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VIDEO: From ‘Brandalism’ to Flamenco Flash Mobs: Ideas for the Creative Activist

Grass-roots social and environmental campaigns that delight and inspire “can help put sustained pressure on business and governments by bringing renewed energy, kick-starting conversations, and sparking the imaginations of a whole new set of participants,” writes Frances Buckingham at The Guardian.

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Clocks Are Hampering Your Creativity and, More Importantly, Your Happiness

Clocks, with their never ending ticktock reminding us of the passage of time, may be a terrible instrument to organize our work lives around.

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Is Specialization Calcifying Our Ability to Create?

Writer Robert Twigger argues that a world of specialization has created a world of the unimaginative, from the jobs we do to the way we do them. It’s time for a new Renaissance. Are we narrowing ourselves so much that we can no longer innovate?

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David Graeber: ‘There Has Been a War on the Human Imagination’

American intellectuals have had plenty of cause for despair in these Roman decades of international and domestic imperialism against different ways of thought and life. At an April launch party in San Francisco for the 22nd volume of the countercultural magazine The Baffler, anthropologist and contributor David Graeber explained some of how this happened and praised a nationwide grass-roots effort to reverse the trend.

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Our God of Imagination

In his latest “Easy Chair” column, Harper’s Magazine contributor Thomas Frank sarcastically eviscerates the business class’ most prized literary genre: creativity.

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Daily Rituals

“Daily Rituals: How Artists Work,” which describes the routines of more than 150 creative people, including playwrights, composers, painters and writers, is a compact, quirky and frequently delightful book.

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Apple Products Are Core for Economy

Throughout the recession, Apple’s growth has brought hope to many; China’s creative class and human capital cannot catch up to the U.S.’; meanwhile, Western intervention in Afghanistan has obviously failed, but by how much? These discoveries and more after the jump.

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