August 10, 2012
Participants' Blog Posts
This is a list of the blog posts mentioning the CMC11 keyword or tag harvested from the list of blogs submitted by participants.
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Post Title: Creative Thinking Exercises|
By tuckerandgypsy, Feed Name: tuckerandgypsy
Preview: This week I’m going to make my post rather brief. I found an awesome website with one page dedicated to creative thinking techniques. They’re all little 1-5 minute exercises that help to change the way you look at things. They make the point that we are conditioned to always think in particular patterns and it’s [...]
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Title: Creative Thinking Exercises
Preview: The exercises are great. I find that my brain tells me what I see instead of my eyes so I need to practice seeing with my eyes. Using creative thinking exercises would be a great first step before we get to work on writing - or just about anything. Wonder what it would be like to use these exercises in the classroom or even the office each day? Barbara ...
By BWheat ()
on August 9, 2012.
Title: How can I show the best of myself?
Preview: Hello everybody,I have just finished my graduation in Biology. But now I really dont want to work in a Lab, so I expect to change my career soon.I start the cdlprojects to be inspire, and to get more idea of what I want to do in the future.I read personal development book. I'm making mimetism of who I want to become (a idealistic person).So when I write a letter, I commonly use a graphology .......
By Nemirovsky ()
on August 8, 2012.
These are individual comments posted today to the discussion threads (for new discussion threads, see the list above).
Title: Re: Creative Thinking Techniques
Preview: I think that visualizing how math works is a good way to understand how our world works. A good example might be how Leonardo DeVinci used geometry in his compositons. Any artwork which utilizes the illusion of perspective uses mathematical
By danny_saiers569 ()
on August 4, 2012.
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