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Froots Of Boredom

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This is a presentation I recently gave at a pecha kucha event in Brussels (20sep08). …

This is a presentation I recently gave at a pecha kucha event in Brussels (20sep08).
The key message is: Boring can be fun. So go with the flow and make life easier & more agreeable.

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  • 1. Froots of Boredom Find the roots & reap the fruits
  • 2. Boring presentations When even your dog begins to despair …
  • 3. Discomforting? No! Unless luxury becomes depressing
  • 4. State of … Mind, heart or soul
  • 5. Intelligence? Or creativity for my part
  • 6. Age dependent Remember those holidays …
  • 7. Culturally Be it Patience or Pachinko
  • 8. Repetition Visual or auditive
  • 9. Eastern culture Practice in martial arts
  • 10. Fruits The proof of the …
  • 11. Restlessness She loves me, she loves me not
  • 12. The 5 senses Where we really need none
  • 13. Angst vs waste Dreading the white paper
  • 14. Adding Never flashy enough
  • 15. Subtracting The bare necessities
  • 16. Patterns Without endings or …
  • 17. Dull ads Almost entirely unlike Windows
  • 18. Wonderful ads Almost but not entirely …
  • 19. Benign vs malignant About being bored or being a bore
  • 20. And they were … Born/Bored happily ever after Boredom is the dream bird that hatches the egg of experience. A rustling in the leaves drives him away. Walter Benjamin, 1936