraction and time wasting … Continue reading

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