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Links 1 through 10 of 88 by Angela Alcorn tagged Creativity

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Awesome animated flash games available to play online. They're all family-friendly puzzles, so they're okay for kids who aren't good at fast-action games. They use no words, so they're great for anyone worldwide.

The art is amazingly intricate and very stylistic. One was commissioned for Nike and another for Polyphonic spree. The games are fascinating and in some cases quite difficult.

All of their games are playable via this site - It'll keep you entertained for hours!

Website also has downloads of the bigger games, animations to watch, links to other awesome games and animations.

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John McQuaid -- "'In government, the real scandal is usually not what’s illegal, but legal and routine: the day-to-day status quo that, when examined closely by fresh eyes, turns out to be something monstrous'. But often it’s not enough to post the data and let it speak for itself: it must be marshaled in service to a story, an argument. That’s what historians do; journalists now have ever-greater opportunities to do the same."

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"A lab assistant surreptitiously sat in on a group of subjects being shown a variety of color slides. The subjects were asked to identify each of the colors. Most of the slides were obvious, and the group quickly settled into a tedious routine. However, Nemeth instructed her lab assistant to occasionally shout out the wrong answer, so that a red slide would trigger a response of "yellow," or a blue slide would lead to a reply of "green". After a few minutes, the group was then asked to free-associate on these same colors. The results were impressive: Groups in the "dissent condition" - these were the people exposed to inaccurate descriptions - came up with much more original associations. Instead of saying that "blue" reminded them of "sky," or that "green" made them think of "grass," they were able to expand their loom of associations, so that "blue" might trigger thoughts of "Miles Davis" and "smurfs" and "pie". The obvious answer had stopped being their only answer. "

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Matt Cutts: "I have a friend at Google who is really good at noticing things that annoy him. While walking from his car to his desk in the morning, he can easily find six things that irritate him because they should be improved. I’m not recommending that you make yourself more irritable, but I am saying that if you notice all the times you run across something that can be improved, those are opportunities. And I think one of the easy methods of spotting start-up ideas is looking around where you live and how you spend your time. Find the hotspots in your own life and you might identify some great products or services to build."

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Write 750 words every morning to get your creative juices flowing. It's kind of like Nanowrimo in bite-sized pieces.

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