Winner of 2014 Creative Business Cup

July 28, 2014 in Blog Post | Comments (0)

2014 USA Creative Business Cup Press Release

For Immediate Release, July 28, 2014

Winner of 2014 USA CREATIVE BUSINESS CUP

Contact: Dennis Cheek, Executive Director, 904-859-6088  

 

Pictured: Dennis Smith, founder of 2ndLife Tech

The National Creativity Network (NCN) is pleased to announce the winner of the 2014 USA Creative Business Cup. The Creative Business Cup (www.creativebusinesscup.com) is an annual competition that culminates with the world finals in Copenhagen, Denmark on November 17-19, 2014 as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). Over fifty nations are expected to take part in this year’s finals before a distinguished panel of 20 global judges, dignitaries, and potential investors. Over $50,000 in prizes will be awarded along with extensive free mentoring and other services leading up to and going beyond the competition and the potential of private deals between investors and the competing creative businesses. The competition focuses exclusively on recent business start-ups that draw upon the talents of the creative industries, e.g., design, architecture, advertising, publishing, music, film & video, arts & crafts, IT, radio & TV, gastronomy, and leisure activities.

 

2ndLifeTech of Winston-Salem, NC (www.2ndlifetech.com) is the 2014 winner of the USA Creative Business Cup. 2ndLifeTech is a design solutions company that focuses on inaperçu waste – waste that is right under our very noses but frequently not perceived. Its first product, BatteryVampire (www.batteryvampire.com), is a patent-pending small unit that takes the place of a second AA battery in a device and uses the one remaining battery to power it. This groundbreaking approach uses up all of the energy in the battery and hopefully over time significantly reduces the 10 billion batteries a year placed in landfills. Dennis Cheek, Executive Director of the National Creativity Network, hails 2nd LifeTech as a potential energy-saving breakthrough that battery by battery helps the environment by both greatly reducing energy wastage and diminishing landfill toxins that threaten groundwater. He notes that “it speaks to the power of teams of designers to reimagine even longstanding existing technologies and use creative ideas to launch the very kind of new creative businesses that are the core focus of this exciting annual international competition.”

 

David Smith, founder of 2ndLifeTech, said, “I am excited and honored that our company will be going to Copenhagen to represent the USA, North Carolina, and particularly the blossoming, creative, entrepreneurial economy within the Piedmont Triad region of our state.” 2ndLifeTech has derived a great deal of assistance in its entrepreneurial journey from The Center for Creative Economy in Winston-Salem, NC who nominated them for this national award as a member of the Creative Economy Coalition, a working group of the NCN. “We are thrilled that this highly creative business will now compete for the prestigious global Creative Business Cup in Denmark,” said Executive Director Margaret Collins, “This award showcases David’s company and the opportunities available for creatives in Winston-Salem and North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad.”

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The National Creativity Network (www.nationalcreativitynetwork.org) is a US-registered international nonprofit that seeks to advance the skillful application of imagination, creativity, and innovation to positively improve commerce, culture, education and government across North America. The NCN works with regional coalitions, tribal nations, and national organizations across Canada, Mexico, and the United States and global partners with similar goals.


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August 22, 2014 in Blog Post | Comments (0)

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Articles of Interest August 22, 2014

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QUOTE(S) OF THE WEEK

 

“Whatever creativity is, it is in part a solution to a problem.” – Brian Aldiss

 

“If we all worked on the assumption that what is accepted as true is really true, there would be little hope of advance.” – Orville Wright

 

“The scientific theory I like best is that the rings of Saturn are composed entirely of lost airline luggage.” – Mark Russell

 

“Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work.” – Peter Drucker

 

“Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” – Stephen Hawking

 

 

VIDEO(S) OF THE WEEK

 

The First Mile: A Launch Manual for Great Ideas
Harvard Business Review

 

How Do Our Brains Remember? (Video)
The Creativity Post

 

Watch a thousand robots execute the ultimate nerd choreography
The Verge

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

 

Arts & Human Development Task Force August 2014 Webinar
National Endowment for the Arts
August 27

 

Creativity Matters: A Community Conversation
91.5 KIOS-FM
August 27

 

Join The Resistance Against The Status Quo
Innovation Excellence

August 28

 

NEW Creative-Startups Accelerator – Applications Due by August 31st
Creative-Startups.org
Deadline: August 31

 

Seeing / Sounding / Sensing | CAST Symposium
MIT

September 26 – 27

 

Creative Minds in Medicine Conference
Culture Forward

October 29 – 30

 

CreativeMornings | a monthly breakfast lecture series
CreativeMornings

Various

 

 

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

 

Building the perfect space to spark creativity — and disruption
USC News

 

The creator of the city’s “Black Creativity” program, Earl Calloway, dies
Voices

 

Marvel Comics Gets Inside the Heads of the Avengers
Scientific American

 

Update: Steve Wozniak stresses the power of the idea in innovation
Tallahassee Democrat

 

In Redesigned Room, Hospital Patients May Feel Better Already
The New York Times

 

Duncan Lets States Delay Using Tests in Teacher Evaluations
Governing Magazine

 

Beyond Millennials: How to Reach Generation Z
Mashable

 

Merging Art and Business in the College Curriculum | John M. Eger
The Huffington Post

 

Taming our inner CEO to find creativity
NewsWorks

 

Corporations Looking to Startups for Innovation
Fox Business

 

Decluttering Innovation
Innovation Excellence

 

How Ernö Rubik Created the Rubik’s Cube
Mental Floss

 

Amazon’s awful war of words: How an iron-fisted PR strategy went off the rails
Salon.com

 

Art (and Science) Talk with photographer Rachel Sussman
Art Works | National Endowment for the Arts

 

Florida Polytechnic University opens with a bookless library
LA Times

 

Exercise Makes Kids’ Brains More Efficient
TIME

 

The Top 10 Living Futurists in 2014
Front End of Innovation Blog

 

U-M business, engineering schools launch joint startup accelerator for entrepreneurs
MLive.com

 

Constellation of Innovation Networks
Entovation International

 

Teacher brings innovation to students
Yadkin Ripple

 

4 Ways to Fix the Q&A Session
Harvard Business Review

 

Carrboro Arts and Creativity District denied grant
The Daily Tar Heel

 

Art Gaming and Emotive Creativity
Develop

 

9 Art Techniques That Anyone Can Do To Jumpstart Creativity
The Huffington Post

 

Penn Engineering Postdoc Duygu Kuzum Is One of ‘Innovators Under 35’
Penn News

 

“American Radioworks: The Science of Smart”
KCPW Presents

 

7 Science-Backed Methods To Get You Out Of Your Head
Forbes

 

Goodbye Gayborhood?
Governing Magazine

 

A Surprising Success Story: Jobs and the Arts and Humanities | Christine Henseler
The Huffington Post

 

The Return of America’s Cities: Economic Rebound and the Future of America’s Urban Centers
Penn Institute for Urban Research

 

A Look at College Degree Migration
Newgeography.com

 

Mapping America’s New Economy in Construction Permits
CityLab

 

Are We Alone In The Universe? Explore Answers With Nifty Fifty Speaker and Noted SETI Astronomer, Dan Werthimer
USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

 

Don’t Lament – Celebrate Your Competitor’s Most Recent Innovation
Innovation Excellence

 

Infographic: How Google Works
DesignTAXI.com

 

North Carolina Reins in Tax Incentive for Movie Companies
Wall Street Journal

 

Inspiration, Imagination, and Innovation – in that order.
Innovation Excellence

 

Those Underappreciated Female Video Game Pioneers
The New York Times

 

35 Innovators Under 35 | 2014 |
MIT Technology Review

 

Also
MIT lauds Trojans whose innovations could change the world
USC News

 

5 Ways to Help Your Students Become Better Questioners
Edutopia

 

5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask Students
Edutopia

 

Where Are the Women? The Changing Face of Technology
Knowledge@Wharton

 

Schools must teach art to give children a “wild escape”
Hartford Courant

 

Totally and completely out of my control
Seth’s Blog

 

NSF awards $10.8 million in early concept grants for brain research
US National Science Foundation (NSF) News

 

11 Innovations That Changed History
History

 

Jeff Fromm: Social Media Marketing is Dead
PSFK

 

USA Science & Engineering Festival Announces 2016 Event Dates and Plans for Expanded Outreach
USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

 

6 Projects From the Frontier of Digital Art
Design | WIRED

 

U of I is building $49M center to spark ideas and innovation
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

 

Missouri General Assembly Joint Committee on Education visits Missouri Innovation Campus
Lee’s Summit Journal

 

The Problem With MegaCities
New Geography

 

Florida Polytechnic Sciencie, Innovation and Technology Campus / Santiago Calatrava
ArchDaily

 

Encourage creativity, develop interpersonal skills in young people
The Citizen

 

America’s 15 Best Cities For Young Professionals
Forbes

 

Vibrant capital boosts science popularization for young, old
china|news|chinanews|ecns|cns

 

Using science fiction to innovate.
4Hoteliers

 

Innovation seems fun—until your future depends on it
ABA Banking Journal

 

Is Your Innovation Stuck? 5 Ways to Rethink Your Approach | Jodi Detjen
The Huffington Post

 

Open Innovation Drives the Sports Industry Faster, Farther, Higher: NineSigma Whitepaper Examines Key Drivers, Shares Outlook
The Providence Journal

 

We Are Verbs: Human Existence as Perpetual Becoming
Refine The Mind

 

Culture Eats Strategy – Innovation Psychology Explored
Innovation Excellence

 

New Survey: Incentivizing Employees to Innovate
Innovation Excellence

 

Guitar – 13 amazing things you can make with a 3-D printer
CNNMoney

 

5 Types Of Maker? What Kind Are You?
PSFK

 

Also
PSFK Launches The Makers Manual
PSFK

 

Canada is good at inventing, not so good at selling
The Globe and Mail

 

Entrepreneurship – Economic Drivers for the U.S. and Mexico
Mexidata

 

Kids’ Brains Reorganize When Learning Math Skills
ABC News

 

Also
New research sheds light on how children’s brains memorize facts
Stanford Medicine

 

This Guy Wants Girls To Skip College And Go Straight Into Tech Jobs
Fast Company

 

How to be a Better Entrepreneur: Pretend You’re a Scientist
The Motley Fool

 

Unlocking America’s Innovation Warehouse
Entrepreneur.com

 

New study shows exactly how patent trolls destroy innovation
Vox

General Electric’s Next List Campaign Envisions Technology in 2064
Adweek

 

Chinese President stresses innovation to drive economic transition
CNTV

 

Error reduction interferes with gaining insights
Harold Jarche

 

‘Game of Thrones’ Is Most Popular Target of Online Piracy
Wall Street Journal

 

The best teachers and professors resemble parental figures: They provide their students with emotional mentorship.
Slate.com

 

Is there an innovation gap in Canada?
The Globe and Mail

 

Sir James Dyson: ‘It’s sexist to say that women and girls don’t ‘do’ engineering’
The Telegraph, UK

 

Translating Neuroscience into Policy and Practice for At-Risk Children, with Dr. Jack Shonkoff
Social Work Helper

 

Innovation Overload: Why Saying ‘Creativity’ Is Not Enough
Forbes

 

Why teaching grandmothers to code isn’t a crazy idea
The Washington Post

 

The Greatest Idea Campaign Ever Run
Innovation Excellence

 

Council President & CEO Talks to CNBC about “The Threat to American Innovation”
Compete.org

 

If This Is Tomorrow’s Education, How Are We Handling It?
Brilliant or Insane

 

What Really Fosters Innovation (Infographic)
Entrepreneur.com

 

The Many Definitions of Innovation
EricShaver.com

 

Want to be an Artist or Designer? New study shows you need rich parents
Innovation Excellence

 

You Are What You Innovate
Innovation Excellence

 

Now, Highly Paid Consultants are Getting Disrupted Too
Innovation Excellence

 

How to Present Your Idea to Top Management
Innovation Excellence

 

Ten types of analytical innovation
Deloitte University Press

 

In New York, Creatives Lay ‘Traps’ To Catch Hipsters
DesignTaxi.com

 

Dear Younger Me
GOOD

 

The Motivational Benefits of Art in the Workplace
Mind of the Manager | Psychology Today

 

5 Problems Music Can Create
Your Musical Self | Psychology Today

 

5 Ways to Boost Your Creativity
RachelGadiel.com

 

Pittsburgh flexes its technology muscle
USA Today

 

Springdale’s School Of Innovation Opens Monday
NWAonline

 

Florida Poly officially launches iconic Innovation, Science and Technology Building
SaintPetersBlog

 

What Makes a Family of Artists
The New Yorker

 

STEM Leaders, Students Gather At Innovation Summit
KJZZ

 

U.S. Commerce Department Invests $2.8 Million to Foster Innovation in Louisiana and Massachusetts
NationalJournal.com

 

Arkansas Innovation Leaders Meet with US Commerce Official
Arkansas Business News

 

The Machine That Tried To Scan The Brain — In 1882
NPR

 

Education and Innovation: Time for a Change | Seamus Carey, Ph.D.
The Huffington Post

 

Prize-winning art, on your tablet and in the gallery
The Art Newspaper

 

My Turn: Creativity isn’t free
Charleston Daily Mail

 

Bridging The Workplace Creativity Gap
Mondaq

 

3,000-Person ‘Mass Creativity’ Project Begets $30,000 NEA Grant
The Times of San Diego

 

While Films And TV Shows Miss Latinos, A YouTube Outlet Grows
Code Switch | NPR

 

A Menagerie of Ideas, Unlocked in Odd Jobs
The New York Times

 

 

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The National Creativity Network believes that by fostering creativity in our society as a whole, and specifically with future generations, America can remain a leader in innovation and free enterprise. The very future of our communities and institutions depends on our ability to nurture and harness imagination to creatively solve problems. If creativity is to be nurtured, systems, institutions and networks must be transformed.

 

The opportunities that emerge to transform our nation are largely dependent upon the degree to which we are connected to each other. Our connection will become a catalyst:

 

to enhance the flow of relevant information,

 

and to improve the ease with which key nodes of creativity, be they in the domains of Education, Commerce, Culture or across disciplines, can gain access to the best thinking, best questions, and most successful practices as well as other resources their ventures may require.

 

Our strategy is to engage thought leaders across North America to create a powerful network for transformation.

 

Join Us!

 

For more information, please go to our web site or

 

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Articles of Interest August 15, 2014

August 15, 2014 in Blog Post | Comments (0)

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QUOTE(S) OF THE WEEK

 

“Live out of your imagination, not your history.” – Stephen Covey

 

“Blinding ignorance does mislead us. O! Wretched mortals, open your eyes!” – Leonardo da Vinci

 

“Only the curious will learn and only the resolute overcome the obstacles to learning. The quest quotient has always excited me more than the intelligence quotient.” – Eugene S. Wilson

 

“If there is a sense of reality, there must also be a sense of possibility.” – Robert Musil

 

“A new idea is delicate. It can be killed by a sneer or a yawn; it can be stabbed to death by a joke or worried to death by a frown on the right person’s brow.” – Charles Brower

 

“Teachers started recognizing me and praising me for being smart in science and that made me want to be even smarter in science!” – Steve Wozniak

 

“There is something fascinating about science. One gets such wholesale returns of conjecture out of such a trifling investment of fact.” – Mark Twain

 

“Attempt easy tasks as if they were difficult, and difficult as if they were easy; in the one case that confidence may not fall asleep, in the other that it may not be dismayed.” – Baltasar Gracian

 

 

VIDEO(S) OF THE WEEK

 

Essential Tremor: Minnesota Orchestra Concertmaster John Frisch Plays Violin During Brain Surgery [VIDEO]
Classicalite

What can the Western education system learn from the developing world?
TED Blog

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

 

NEW Arts & Human Development Task Force August 2014 Webinar
National Endowment for the Arts
August 27

 

NEW Creativity Matters: A Community Conversation
91.5 KIOS-FM
August 27

 

Join The Resistance Against The Status Quo
Innovation Excellence

August 28

 

Seeing / Sounding / Sensing | CAST Symposium
MIT

September 26 – 27

 

Creative Minds in Medicine Conference
Culture Forward

October 29 – 30

 

CreativeMornings | a monthly breakfast lecture series
CreativeMornings

Various

 

 

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

 

Science Continues To Show Us How To Be More Creative
Forbes

 

The Secret Weapon Of The Most Inventive Minds
Forbes

 

South Korea Baseball Team Develops Robots for Fans Unable to Attend
PSFK

 

Spark’s new science playground gives brain a workout
Calgary Herald

 

A Few Short Rules on Being Creative | Thierry Dufay
The Huffington Post

 

Amazon Vs. Hachette: What Would Orwell Think?
The New Yorker

 

Why the Public Library Beats Amazon—for Now
Wall Street Journal

 

5 Women In Tech Share The Best And Worst Advice They’ve Ever Received
Fast Company

 

Multicultural Teamwork: Accommodate Multiple Perspectives
INSEAD Knowledge

 

There Are Three Roadblocks To Innovation — Do A Walkabout To Find Yours
Forbes

 

Entrepreneurship Index shows Prairie catching up
Silicon Prairie News

 

Are Cities Our New Economic Engines?
Forbes

 

Creativity helps schools, students reach goals
DNJ.com

 

Mayo Clinic announces discovery science center
St. Cloud Times

 

Why we have a Baltimore Innovation Week Code of Conduct
Technical.ly Baltimore

 

7 Ways To Inspire Your Curiosity
The Creativity Post

 

Here’s Why, How And What You Should Doodle To Boost Your Memory And Creativity
Co.Create | Fast Company

 

Math’s Top Prize Given to a Woman for the First Time
Mental Floss

 

A 15-Year-Old Google Science Fair Finalist Has A Simple Idea To Help Alzheimer’s Patients
Business Insider India

 

Just leave me to do my work!
Seth’s Blog

 

Robin Williams’s Comedic Genius Was Not a Result of Mental Illness, but His Suicide Was
The Creativity Post

 

Philadelphia Opens New Innovation Lab To Spark Creativity
NationSwell

 

Exporting innovation: From Silicon Valley to NYC
Tech Page One

 

The Gender Leisure Gap: Why Women Are Losing Their Time To Just Chill Out
Fast Company

 

Innovation: If you can’t make yourself obsolete, someone else will
The Globe and Mail

 

Decluttering Innovation
Innovation in Practice

 

So There’s A Strategy For American Innovation
Pasco Phronesis

 

Facilitating Creative Learning (for Professionals): More Notes on MuseumCamp
Museum 2.0

 

IMLS Convenings Focus on Learning Spaces, STEM
UpNext: The IMLS Blog

 

Seeing Unexpected Things Makes Some People More Creative
Ulterior Motives | Psychology Today

 

5 Common Creativity Killers
Habits, Not Hacks | Psychology Today

 

20 Things Educators Need To Know About Digital Literacy Skills
Innovation Excellence

 

Science Shows How Musicians’ Brains Are Actually Different From Everybody Elses’
Mic

 

How to Find your Unique Innovation Mindset
Innovation Excellence

 

15 Examples of Open Innovation between Big Companies & Startups
Innovation Excellence

 

“Once Upon A Universe” transforms science into mythology
SciArt in America

 

Cha-cha-change the balance in schools
News | TES

 

Toyota’s “Dream Car of the Day” Initiative Brings Children, Cars and Creativity Together
Partnership Movement | Americans for the Arts

 

Florida Polytechnic University by Santiago Calatrava
Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

 

Humanizing big data: The everyday impact of crowd science
Venture Beat

 

9 Ways To Become More Creative In The Next 10 Minutes
Inc.com | The Huffington Post

 

Common Core’s War Against Science and Children
The Huffington Post

 

‘Ear training’ for the next generation of neuroscientists
USC News

 

Your Brain on Creativity
HowlRound

 

Robin Williams, Oscar-Winning Actor, Dies at 63 in Suspected Suicide
The New York Times

 

Will 3-D Printers Change the World?
Room for Debate – NYTimes.com

 

Harassment in Science, Replicated
The New York Times

 

Jews who fled Nazis revolutionized US science, Stanford economist says
Phys.org

 

What can brain science bring to education?
Prevention Action

 

Can Science Build A Better Piano?
Science Friday

 

New ideas are necessary, but not sufficient for innovation
Game-Changer

 

Is Spotify Killing Music?
TakePart

 

A School is Not a Pet. And Yet . . .
Sam Chaltain, Democracy. Learning. Voice.

 

The language of science education: Between two trends
SciDev.Net

 

Muppet Performers Share What It Was Like To Work For Jim Henson
Fast Company

 

Creativity, Innovation And Disruption?
DCulberhouse

 

7 Ways to Create a Culture of Innovation
Innovation Excellence

 

The Benefits of Movement in Schools
The Creativity Post

 

Let’s put some Eureka! into school science
Education | The Guardian

 

Hollywood’s Stupid Science Summer
Re/code

 

What the top US engineering schools have in common with Hogwarts
Quartz

 

12 Things You Can Do With Dryer Sheets Other Than Laundry
Mashable

 

Innovation isn’t easy, but it’s necessary
The Tennessean

 

Brain science, video games converge in neurogaming
Columbia Daily Herald

 

Grand Challenges Canada Funds Seven New Global Health Innovations in ASEAN Countries
MarketWired

 

Music soothes the aging brain in film ‘Alive Inside’
Science News

 

Risk is an Imperative for Sustainable Innovation
Innovation Excellence

 

High and Low: A Visualization of Diametric Genius
The Imprinted Brain | Psychology Today

 

5 Surprising Techniques to Increase Your Creativity
Cutting-Edge Leadership | Psychology Today

 

13 Scientific Terms You Might Be Using Wrong
Mental Floss

 

Young Female Entrepreneurs Look to Debut Another Girl Power Toy Line
Video – Creativity Online

 

Come Climb a Jungle Gym of the Mind
MIND Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network

 

Science Funders Hope to Link Up Large Scale Brain Research
Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence

 

Your iPhone Camera Can Work As A Microscope
Co.Labs | Fast Company

 

Want to kill creativity of women in teams? Fire up the competition
Newsroom | Washington University in St. Louis

 

Janet Iwasa: How animations can help scientists test a hypothesis
Talk Video | TED.com

 

Innovation | Patents That Kill
The Economist

 

Why IBM’s New Brainlike Chip May Be “Historic”
MIT Technology Review

 

 

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This email is a free service of the National Creativity Network (NCN). The articles are from a variety of sources and, therefore, do not necessarily reflect the views of the NCN.  Despite our best efforts, links may fail without warning since each news source posts and archives its articles differently. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

Have you found an article you’d like to share?  Email the link to george.tzougros@wisconsin.gov.

 

#   #   #

 

The National Creativity Network believes that by fostering creativity in our society as a whole, and specifically with future generations, America can remain a leader in innovation and free enterprise. The very future of our communities and institutions depends on our ability to nurture and harness imagination to creatively solve problems. If creativity is to be nurtured, systems, institutions and networks must be transformed.

 

The opportunities that emerge to transform our nation are largely dependent upon the degree to which we are connected to each other. Our connection will become a catalyst:

 

to enhance the flow of relevant information,

 

and to improve the ease with which key nodes of creativity, be they in the domains of Education, Commerce, Culture or across disciplines, can gain access to the best thinking, best questions, and most successful practices as well as other resources their ventures may require.

 

Our strategy is to engage thought leaders across North America to create a powerful network for transformation.

 

Join Us!

 

For more information, please go to our web site or

 

National Creativity Network

133 West Main Street, STE 100

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73102
http://nationalcreativitynetwork.org

 

Visit our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter.