Snowflake: unique, fragileRadioactive: neutrons leave the idea to hit other ideas. Also neutrons arrive from other places.
Ideas are all around. You just need to know where to look, or at least how to make your brain find them. You need idea food.Idea anagrams. Feed it with novel ideas. Maybe even read novels.Problem solving requires thinking, idea finding seems to involve not thinking. Or at least capturing an idea and then applying thinking to it.
Scratching an itch. I was just bored that weekend.
You can’t see shooting stars if you look too hard
Control your connectivity
How much more effort is a big idea that a small idea? Also, you need to attract people to help you: big ideas are better.
That'll never work!
THAT’LL NEVER WORK! John Graham-Cumming (Crazy ideas and what to do about them)www.cloudflare.com
Three “Be”s 1. Be courageous 2. Be charming 3. Be reasonably unreasonablewww.cloudflare.com
Signposts • Charles Babbage and Plan 28: http://plan28.org/ • The Geek Atlas: • http://geekatlas.com/ • The job board where your Hacker News karma gets you the right to post: http://usethesource.com/ • CloudFlare: http://cloudflare.com/www.cloudflare.com