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[豆知识] 【整理】2012-01-08&01-14 灵感从何而来? (2/2)

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The other thing that is important when you think about ideas this way is that when ideas take form in this hunch state, they need to collide with other hunches. Often times, the thing that turns in a hunch to a real breakthrough is another hunch that’s starting in somebody else’s mind. And you have to figure out a way to create systems that allow those hunches to come together and turn into something bigger than some of their parts. That’s why, for instance, the coffee house is in the age of enlightenment, or the * of modernism, or such engines of creativity. Because they create a space where ideas could mingle and swap and create new forms. When you look at the problem of innovation from this perspective, it shares a lot of important light on the debate we have * recently about what the Internet is doing to our brains. Are we getting overwhelmed with always connected multi-tasking life style? Is that going to lead us to less sophisticated thoughts as we move away from the slower, deeper, contemplated state of reading? For instance, I’m a big fun of reader. But I think it’s important to remember that the great driver of scientific innovation and technological innovation has been the historic increase in connectivity, and our ability to reach out and exchange ideas with other people, and to borrow other people’s hunches, and combine them with our hunches, and turn them into something new. That really has, I think, been more than anything else, the primer engine of creativity and innovation over the last six hundred or seven hundred years. And so yes, it’s true we are more distracted, but what this happen? That is really * and marvelous over the last 15 years. It’s we have so many new ways to connect and so many new ways to reach out and find other people who have that missing piece that could complete the idea we’re working on. We’re * across some amazing new piece of information that we could use to build and improve our own ideas. That’s the real lesson of where good ideas come from. The chance favors the connected mind.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-01-08&01-14 灵感从何而来? (2/2)

[homework]The other thing important when you think about ideas this way, it's when ideas take this form hunch state they need to collise with other hunches . Often times,the thing turns a hunch into a real breakthrough another hunch that circle in someone else's mind.and you have to figure a way to create systems that allow those hunches come together and turn them into something bigger than the sum of the parts.That's why ,for instance ,the coffee house in age of X  or X or such enginer creativity ,because they create the space where ideas could mingle and swap and create new forms.When you look at the problem innovation from this perspective,it X a lot important on the debate we are having recently about what the internet is doing to our brains.we getting overwhelmed with the always-connected-multi-tasking life style,and it leads to less X thoughts as we move away from the slower ,deeper attempt of reading,perhaps?I should say,I'm a big fun of reading but I think it's important to remember that the great driver of scientific innovation and technological innovation has been the X increase in connectivity,in our ability to reach out and exchange ideas with other people and borrow other people's hunches and combine them with our hunches and turn them into something new.That really has,I think,been more than something else the prime energy creativity innovation over last 600 and 700 years . So yes ,we are more distracted .But what has happened that is really X and X over the last 15 years is we have so many new ways to connect,and so many new ways to reach out and find other people who have that missing piece that will complete the idea we're working on,or to stumble X across some amazing new piece of information that we can use to build and improve our own new ideas.That's the real lesson of where good ideas come from,the chance favors the connected mind.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-01-08&01-14 灵感从何而来? (2/2)

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The other thing that's important when you think about ideas in this way is that when ideas take form in the hunch atatu they need to collied with other hunches. Often times the thing it turns in an hunch to a real breakthrough is another hunch that is searching in somebody else's mind. And you have to figer out the way to creat system that allow thoes hunches to come together and turn them to something bigger than some of their parts. That's why, for instance, the coffe house in the age of *** of the *** salons of modernism or such ** of creativity. Because it created the space or ideas could mingle and swamp and creat new forms. When you look at the problem of innovation from this perspective, it share a lot of important light on the debate we 've been having reasonly about what the internet is doing to our brains. Are we geting overwhelmed with always conecting *** lifestyle? And is that going to lead to less *** as we move away from slower, deeper, ** of stated of reading, **? I've to say, I'm a big fan of reading. But I think it's important to remember that the great driver of scientific innovation and technological innovation. Has been the historic increasing ***, our ability to reach out and exchange ideas with other people. And to borrow other people's hunches and conb them with our hunches and turn them to something new. That really has, I think, been more than anything else, the primary ** of creativity innovation over last 600 or 700 years.
And so yes, it's true we're more ***. But what has happened that is really *** and ** over the last 15 years, as we have so many new ways connect and so many new ways to reach out and find other people who have that missing piece that were completed the idea we were working on, or to *** across some amazing new piece information that we can use to build and improve our own ideas.
That's the real lesson of where good ideas come from .The chance favors the connected mind.

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[Homework]【整理】2012-01-08&01-14 灵感从何而来? (2/2)

The other thing that’s important when you think about ideas this way is that when ideas take form in this hunch state they need to collide with other hunches. Often times the thing that turns a hunch into a real breakthrough is another hunch that’s lurking in somebody else’s mind. And you have to figure out a way to create systems that allow those hunches to come together and turn into something bigger than the sum of their parts. That’s why, for instance, the coffeehouse in ‘The Age of Enlightenment’ or the Parisian salons of Modernism were such engines of creativity. Because they created the space where ideas could mingle and swap and create newforms.

When you look at the problem of innovation from this perspective, it sheds a lot of important light on the debate we've been having recently about what the Internet is doing to our brains. Are we getting overwhelmed with always connected-multi-tasking lifestyle? And is that going to lead to less sophisticated thoughts as we move away from the slower, deeper, contemplative state of reading, for instance? Obviously, I’m a big fan of reading, but I think it’s important to remember that the great driver of scientific innovation and technological innovation has been the historic increase in connectivity, and our ability to reach out and exchange ideas with other people, and to borrow other people’s hunches and combine them with our hunches and turn them into something new. That really has, I think, been more than anything else, the primary engine of creativity and innovation over the last 600 or 700 years.

And so yes, it’s true we’re more distracted. But what has happened that is really miraculous and marvelous over the last 15 years is we have so many new ways to connect, and so many new ways to reach out and find other people who have that missing piece that will complete the idea we’re working on, or to stumble serendipitously across some amazing new piece of information that we can use to build and improve our own new ideas. That’s the real lesson of where good ideas come from. The chance favors the connected mind.

                                                   
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