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         Creativity:     more books (100)
  1. Creativity Revealed: Discovering the Source of Inspiration by Scott Jeffrey, 2008-06-01
  2. Cracking Creativity: The Secrets of Creative Genius by Michael Michalko, 2001-06-26
  3. Kick-Ass Creativity: An Energy Makeover for Artists, Explorers, and Creative Professionals by Mary Beth Maziarz, 2010-05-01
  4. Creativity: Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, 1997-06-18
  5. The Zen of Creativity: Cultivating Your Artistic Life by John Daido Loori, 2005-05-31
  6. Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to Creativity by Hugh MacLeod, 2009-06-11
  7. The Art of Innovation: Lessons in Creativity from IDEO, America's Leading Design Firm by Tom Kelley, Jonathan Littman, 2001-01-16
  8. Creativity in Business by Michael Ray, Rochelle Myers, 1989-01-24
  9. Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age by Clay Shirky, 2010-06-10
  10. The Cambridge Handbook of Creativity (Cambridge Handbooks in Psychology)
  11. The Creativity Book: A Year's Worth of Inspiration and Guidance by Eric Maisel, 2000-06-19
  12. Taking Flight With Creativity: Worship Design Teams That Work by Len Wilson, Jason Moore, 2009-04
  13. Creativity is Forever by DAVISGARY A, 2004
  14. The Big Book of Creativity Games: Quick, Fun Acitivities for Jumpstarting Innovation by Robert Epstein, 2000-07-27

1. Creativity Web - Resources For Creativity And Innovation
The creativity Web is a resource center containing information to help the individual become more Category Science Social Sciences Psychology creativity......
Did you click the Light Bulb to enter the site? Accesses since 1st April 1996 Courtesy of Net Digits

2. Creativity Explored Of San Francisco
Visual art resource center for artists who have developmental disabilities.Category Arts Directories Artists Resources...... Catch up on the latest creativity Explored news! View the currentcreativity Explored newsletter online! Winter 2003 Newsletter.
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Paul Moshammer, art teacher, and Felton Geeter, member artist Welcome to Creativity Explored of San Francisco! We are a nonprofit visual arts center for people with developmental disabilities.
Catch up on the latest Creativity Explored news
Loggins' "Fears" books are available at the Creativity Explored Store
"Fears of My Life" by Michael Bernard Loggins to be read on public radio

CE seeks musician to play traditional Japanese instrument for April 2 reception
View the current Creativity Explored newsletter online!
Winter 2003 Newsletter Browse and purchase original artwork and gifts at the new Creativity Explored Store
Current San Francisco Gallery Exhibition:
Exhibition Dates:
February 20 through March 24, 2003 Creativity Explored's LIT exhibition will feature unique, one-of-a-kind lamps and lanterns of various sizes, shapes, and colors. LIT will showcase how lighting can be fun, fanciful, exciting, and dramatic. Truly functional pieces of art, these lights are sure to appeal to people who fancy the whimsical, the elegant, or the different. The show is the result of a longtime project helmed by staff member Judith LaRosa and volunteer David Price Weldy. Come witness this bright spectacle, sure to torch all flickering notions of light and shadow, and what it means to be LIT. "The medium of light is to design what jewelry is to apparel. Who better then the artists at Creativity Explored to show us all how to glow, shine, and sparkle." - Robert Pintozzi of Mike SOMA, San Francisco

3. Ideas By Creativity Pool
A free creativity pool of global innovation and future inventions. People can search the database Category Science Social Sciences Psychology creativity......A free creativity pool of global innovation and future inventions. creativityPool New Ideas New Inventions Your banner could be here IDEAS.
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Welcome to a database full of creative and original ideas. The Creativity Pool is the home of future innovation and tomorrow's most (in)famous inventions. This service is basically free and works like the penny cup next to the cash register. Have a brilliant suggestion or ideas for a new invention? Add it and be rewarded. Looking for inspiration or some great ideas for your business? Just ask. They may already be there. For navigating, please use the tool bar on the left. Here are your options:
1. MAIN MENU These are the basic fundamentals. The main menu contains an introduction to the Creativity Pool concept, the site rules , a submission form for contributions, an entire post office , an arena for discussions as well as a directory of assorted external links 2. SEARCH WINDOW Enter your search terms and press the "Start!" button. Check "all" to receive results containing all keywords, or "any" for a broader search. Place words in quotation marks to search for an entire phrase. With no particular search terms entered, the Creativity Pool will present the newest ideas in the database.

4. Creativity Web - Resources For Creativity And Innovation
Resources for creativity and Innovation This web site is a creation of Charles Cave. Charles is available for presentations and workshops on a variety of brain topics
Resources for Creativity and Innovation Welcome What's New 10 Creativity Kick Starts Creativity Basics ... Idea Recording
Journals and Index Cards Your Creative Space Humour and Cartooning Genius Gallery Children's Corner Memory ... Mental Workout Center
Problems, Visual Puzzles and Word Games Idea and Problem Bank Resource Center

... Visual Thinking Site Map: Index (A-Z) Visual Guide (The Big Picture) This web site is a creation of Charles Cave
Charles is available for presentations and workshops
on a variety of brain topics

5. Creativity Workshop, Writing, Drawing, Storytelling
The site explores creative process, stimulating new ideas, getting over writers block, gaining creative Category Science Social Sciences Psychology creativity......creativity Workshop, creative writing, drawing, storytelling andpersonal memoir. Taught by Shelley Berc and Alejandro Fogel.
The Creativity Workshop's goal is to help individuals believe in and develop their creative process through using memoir, creative writing, visual arts and storytelling exercises intended to become the tools for a lifetime. The end product is expanded perception, innovative problem solving, and ways of looking at one's life and work as exciting and transformative. People from all different disciplines, interests, and levels of experience come together to explore their imaginations... More
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Creativity, Innovation and Problem Solving
Some Guidelines with Linked Historical Examples
TRUE Creativity and Innovation consists of
what everyone else has seen,
what no one else has thought, and
what no one else has dared!"


The customer is always your first and most important creative challenge. Listen! Try to see the customers problems and needs from his point of view. Restate the problem and the customers needs in his terms and iterate until a consensus is reached. Ask not only what his problems are, but what special methods or tools he is presently using to solve them. Work together with or in the place of the end user or customer. Use fictitious product descriptions to stimulate ideas and discussion. Remember that effective market research and sales strategy requires just as much creativity, enthusiasm and perfection as does product development. IMPORTANCE OF ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS AND
The problem as first stated is rarely the true problem. Ask at least five times. Always restate the problem as many ways as you can; change the wording, take different viewpoints, try it in graphical form. Describe the problem to laymen and also to experts in different fields.

7. Ten Steps For Boosting Your Creativity
Shop here for The Artist's Way A Spiritual Path to Higher creativity and find more books by Julia Cameron. For a limited time, get free shipping on orders over $25!
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Johann Sebastian Bach Listen to music by Johann Sebastian Bach. If Bach doesn't make you more creative, you should probably see your doctor - or your brain surgeon if you are also troubled by headaches, hallucinations or strange urges in the middle of the night. Brainstorm. If properly carried out, brainstorming can help you not only come up with sacks full of new ideas, but can help you decide which is best. Click here for more information on brainstorming and download our BrainStormer programme. Always carry a small notebook and a pen or pencil around with you. That way, if you are struck by an idea, you can quickly note it down. Upon rereading your notes, you may discover about 90% of your ideas are daft. Don't worry, that's normal. What's important are the 10% that are brilliant. If you're stuck for an idea, open a dictionary, randomly select a word and then try to formulate ideas incorporating this word. You'd be surprised how well this works. The concept is based on a simple but little known truth: freedom inhibits creativity. There are nothing like restrictions to get you thinking.

8. The Artist's Way On-Line Cluster
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9. Welcome To Enchanted Mind - HOME
We combine humor, inspiration and special techniques to enhance creativity. Create flexibility in your brain and mind by expanding yourself daily with these simple exercises.
Search our Site Visit our Store: Home About Us What's New News ... Bookmark Us Everyone has latent creativity waiting to unfold. Add flexibility to your mind with these simple techniques. Science has speculated that we are using 10% of our brain capacity. If you want to access and cultivate that other 90% of unrealized potential, read on. Expanding your brain and mind will accelerate your creative potential. Everyone has natural creative talent. We can help you unfold and expand your creativity through simple fun techniques. This site was designed to help anyone, from age 5 to 105, develop their latent creativity and have fun in the process. "It is as if the Milky Way entered upon some cosmic dance. Swiftly the brain becomes an enchanted loom, where millions of flashing shuttles weave a dissolving pattern, always a meaningful pattern though never an abiding one; a shifting harmony of subpatterns."

10. - Explore Art, Writing, And Creativity
Directory of free learning resources on the internet for arts, crafts, music, writing and creativity.Category Arts Education Learning Resources...... The creativity Portal promotes the exploration and expression of creativitythrough arts, crafts, writing, and other activities.
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Spotlight On
Kellie's Klay
Polymer Clay is one of the most exciting, versatile, colorful artist's medium today. It is a plastic based clay, made up of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) suspended in a plasticizer. When cured, it fuses into a very hard plastic. What makes Polymer Clay exciting is its versatility. It can be sculpted, carved, stamped, textured, and even sanded and buffed to a high shine.
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Nit Wits is our clever way of depicting common words and ideas with a twist. You may find them funny or corny, but surely a different way to look at things in a new, creative light. And when we're in the mood for it, we'll provide links to some related Web sites of interest that will inform, educate, and entertain you. Start your Nit Wits adventure right now! Treat Yourself to Some Creativity Today!

11. Innovation Centre Europe And Mark Brown
Innovation Centre Europe help companies with 3rd millennium thinking and creative ways to change.
Innovation centre europe and Mark brown at ice innovation centre europe champion openthinking author of blue movie,red movie,green movie.
Innovation Centre Europe We are constantly updating the ICE website.
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12. Business, Team Building, Corporate Creativity Training Seminars W/ The Humor Of
Provides seminars employing Improv comedy techniques to increase teamwork, innovation, and commitment. They have applications for sales, customer service, teambuilding and creative thinking. Located in Colorado.
Creativity Engineering's speakers and training seminars present a powerful approach to business training and team development. We utilize our unique adaptation of the techniques of Improv (comedy and theater) to empower individuals, teams and businesses to dramatically increase their creative and collaborative abilities within a context of positive humor. Creativity Engineering's training seminars are for the business, organization, or team seeking to:
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  • Improve team building / management functioning w/ innovative and compelling skills
  • Introduce interactive and positive humor into your team building / corporate culture
  • Inspire innovation and creativity that will produce lasting change
  • Complement sales, marketing, or customer service w/ breakthrough ideas
  • Break stagnant convention and create flexible frameworks that support innovation
  • Create / Expand on the design, development, and product launch process

13. Artificial Creativity
An algorithmic approach to creativity in art.
Artificial creativity:
An algorithmic approach to art
John Lansdown, Centre for Electronic Arts, Middlesex University Introduction With this background of long tradition in using mechanical and artificial means of assistance it is not surprising that, since computers first came on the scene forty-odd years ago, artists and others have tried to use them to augment their personal creativity. Alan Turing, who knew as much as anyone about the limitations of computational method and speaking before computers as we now know them existed, predicted that one day they would autonomously do creative things, like poetry writing. But as it happens, over the last thirty or so years the main artistic uses of computing have not been directed towards the compositional process - and certainly not towards the process in which the computer acts as an autonomous composer. This is, I think, a pity because it misses the most important attribute of the computer - something that makes it unique as an artefact. That is, its ability to make decisions according to rules. The nature of creativity Incidentally, some of the complexities of understanding (and, hence, modelling) creativity are pointed up when we compare Beethoven with Mozart. By common consent, both would be classed as extremely creative individuals. Yet the manifestations of their creativity were of very different sorts. Informally we can say that Beethoven's creativity extended as much to inventing new musical forms as to making wonderful examples of them. Mozart, on the other hand, tended to work almost exclusively within pre-existing formalisms. There is also some interesting recent evidence that, at least towards the end of his short life, he used a number-based approach to some aspects of his work - for example, structure and choice of key (Grattan-Guinness 1992). It is a moot point whether his numerological interest extended to using numbers in compositional method.

14. Adventures In Creativity
s of services, workshops, and organized trips designed to unlock one's creativity, offered by expressive therapist Elizabeth Feld, based in Paris, France. Includes graphics and relevant links.......
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Creativity, challenge, exploration, discovery...
Your Creative Self Whether it be an expressive arts workshop in Paris, a weekend retreat in France, or an outdoor adventure in Iceland, creative activities led by Elizabeth Leafy Feld, Expressive Arts Therapist, are an exciting support to creativity and growth for men and women of diverse interests and backgrounds. No artistic "talent" or previous experience needed! Expressive Arts Workshops, Paris, France Mandala, Circles of Healing
The Natural Mandala
Day of creativity in nature outside of Paris Women Who Run With the Wolves Group inspired by "Women who run with the Wolves" Click here to request our newsletter. SPECIAL EVENTS Retreats Paris for the Soul Week-long expressive art adventure retreat Recovery Retreat Outdoor Adventures The Natural Mandala Day of creativity in nature outside of Paris Links Icelandic Odyssey: Discovering The Source Summer Solstice 2002 Who we are General information Contact: Elizabeth Leafy Feld M.A.

15. Case-Based (CBR) Creativity: SWALE Project Home Page
This site, maintained by David Leake at Indiana University, describes the SWALE project's casebased reasoning approach to generating creative explanations. A simplified version of the SWALE code is available.
Creativity by Case-Based Reasoning (CBR): SWALE Project Home Page
The racehorse Swale running the Kentucky Derby. (Link to photo at The URL for this page is
Project Description
The SWALE project explores case-based reasoning (CBR) as a basis for creativity. In the CBR model of creativity, creativity comes from retrieving knowledge that is not routinely applied to a situation, and using it in a new way. In this view, the key issues for creativity are how to retrieve appropriate knowledge for novel uses and how to adapt it to fit novel circumstances. Depending on the retrieval and adaptation processes used, CBR can provide solutions anywhere along a spectrum of creativity, ranging from straightforward reapplications of old knowledge all the way to highly novel views. The task in which the SWALE project studies creativity is creative explanation of anomalous events. SWALE is a story understanding program that detects anomalous events and uses CBR to explain the anomalies. Its explanation process is based on the retrieval and application of cases storing prior explanations, called explanation patterns from its memory. This case-based reasoning process can take place at any point along the spectrum of creativity, from the completely non-creative application of a perfectly appropriate XP, to the very novel use of an inappropriate XP that must be totally revised to be usable.

16. Crayola Creativity Central
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Rich hands-on learning experiences, linked with core curriculum standards. New lessons are added each week.
Colorful, creative curriculum ideas for young children. Perfect for preschools, day-care centers, and family child care providers.
Try a few new techniques and see how versatile crayons, markers, and colored pencils are.
Dreaming Beyond the Book , the 13th in the Dream-Makers series, is available on-line. Find exciting hands-on art lessons that engage students' imaginations as they examine their own culture and character.
Saturday, March 22
"Any activity becomes creative when the doer cares about doing it right, or doing it better." John Updike Mystery Behind Tut's Mask International Goof-Off Day International Day of the Seal All March Events

17. Creativity Cafe Home Page
creativity Cafe New School For The Next Millennium is designed to entertain, educateand empower creativity in everyone. ENJOY YOUR STAY at creativity Cafe.
Please read our welcome message . Tap into artists using technology for Humanity . Participate in evolving life in fun and friendly ways . Our Earth Day " KidCast For Peace " teleactivity is designed to aid our future leaders! We welcome your ideas for making this a better world. Express yourself in our Community Forum . View this years Gallery Of Solutions to make this a peace filled world! Participate with other V.A.R.I.O.U.S. Digital Storytelling yet?! Share your Art and Heart in V.A.R.I.O.U.S. Media " Living Gallery " events; live showcases where artists and performers use their art as catalyst for audience interaction, for healing, inspiration and facilitated networking (since 1980). Our live performances and programs have been Netcast since Sept. 1994. We actively practice PRONOIA ! ENJOY YOUR STAY at Creativity Cafe. (updated B=February 11, 2003) RIVERS OF LOVE TOUR

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18. KidCast Central
Please review the documents at KidCast HDQ http//, for specificparticipation instructions, fundraising information and documentation
Welcome to KidCast For Peace
Solutions For A Better World PARTICIPATE IN PRESENTING YOUR ART! Answer this question with your art:
What would you do to create more Peace?
...and join our KidCast For Peace on Earth Day and beyond!
Kids of all ages are again invited to participate in this year's annual Earth Day "KidCast For Peace; Solutions For A Better World" videoconference and Arts For Social Change awards!
KidCast For Peace gives people (focusing on K12 and youth) a chance to share their art live, and direct us to their pre-built "KidCast For Peace" Web sites, VRML worlds, chat rooms, interactive music spaces, etc. offering their ideas for making the world a happier, healthier, safer place. Using Free CU-SeeMe videoconferencing software , children at each participating site/school... will respond to comments and questions from gathered local and cyber audiences. Please review the documents at the bottom of this page , for specific participation instructions, fundraising information and documentation from past events. Creativity Cafe's KidCast for Peace is a project of Visionary Artists Resources Including Other Unique Services PROJECT ENTRANCE
Preliminary Information for 2003 KidCast Kick Off TV Show we taped at the local Public Access TV station. We suggest you do this in your neighborhood! Use the fund raising resources on this site for local productions, then join us on Earth Day with your

19. Creative Ideas, Consulting, Innovation, Business, San Francisco
We have assisted individuals, small businesses, companies, and corporations with insight, and innovative thinking.
Creative Ideas
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provides new perspectives, illuminates solutions, and inspires new lines of thought. We are as fast as the internet , convenient as email, so one can see how it is that valuable ideas can be delivered worldwide in an eyeblink. Just imagine, we can do all you imagine! So what is our bottom line? We want references. We take on clients who pay us, but we do need to continue our research and so we continue to assist others who are willing to provide references. During our initial research phase we selected cases which we felt represented the range of clients we have successfully worked with. These references are showcased, go to: references and sampler Our Mission Statement outlines our unique motivation and circumstances. Or view our Co-ventures to see some of the cooperative ventures that Creative Ideas has become involved with recently.

20. The Scriptorium Webzine For Writers
Writingrelated creativity exercises, articles, author interviews, recommended reading, links, software, glossary.
vol.5 no.3
March 2003
ISSN 1492-949X quotables

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