It seems that we can arrive at impressive innovations that change the world by actually exploring and embracing the elements that bound us.
I am a somewhat incorrigible hair-splitter. I suppose that comes from an earnest belief that great things (or at least interesting things) often come from those spaces in-between the fine lines of the prevailing pattern that we perceive as the surface and extent of something.
This headline relates to a story in Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. It is a funny anecdote that illustrates some cognitive processes that govern the way we form impressions and underscores how important it is to consistently produce high quality experiences.
I'm continuing to noodle away at this Value-Driven (Idea to Implementation) process. I think I've got something a little simpler now.
The fact that Windows 8 and WinRT will host Web technologies natively got me thinking.
In a previous post, I laid down some initial thinking on a flexible framework that would make it easier to manage the way we move from idea to implementation.
I like to design. I like to develop. Most of all, I like to explore ideas. Occasionally I overcome my laziness and write things down.