Articles of Interest – March 15, 2013

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QUOTE(S) OF THE WEEK

 

“Don’t be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

“An education isn’t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It’s being able to differentiate between what you do know and what you don’t.” – Anatole France

 

“So many new ideas are at first strange and horrible, though ultimately valuable that a very heavy responsibility rests upon those who would prevent their dissemination.” – John Haldane

 

Innovation Quotes of the Week – March 9, 2013
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

 

VIDEO OF THE WEEK

 

Where art meets science: Who will produce the next da Vinci?
BBC News

 

FEATURED EVENT

 

Educating for Creativity
National Creativity Network
March 21

Missed January’s webinar? See it here.

 

RISD President John Maeda to Deliver a Keynote Address at AEP National Forum
Arts Education Partnership
April 4 – 5

 

NYLA – Live Ideas
New York Live Arts
April 17 – 21

 

Creativity Event
NZ Creativity Challenge
April 27 – 28

 

Why Won’t You Let Me Innovate?
Front End of Innovation Blog
May 6 – 8

 

The National Innovation Summit and Showcase jointly announces its call-for-innovations with TechConnect World 2013 in Washington D.C.
PR Newswire – The Sacramento Bee
May 12 – 16

 

State of Creativity Forum

Creative Oklahoma
November 19

 

CreativeMornings | a monthly breakfast lecture series
CreativeMornings
Various

 

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

 

Word ‘Innovate’ Said 650,000 Times At SXSW So Far
The Onion

 

Report: Chinese Third-Graders Falling Behind U.S. High School Students in Math, Science
The Onion

 

How to Increase the Quality of Ideas?
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

A Hole in the Wall, or Our Heads in the Cloud(s)?
Blog: Sam Chaltain, Democracy. Learning. Voice.

 

Learning Made Easy with Painting Portal for iPad
Blog: Technology in the Arts

 

The 10 most popular TED-Ed lessons so far
TED Blog

 

Ideas Trump Resources When it Comes to City Growth
Richard Florida – The Atlantic Cities

 

Suppressing Brain’s ‘Filter’ Can Improve Performance in Creative Tasks
Science Daily

 

Unleashing Engineering Creativity
Manufacturing.net

 

Taking Sides: Are the humanities in danger?
Brown Daily Herald

 

Method and madness in science and art
At the Interface, PLOS Blogs

 

Six Sigma ‘killed’ innovation in 3M
zdnet.com

 

Creativity, Trained Through The Senses
DesignTAXI.com

 

Role Models in Science and Engineering: Dr. Penelope Boston
USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

 

Copyright Protection That Serves to Destroy
WSJ.com

 

Take heed, O inventor: Beware the Ides of March!
Wisconsin Technology Network News

 

Measuring Creativity: We Have the Technology
Harvard Business Review

 

Yes, You Can Teach and Assess Creativity!
Edutopia

 

The Psychology of the Creative Class: Not as Creative as You Think
New Geography

 

SXSW 2013: Self-Publishing, David Carr and the ‘Theology of Free’
Publishing Weekly

 

Raise Your Left Hand for Greater Creativity!
Blog: Zig Zag, Psychology Today

 

Manifesto/Polemic:Best Teacher Corps Wins!
tompeters!

 

Arts and Sciences Challenge Promotes Brain Awareness
Blog: Brain Sense, Psychology Today

 

Giftedness Should Not Be Confused With Mental Disorder
Blog: Saving Normal, Psychology Today

 

CultureLab: It took more than inspiration to spawn Frankenstein
New Scientist

 

Anyone Can Innovate, But Not Everyone Can
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

Creative Cooperation Across Borders
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

The Brain and Why Innovation Gets Rejected
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

Time For An Education System Makeover
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

24 Canadianisms Way More Interesting than “Eh?”
Blog: Mental Floss

 

11 entertainers who found creative ways to make a living
TED Blog

 

The Albatross and the Chameleon
The Creativity Post

 

Double Helix Water
USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

 

Where Do You Put The Creativity?
Design Taxi

 

You Only Need an Idea and Imagination: Why Kids Should Do Science Research
Education on GOOD

 

Google Concedes That Drive-By Prying Violated Privacy
The New York Times

 

Cellphones: A Teen’s Lifeline to the Internet
Mashable

 

Put A Brain On It! How The Gush Of Stories About Neuroscience Softens Our Brains
Fast Company

 

Mentorship is Vital to Driving Innovation
Under30CEO.com

 

Four Things I Learned From Studying Innovation in 3 U.S. Cities
Xconomy

 

Live Chat: Do the Arts Make Us Smarter?
Science
March 14, 3 pm EDT

 

Creative Industries connecting the creative dots
Global Business Hub – Boston.com

 

Authors and publishers objects to Amazon’s “.book” and “.read” names; future process unclear
paidContent

 

These Crazy Science Experiments Are Actually Gorgeous Abstract Art
Co.Exist: Fast Company

 

10 Entrepreneurial Lessons From the ‘Gang of Four’
Start Up Professionals Musings

 

The Music of Business
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

Intel Science Talent Contest Nurtures Spirit of Inquiry
The New York Times

 

Your Education Stories (for a price)
Blog: Sam Chaltain, Democracy. Learning. Voice.

 

Diane Ravitch Launches New Education Advocacy Counterforce
Politics K-12 – Education Week

 

The top women innovators of all time
Blog: Scott Berkun

 

Never enough
Seth’s Blog

 

Great minds think alike when it comes to funding brain research
MacLeans.ca

 

Role Models in Science and Engineering: Gae Aulenti
USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

 

Steve Jobs Had It Wrong: Why You Should Look To Consumers For Product Innovation
Co.Create: Fast Company

 

China to enhance innovation capacity
People’s Daily Online

 

Also
What’s The Roadmap For Innovation In China?
Co.Design: Fast Company

 

How to Get Anti-Innovators Up and Running?
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

4 Steps For Combining The Hacker Way With Design Thinking from Google Ventures
Business on GOOD

 

How to Know if You Know
The Creativity Post

 

The 6 Most Important Steps to Building an Internal Innovation Culture
Blog: Front End of Innovation

 

What You Can Learn About Innovation By Taking The Trash Out
Fast Company

 

Hiring Creative Employees
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

Gamification projects, What games fit what demographics? Gamification part 2
Blog: Technology in the Arts

 

Innovation is Business at its Best
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

Twinkle, Twinkle Musical Star
The Creativity Post

 

Does Design + Celebrity = Innovation? [infographic]
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

There Are No Best Practices
Blog: Innovation Excellence

 

Marvel Comics Introduces Redesigned Apps and New Video Programming
The New York Times

 

Teaching ‘By Hand’ in a Digital Age
The Conversation – The Chronicle of Higher Education

 

Lincoln v. Lincoln
The X Change Files, The Science & Entertainment Exchange

 

Boost Your Creativity By Listening To Coffee Shop Noises At Your Work Space
Design Taxi

 

 

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