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Where Good Ideas Come From


Where do good ideas come from? That is one of the most important questions in creative culture. In this episode of BOK, Steven Johnson, the author of "Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation", will answer this grand question with a historical perspective on innovation throughout human civilization. Here is Part II.








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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 new forms.



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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lurk: v. If something lurks somewhere, it exists but is not obvious or easily recognized. 潜藏



The Age of Enlightenment (启蒙时代) is a cultural movement of intellectuals in 18th-century Europe, which sought to mobilize the power of reason, in order to reform society and advance knowledge. And the coffeehouse was a place for like-minded scholars to congregate, to read, as well as learn from and to debate with each other.



Modernism (现代主义) is modernist movement originally arising from wide-scale and far-reaching changes to Western society in the late 19th and early 10th centuries. And Parisian salons served as a meeting ground for group discussion on issues of political, social, and cultural discourse.



sophisticated: adj. more advanced or complex than others 复杂巧妙的



contemplative: adj. spending a lot of time thinking seriously and quietly 沉思的

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The other thing important when you think about ideas this way, it is when ideas take this form as hunch state they need to collide with other hunches.  Often time, the thing that turns a hunch into a real breakthrough is another hunch that circle in someone else’s mind. And you have to figure out a way to create systems that allow those hunches to come together and turn them into something bigger than the sum of their parts. That’s why, eg. The coffee house in the age of enlightenment or the pri?? Salons of modernism or such engines of creativity. Because they create a place where ideas could mingle and swap and create new forms. When you look at the problem of innovation from this perspective, it sheds a lot of importance on the debate we are having recently about what the internet is doing to our brains. Are we getting overwhelmed with the always-connected-multi-tasking life style, and it leads to less sophisticated 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 historic 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 anything else, the primary engine of creativity and innovation in the last 600 or 700 years. And so yes, it’s true we are more distracted, but what happened that is really m… and marvelous over the last 15 years is that we have so many ways to connect, so many ways to reach out and find other people who has the missing piece that would complete the idea we are working on. We’d stubble …ly 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 the good ideas come from, the chance favors the connective mind.
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[Homework]2012-01-08&01-14 灵感从何而来? (2/2)

The other thing is important when you think about a idea this way,it's when ideas take form in this hunch state they need to collide with other hunches. Often times,the thing turns a hunch into a real breakthrough is another hunch that circle in somebody else's mind,and you have to figure out a way to creat systems that allow those hunches to come together and turning them into something bigger than the sum of parts.That's why,for instance.The coffee house in age of enlightment or the ***** of modenrism or such engines of creative.Because they created the space where ideas could mingle and swap and creat new forms
When you look at the problem of innovation of this perspective,it sheds a lot of importance on the debate we have recently about what the internet is doing to our brains.Are wh getting overwhelmed with always-connected-multi-tasking life style.and it leads to less sophisticated thoughts as we move away from the slower, deeper attempt state of reading.I'm a big fun of reading,but I think it's important to remember the great driver of scientific innovation and technological innovation has been the historic increasing connectivity,and in our ability to reach out and exchange ideas with other people,and to borrow other people's hunches and combine them with all hunches and turned them into something new.That really has,I think,been more than anything else,the primary engine of creativity and innovation of the last 600 to 700 years.And so yes,it's true we are more distracted.What is happened that is really *** *** over the last 15 years is we have so many new ways to connect,and so many ways to reach out and find other people who have the missing piece that would complete the idea we working on.We’d stubble **** 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 the good ideas comes from,the chance favors the connective mind.

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

The other thing important when you think about ideas this way, it is when ideas take this form as hunch state they need to collide with other hunches.  Often time, the thing that turns a hunch into a real breakthrough is another hunch that circle in someone else’s mind. And you have to figure out a way to create systems that allow those hunches to come together and turn them into something bigger than the sum of their parts. That’s why, eg. The coffee house in the age of enlightenment or the pri?? Salons of modernism or such engines of creativity. Because they create a place where ideas could mingle and swap and create new forms. When you look at the problem of innovation from this perspective, it sheds a lot of importance on the debate we are having recently about what the internet is doing to our brains. Are we getting overwhelmed with the always-connected-multi-tasking life style, and it leads to less sophisticated 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 historic 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 anything else, the primary engine of creativity and innovation in the last 600 or 700 years. And so yes, it’s true we are more distracted, but what happened that is really m… and marvelous over the last 15 years is that we have so many ways to connect, so many ways to reach out and find other people who has the missing piece that would complete the idea we are working on. We’d stubble …ly 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 the good ideas come from, the chance favors the connective mind.                                                   
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The other thing important when you think about ideas this way, it 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 into a real breakthrough is a another hunch that circle in someone else’s mind. And you have to figure out a way to create systems that allow those hunches to come together and turn them into something bigger than the sum of their parts. That’s why, eg. The coffee house in the age of enlightenment or the Parisian salons 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 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 the always-connected-multi-tasking life style, and it that gonna lead to less sophisticated thoughts as we move away from the slower, deeper comtemplative state of reading, for instance? Obviously, 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 historic increase in connectivity, and 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 anything else, the primary engine of creativity and innovation in the last 600 or 700 years. And so yes, it’s true we are more distracted, but what has happened that is really miraculous and marvelous over the last 15 years is that we have so many ways to connect, so many ways to reach out and find other people who has the missing piece that would complete the idea we are working on. We’d 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 the good ideas come from, the chance favors the connective mind.
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The other thingimportant when you think about ideas this way, it is that when ideas takeform in this hunch state they need to collide with otherhunches.  Often on times, the thing that turns in ahunch into a real breakthrough is another hunch that * in somebody else’smind. And you have to figure out a way to create systems that allow thosehunches to come together and turn them into something bigger than the sum oftheir parts. That’s why, for instance, the coffee house in the age ofenlightenment or the Parisian salons of modernism or such engines ofcreativity. Because they created a space where ideas could mingle andswap and create new forms. When you look at the problem of innovation from thisperspective, it sheds a lot of important light on the debate we'vebeen having recently about what the internet is doing to our brains. Arewe getting overwhelmed with the always-connected-multi-tasking life style? And isit gonna lead to less sophisticated thoughts as we move away from theslower, 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 greatdriver of scientific innovation and technological innovation has been thehistoric increase in connectivity, and our ability to reach out andexchange ideas with other people, and to borrow other people’s hunches andcombine them with our hunches and turn them into something new. That reallyhas, I think, been more than anything else, the primary engine of creativityand innovation over the last 600 to 700 years. And so yes, it’s true we aremore distracted, but what is happened that is really miraculous andmarvelous over the last 15 years. And so we have so many ways to connect, and somany ways to reach out and find other people who have the missing piece thatwould complete the idea we are working on. We’d stumble serendipitously acrosssome amazing new piece of information that we can use to build and improve ourown new ideas. That’s the real lesson of where the good ideas come from, thechance favors the connective mind.

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

other things are important when you think about things this way is when ideas take form in this hunch state, they need to colide with other hunches.Often times, the thing it turns  in a hunch into a real breakthrough is another hunch that circle in somebody else's mind, and you have to figure out the way to  creat systerms that allows those hunches to come together and turn into something bigger than the sum of their parts. For instance, the coffee houses in the age of enlightment were the creations along of the modernism, such engines of creativity, because they creat spaces where ideas could mingle and swap and creat new forms. when you look at the problem from a 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 brain.Are we getting overwhelmed with the always connected multi tasking life style? it is gonna lead to the less sophisticated thoughts as we move away from the slower,deeper, comtemplitive state of reading, for instance.obviously, I am a big fan of reading.But I think it is good to remenber that the great driver of scientific innovation and technological innovation has been the historic increasing connectivity, and our ability to reach out and exchange idears with other people and to borrow other people's hunches and combine them with all hunches in terms of something new. That really has, I think more than anything else, the primary engine of creativity or innovation in the last 600 or 700 years.So yes, it is true or more distracted. So what is happen that is really miraculous or mavellous over the last fifteen years. It's we have so many ways connected. so many ways to reach out and find other people who had that missing piece that'll complete the idea we were working on. It stumble serendipitously or some amazing new piece of information that we can use to build and prove our own ideas. That is the real lesson that a good idea comes from.

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

you dont think it is important when you think ideas this way is one idea taking from in need to claim to other countries. often time the thing turns in a hunch to a real breath is some other luanch searching in somelse's mind and we have to figure out the way we created systerm that  let all the countries come together and there is something bigger than someone's heart,  that's right  for instance the coffee house some argent creatived mordern  such angles pretived  because they created the space were idea and swot  creat new forms. when you look at problem universion form this  perspcet it is share a lot important like on the we hace recently about into your brains. are we getting overwhelm with all ways connected  lifestyle  is that exactly to leave to less move a way from slower deeper state of a great reading obviosly i am a big fan of but i think it is important to remeber  the great driver  of science and telelogical version has been the store increaing from activite  now i build to reach and  change idea with other people and to borrow other people's and and cominbe turn something new thar realy has i think more than something else the prime energy  creative inversion of lesson in so many year  and so guess it is true more destracted what's happen but it is really more in the last 15 years  and we have so many ways connect so many ways to reach other  and find people missing peace and complete the idea the we  are  work on  or stubble diff across some amazing pieces of recontions we can use to build and aprove on idea  that's the really lesson the good ideas come from.                                                   
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you dont think it is important when you think ideas this way is one idea taking from in need to claim to other countries. often time the thing turns in a hunch to a real breath is some other luanch searching in somelse's mind and we have to figure out the way we created systerm that  let all the countries come together and there is something bigger than someone's heart,  that's right  for instance the coffee house some argent creatived mordern  such angles pretived  because they created the space were idea and swot  creat new forms. when you look at problem universion form this  perspcet it is share a lot important like on the we hace recently about into your brains. are we getting overwhelm with all ways connected  lifestyle  is that exactly to leave to less move a way from slower deeper state of a great reading obviosly i am a big fan of but i think it is important to remeber  the great driver  of science and telelogical version has been the store increaing from activite  now i build to reach and  change idea with other people and to borrow other people's and and cominbe turn something new thar realy has i think more than something else the prime energy  creative inversion of lesson in so many year  and so guess it is true more destracted what's happen but it is really more in the last 15 years  and we have so many ways connect so many ways to reach other  and find people missing peace and complete the idea the we  are  work on  or stubble diff across some amazing pieces of recontions we can use to build and aprove on idea  that's the really lesson the good ideas come from.
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[Homework]2012-01-08&01-14 灵感从何而来? (2/2)

The other thing important when you think about ideas this way is that when ideas take form in this hunch state they need to collide with other hunchs.Often times,the thing they turns a hunch in real breakthrough is another hunch they are surking in somebody else' mind.And you have to figure out a way to create systems that allow those hunchs to come togehter and turn in something bigger than some of thoe parts.That's why,for instance,the coffee houses,in the age of enlightment,are the salons of modernism or such engines of creativity,because they create a place where ideas could mingle or swap and create new forms.When you look the problem of innovation from this perspective,it shares a lot of important on debate we have recently about what the Internet is doing to our brains.Are we getting overwhelmed with an always-connected-multi-tasking lifestyle?And it exact lead to less fixed thoughts as we move away from a slower and deeper comtemperly reading,for instance?Obviously,I'm a big fan of reading.But I think it's important to remember the great driver of scientific innovation and technogical innovation has been the historic increase in connectivity,in our ability to reach out and exchange ideas with other people and to borrow other people's hunchs and combine them with their own hunchs and turn them to something new.That really has been more than anything else,the primary engine of creativity innovation of the last 600 or 700 years.And so yes it's true we are more distracted.But what's happen that's really more over the last 15 years.It's we have so many new ways to connect and so many new ways reach out and find other people who have that missing piece that would complete the idea we are working on or it stumble amazing new piece of information that we can use to build and improve our own ideas.That's the real lesson of the where good ideas come from,the chance favors the connected mind.
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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 in a hunch into a real breakthrough is / another hunch that’s circling 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 them into something bigger than the sum of their parts. That’s why, for instance, the coffee house in ‘The Age of Enlightenment’ or the Parisian salons of Modernism or such engines of creativity. Because they created the space where ideas could mingle and swap and create new forms.

 

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 life style? 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 the good ideas come from. The chance favors the connected mind.



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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 coffee house 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 new forms.

 

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.



[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 coffee house 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 new forms.

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 an always connected multi-tasking lifestyle?And is that gonna 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 are 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 are working on,or to stumble serendipitously across some amazing new piece of information that we can use to build and prove our own ideas.That's the real lesson of where good ideas come from,the chance fevers 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 is important when you think about ideas is away is that when ideas takes the form in the hunches state, they need to collide with other hunches. often times, the things that take hunches into a breakthrough is another hunch that cycle in another one's mind. you need to create a system that allowed those hunches come together and turn into something bigger than some of its parts. that's why for instance, the coffee house in millige liman, the creation of modernlism, such engines creativity is a creative spaces where ideas can commingle and swap and create new forms. when you looked at the problem of innovation from this perspective, it shared a lot of important lights on debated we have been doing recently about what internet is doing to our brains. are we getting overwhelmed with that we are always connected multi task life style. is that gonna lead less to sophisticated thoughts as we move away from slower deeper contemplateive state of reading for instance. obviously i am a big fans of reading. but it is important to remember the greatest drive to innovation and technological innovation has been historically increasing connectivities. our ability to reach out and exchange ideas with other people, and borrow other people's hunches with our own hunches, and turn it into sth new. that really has i think been more than anything else the primary engine of creativity and innovation in the last 600-700 years. so yes, it is true with  more distracted. but what is happen that is more accurate and marvelous in the last 50 years is we have so many new ways to connect, and so many new ways to reach out and to find other people with the missing piece that will complete the idea we are working on. with the stumble increasingly, across some new amazing pieces of information we can use to build and prove our own ideas. that's the real lesson where the good idea comes from, the chance favors the connectivity of mind.
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