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Books and ebooks

Books and ebooks
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This piece Why Are Ebooks So Terrible? by Ian Bogost in The Atlantic got me thinking about books and ebooks and how I use them. Books are important to thought. They are not usually an individual tool for thought - there are not many books we open up when we

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Disc-bound Notebooks - Short Review

Disc-bound Notebooks - Short Review
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One advantage that I didn't expand on in the main article on paper is that a notebook and pen remains a very portable solution for making notes. Digital devices that can record handwriting do exist (e.g. iPad, reMarkable 2) but they are expensive and still not as easy to

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Artefact Cards - Tools For Thought Review

Artefact Cards - Tools For Thought Review
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Artefact Cards are a physical tool for thought created by John Willshire in 2012. From the website's description page: Artefact Cards help you capture, sort and play with your ideas. The process is simple; Create, Connect, Reorder. Start by writing or drawing your ideas on individual cards, find new connections

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Creative Problem Solving - In short

Creative Problem Solving - In short
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This is a short summary of the Creative Problem Solving process. A longer piece will appear at a later date. [Datestamp: 01/06/2021] The roots of the Creative Problem Solving process are in the 1953 book Applied Imagination by Alex Osborn. (Osborn was the original "O" in the BBDO

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