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Thoughts go to sleep only when you get off the bicycle
Thoughts go to sleep only when you get off the bicycle

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Or my work in the office didn't demand so much of creativity, or that was a differnt kind of noise. But now it seems that I do work better when my window's open and traffic noise comes in my room. :)

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Well, this continues the theme of the previous post. Rules and laws (except of the science laws) are to help, coordinate, (and to be changed) they are not for defining who or what you are. Think for yourself, and be yourself - and you'll always find the rules that help or you will formulate some. :)

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Oh! right! :)

Have you read Rollo May's "Power and Innocence"? (read it! http://www.amazon.com/Rollo-May/e/B000APW6CU/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1) This is a psychological/sociological issue we have here. We keep thinking that power can rule, that we can change anything if we'll apply just enough power. And, the other thing, we still belive that a law (no matter what law it is) is something that was given us "from above" and constantly right.

Well, I'm not telling you that you should kill or steal if you want. There are 3 to 5 pragmatical rules in the Ten Commandments which meaning is "don't make harm to the other". And they apply in any case. But these are ethical issues not the aesthetical ones.

And let's leave the system alone, let's talk about marketing, innovation, design and Apple . :) You can't think you know what is right just because you read and understood the laws of - let's say - usability from the black book of the design and you can't apply power onto people to make them love the piece of art of yours unless you want it blow up in your face one day.

Learn from the experience, try the different approaches, and be ready to throw away your theory (law) completely or just redesign it. This is the way the nature work, why should you work the opposite way? Why should you always be right?

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Took some time to get it right :)

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"That’s because the key to being good at using social media to sell stuff is intuition* "

And not only in social media. In any business now days! It's the time for the intuition guys to take place -- logical schemes, from-screws-to-machine approach, are dead, for a while. While the intuition guy won't come up with new ideas. Quite about everything.

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Well, having thoughts is great, but there is a set of tips-articles on how to put thoughts down, if you mean to. This is more about skills, about how to ride a bicycle. Some of them are very useful.

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In short less you know more you understand easier you play G-d.
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