Learn from Einstein: Creativity and refusal to conform

Albert Einstein is known as a genius. His fame is associated with the worlds of science and physics. But, Einstein wasn’t just any “scientist”, as he thought beyond traditional education. He was creative. Studying Physics really doesn’t include a whole lot of creativity when compared to, say, English Literature or any other subject on the […]

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The Beatles come back to promote Rock Band

The new The Beatles: Rock Band commercial spot (presented by MTV Games and Harmonix) takes an iconic Abbey Road photograph from 1969 and brings it to life for a new generation. This is absolutely incredible graphics video editing! Whether you’re a gamer or not, watch the Beatles, who came back to life just to promote their new game, […]

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Do schools kill creativity?

As a student at OCAD, the University of the Imagination, I wouldn’t think so here. But creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson says that we are “educating people out of their creativity” and explains why on many levels. In his both funny and critical TEDTalk, Robinson makes interesting points about creating an education system that nurtures, […]

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Fail Blog: Pictures and Videos of Fail Moments

If you haven’t heard of FAIL Blog, its a blog that thousands of people submit pictures and videos of “Owned, Pwnd and Fail Moments”. Pretty much the ironic, embarrassing and ridiculous situations of life can be found there. I selected a few and added descriptions below, just to share some! What do you think? Yes, […]

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