CreativeCoffee Club

Posts Tagged ‘ideas

This is a longish post - please bear with me!
On 27th March I caught a discussion on Melvyn Bragg’s BBC Radio 4 programme In Our Time about the Dissolution of the Monasteries.  [have updated this link because the previous one expired] I studied this period when I was at university as a mature student in [...]

This thought popped in to my head as I sat eating by breakfast and I’ve been twittering about it here all morning. I thought I’d explore it as a blog post as it gives some insight in to the SleepyDog creative process. In particular the way in which small pieces loosely joined applies to creativity:
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One of the ways we generate ideas at SleepyDog is to look at two related concepts, products or industries and see how one might influence the other. Often the results make no sense but closer inspection can lead to interesting observations. They don’t always lead to great products and can lead to Heroic Failures, which [...]

01 Oct, 2007

CreativeCoffee Club - San Francisco Bay Area

Posted by: admin In: creativity

Palo Alto, Silicon Valley’s heartland, will be the location launch of the first Bay Area Creative Coffee Club at the Coupa Cafe on Romona St. (wireless access included with coffee).  We’ll gather on the sidewalk tables, and at 11 a.m. connect with the London Wiki Wednesday’s group via Skype for a few bons mots from [...]

25 Sep, 2007

We need your content!

Posted by: admin In: website

A few of us have started to post content on to the site, but we need more input from the community.  If you want to write some creativity related posts or articles, then that would be great, but if possible we want everyone to join in the conversation, even with a short post or some [...]

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CreativeCoffee Club is a meetup and networking event, after the style of the OpenCoffee Club. We aim to provide a place for business people, academics, teachers, public sector workers and managers to network, exchange ideas and discuss how to foster creativity and innovation in the workplace.