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Nov 26, 2012
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Thank you to Maria Popova for putting Steal Like An Artist on her list of the Best Art Books of 2012! See the rest of the list→

Thank you to Maria Popova for putting Steal Like An Artist on her list of the Best Art Books of 2012! See the rest of the list→

Jun 04, 2012
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Video: Creativity and Curation Panel with Maria Popova, Maris Kreizman, Maud Newton, and Austin Kleon

In case you missed our panel last week at McNally Jackson in NYC…

(Source: youtube.com)

May 31, 2012
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maudnewton:

gabrielle-gantz:

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Austin Kleon (Steal Like an Artist), Maria Papova (Brainpickings), Maris Kreizman (Slaughterhouse 90210), and Maud Newton (herself) at McNally Jackson talking about creativity in the digital age. [May 30, 2012]

Funnest panel I’ve ever been involved in. Thanks for the photo, Gabrielle! 

maudnewton:

gabrielle-gantz:

Your interwebz IRL

Austin Kleon (Steal Like an Artist), Maria Papova (Brainpickings), Maris Kreizman (Slaughterhouse 90210), and Maud Newton (herself) at McNally Jackson talking about creativity in the digital age. [May 30, 2012]

Funnest panel I’ve ever been involved in. Thanks for the photo, Gabrielle! 

May 22, 2012
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Creativity and Curation: A Conversation About Finding and Sharing Inspiration Online

New York City! Come see me and my friends at McNally Jackson on Wednesday, May 30th at 7PM:


  Join Austin Kleon (author of Steal Like an Artist) as he interviews three of his favorite NYC ladies around the topic of collecting and sharing inspiration online. The panel will feature Maud Newton, legendary litblogger; Maria Popova, creator of the stupendously popular blog Brain Pickings; and Maris Kreizman, creator of the hilarious Tumblr blog Slaughterhouse 90210.


I will, of course, be signing copies of Steal Like An Artist. Tell yer friends! Printable poster (PDF) here.

Creativity and Curation: A Conversation About Finding and Sharing Inspiration Online

New York City! Come see me and my friends at McNally Jackson on Wednesday, May 30th at 7PM:

Join Austin Kleon (author of Steal Like an Artist) as he interviews three of his favorite NYC ladies around the topic of collecting and sharing inspiration online. The panel will feature Maud Newton, legendary litblogger; Maria Popova, creator of the stupendously popular blog Brain Pickings; and Maris Kreizman, creator of the hilarious Tumblr blog Slaughterhouse 90210.

I will, of course, be signing copies of Steal Like An Artist. Tell yer friends! Printable poster (PDF) here.

Mar 11, 2012
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Mar 10, 2012
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Introducing The Curator’s Code: A Standard for Honoring Attribution of Discovery Across the Web | Brain Pickings


  I’m thrilled to introduce The Curator’s Code — a movement to honor and standardize attribution of discovery across the web.


Filed under: attribution

Introducing The Curator’s Code: A Standard for Honoring Attribution of Discovery Across the Web | Brain Pickings

I’m thrilled to introduce The Curator’s Code — a movement to honor and standardize attribution of discovery across the web.

Filed under: attribution

Mar 01, 2012
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Dec 26, 2011
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Sep 05, 2011
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It’s important to understand the line between remix and rip-off…
Maria Popova (She continues: “it comes down to a rather simple litmus test: If a derivative work changes the original in a creatively meaningful way, or offers cultural commentary or critique on it, then it’s a new original work of its own creative merit; if it merely parrots or mimics the original while adding no context or commentary, then it’s a rip-off.”)

Aug 01, 2011
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"Circles of Influence" by Wendy MacNaughton, Maria Popova, and Michelle Legro

For the OCD: yes, the arrows from Kafka to Nietszche and Plato are pointing the wrong way…

cf. "Draw Yourself A Map"

"Circles of Influence" by Wendy MacNaughton, Maria Popova, and Michelle Legro

For the OCD: yes, the arrows from Kafka to Nietszche and Plato are pointing the wrong way…

cf. "Draw Yourself A Map"

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