Monthly Archives: November 2010

Hollywood, Meet Innovation?

This week, I’ve been over to two different cinemas to see two different films, and after not wanting to pay the extortionate amount of money requested for the second, I thought that maybe Hollywood is in need of some innovation … Continue reading

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Don’t Hate The Playa, Hate The Game

One thing about innovation, is that people so often try to innovate the wrong thing; they try to innovate to solve a problem and end up looking only at the symptoms of the problem and not the cause. The number … Continue reading

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Pure Imagination

We’ve seen before how companies don’t want to innovate too much, how innovation needs to be gently “snuck” in, even how some feel that innovation is impossible. The core problem behind all of these is actually the same: restricted thinking, … Continue reading

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