Posts Tagged "Creativity"

Three questions people ask me each week

Question 1

The first question goes something like this:

Hi Tom, I found your blog and really like the content. I’m currently a ________ with a degree in _______. I’ve been working for the past few years doing ________. However, I really dislike my job. I realized that it involves _______ and _________ all day (Read more...)

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Benefits of tool diversity, part II

In my previous post, Is tool fragmentation a good thing?, I lamented the trend toward tool fragmentation in the tech comm community, noting several disadvantages that fragmentation brings: fragmentation of community and knowledge sharing increased overhead of learning new tools frustration with HR departments who expect strong knowledge of their chosen tool (among hundreds) I (Read more...)

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Benefits of tool diversity, part II

In my previous post, Is tool fragmentation a good thing?, I lamented the trend toward tool fragmentation in the tech comm community, noting several disadvantages that fragmentation brings: fragmentation of community and knowledge sharing increased overhead of learning new tools frustration with HR departments who expect strong knowledge of their chosen tool (among hundreds) I (Read more...)

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The part of the brain you should listen to when writing

In This is your brain on writing, Carl Zimmer writes: A novelist scrawling away in a notebook in seclusion may not seem to have much in common with an NBA player doing a reverse layup on a basketball court before a screaming crowd. But if you could peer inside their heads, you might see some (Read more...)

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The part of the brain you should listen to when writing

In This is your brain on writing, Carl Zimmer writes: A novelist scrawling away in a notebook in seclusion may not seem to have much in common with an NBA player doing a reverse layup on a basketball court before a screaming crowd. But if you could peer inside their heads, you might see some (Read more...)

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