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For anyone who has ever doodled out a new business strategy on the back of a bar napkin--or could relate to Jerry Seinfeld when his hotel maid tossed his brilliant napkin brainstorm, check out today's Jots for the power of the visual. Also: Spitzer spi... [Read More]


Whether picture or metaphor, the key is clearly describing a great, simple idea. Often the brainstormer is using the tools to spell the idea out rather than show it clearly and let it sell itself.

Why does your use of a mac not surprise me ;-)

Thank you for the tip, Seni, and the link. Maybe we can do that during Blogger Social? Would love to be in a group. Museums to me are "please discuss" experiences : )

I suggest EVERYONE in the NY area visit the new exhibit at the MoMA, "Design and the elastic mind" overall just an amazing exhibit showcasing the intersection of media, social interaction, nano-tech, design, organic design, etc etc. Beautiful stuff. The kicker is that there is also a stunning data visualization component that you can geek on for quite sometime. Check out the site here: http://moma.org/exhibitions/2008/elasticmind/

Site is very interesting too as it threads together the multiple influences of each piece.


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