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Posts tagged "sharing"

Apr 16, 2014
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Sharing is the whole point of doing creative work.

Feb 17, 2014
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What an artist is trying to do for people is bring them closer to something, because of course art is about sharing: you wouldn’t be an artist unless you wanted to share an experience, a thought. I am constantly preoccupied with how to remove distance so that we can all come closer together, so that we can all begin to sense that we are the same, we are one.

Feb 16, 2014
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The “So What?” Test

A flowchart from my new book, Show Your Work!

The “So What?” Test

A flowchart from my new book, Show Your Work!

Jan 20, 2014
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I’m giving all that I have in this life. I’m opening up my notebook and I’m saying everything in there out loud. A lot of people are very sacred with their ideas, and there is something to protecting yourself in that way, but there’s also something to idea sharing, or being the person who makes the mistake in public so people can study that.

Dec 08, 2012
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Flickr has become a shoebox under the bed instead of the door of the refrigerator.

Nov 10, 2011
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"Books worth buying are books worth sharing." A page from The Domino Project in the back of Derek Sivers’ Anything You Want. Super-smart.

"Books worth buying are books worth sharing." A page from The Domino Project in the back of Derek Sivers’ Anything You Want. Super-smart.

Jul 25, 2011
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Work in public. Reveal nothing.
Robin Sloan (“When you let people inside your head, they come away smarter. When you work in public, you create an emissary that then walks the earth, teaching others to do your kind of work as well.”)

Jul 24, 2011
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If you want to hide something, the worst place to do that is on a social network. That’s where you share. Your brain is where you hide secrets.
Jeff Jarvis, paraphrasing Eric Schmidt

Jun 03, 2011
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Just about everyone I know and work with I first met online. And, although well-done portfolio services have their place, neither I nor anyone at Happy Cog has ever hired someone purely (or even largely) on the basis of their portfolio. It’s all about how you present yourself online. Before I even meet you, do I feel like I know you—or like I wish I knew you? Have you got a point of view? Are you sharing it?

May 22, 2011
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The most important word on the internet is ‘share’.—Hugh MacLeod
The most important word on the internet is ‘share’.
Hugh MacLeod

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