Posts Tagged ‘not-knowing’
Why it’s important to take time to fart around.
Trying hard to solve that impossible problem? Hit the topless bar, take a warm shower, and sleep on it. Three tips I gathered from Jonah Lehrer‘s great article in the July 28th New Yorker called “The Eureka Hunt,” all about “insight,” where our good ideas come from, when they come to us, and why. The […]
Anders Nilsen on inspiration, not-knowing, art and religion, and disguising himself in his work.
Chris Ware on the cartoonist as a combination of writer and artist, and Anders Nilsen on not-knowing.
On posting inspirational signs above your desk, and a homemade ink-and-brush sign that reads: “THERE ARE NO MISTAKES.”
A quote from Lynda Barry about the creation of her book CRUDDY.
Mark Twain on the futility of planning.