More ideas about ideasA disproportionate interest and investment is given to knowledge "heritage" in term of Internet and multimedia content as compared with new ideas.
There is a great waste of ideas. Could we not stock them and periodically bring them out and see if they fit somewhere?
Ideas are generally judged on their viability. Do they work in practice? Yet ideas that don't work can be amusing and can be very stimulating. They can be the starting point for all sorts of creative things.
Capitalising on an idea currently means turning it into a product whether it be industrial goods, a report or a poem. Only then can an idea be protected: when it has been materialised.
Ideas are initially context-based, but much creativity can be produced by shifting them to a different context.
Ideas are ways of seeing things. They can be very fruitful if we want to have an enriching "multiple perspective" on a situation.
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