Boyd defines collaborative as top-down compared to more networked and social co-operative work environment.
(via Stowe Boyd, Social is the new production line, not the new water cooler — GigaOM Pro)
Maybe you drink white wine only with fish. Or only with lunch. Or only at midsummer baby showers when the keg runs out. Well, get ready for white Burgundies big enough to decant (that’s right—decant) all winter, the best champagne for fried chicken, and Chardonnay that’s not just for aging socialites. You’ll never skip the “whites” section again.
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Twiggy in 3-D
Fancy yourself an animator, interwebs illustrator, digital daydreamer or just someone who loves the idea of the idea that doesn’t end? Then you’ll appreciate (and applaud) this brilliant project from Google’s Creative Lab teaming with London’s Tate and Science Museums.
This Exquisite Forest allows users to create short animations that build off the work of other users, generating a collection of narratives visualised as trees. The initiative was inspired by The Johnny Cash Project, which Koblin and Milk collaborated on in 2010, as well as the Surrealist parlour game Exquisite Corpse, which sees players add a word to a sequence without knowing what a previous player has contributed. A physical installation of The Exquisite Forest is currently on display at London’s Tate Modern gallery.
#Creativity is the force that empowers #innovation. It is very important that we cultivate the Exquisite Forest one idea at a time.