From Ewan McIntosh: My students explore the themes upon which our planet really depends, immerse themselves in the ideas, find the problems they feel are worth solving, and then try them out in a prototype. | Read more.
From Brain Pickings: Creativity is combinatorial, that nothing is entirely original, that everything builds on what came before, and that we create by taking existing pieces of inspiration, knowledge, skill and insight that we gather over the course of our lives and recombining them into incredible new creations… | Read more.
“In the 1970s, DIY spread through the North American population of college- and recent-college-graduate age groups. In part, this movement involved the renovation of affordable, rundown older homes. But it also related to various projects expressing the social and environmental vision of the 1960s and early 1970s. The young visionary Stewart Brand, working with friends … | Read more.