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IT never stops

Just check out that link. 

It is products like that which remind me that the world is constantly revolutionizing. Even when you think that something can no longer evolve, something will change and allow a product, service, action, event, anything to evolve and hopefully improve.

Embrace this, be wacky every now and then and just remember that anything is possible when you are crating something or when you have an idea in mind. It does not have to be a product, it can be anything. Who knows, you might just break the ground and stun the world. 

Go out there, and make you. 

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7 comments on “IT never stops
  1. Yeah, Eleanor Roosevelt said, “Do something everyday that scares you”
    Let’s do it! I’ll look at the link during class, gotta hurry to read the rest…

  2. Nancy White says:

    So what wacky thinking, designing have you done for this project that you are really happy with/stimulated by?

    • Hmm god question. In one way I think that the whole project required some form of, maybe not wacky, but creative thinking. To find new ways in which we can help NGO’s.
      An example is the use of google hangout, that started as a thought I had in class and ended up developing. Now the whole class has a google plus account, and we frequently use google hangouts. At the moment I have at least one every week.

  3. Nancy White says:

    Experimentation is powerful!

  4. Nancy White says:

    It seems that a little disruption helps expand our horizons!

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  • Nancy White { Doc is amazing! Thanks for the pointer to the video. I finally found time to look at it today! } – Nov 18, 11:36 PM
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