In the engineering management course nothing fascinated me more than the little section on creativity (infact nothing else fascinated me at all). Irony was the topic was out-of-course. Anyway, I searched the library for all the management books and read what I can find about creativity. Here is something interesting: One author (Fraidoon Mazda I think) wrote that if you tell a creative person to suggest some use of used tyres he would tell you to turn them into hoops for elephant glasses. I showed this to a junior and he said, "Yeh kya chuss hai!" and I told him that what seems to be 'chuss' to us ordinary people is the way creative people normally go about doing things.Conclusion: Listen what the children say.
I'm still trying to figure out these pictures. Very creative!
"Listen what the children say"---------->>>AWESOME, children say the innocent most things, it's always lovely conversing with them.I would appreciate if words like chuss, yaar, and all taporee words are not used, thanx.
Though I don't like slangs either, I felt without quoting the right 'word' the underlying message could not have been conveyed. I'll make sure never to use any such terms again.
Thanx attique :)i hate the fact that such words are soooooo commonly used by almost everybody.
whatever these lil guys are doing with food is awesome....very creative CG.can u tell the source link of this?
a friend mailed them to me...its some nido site...i didn't check...i think www.nidoorg.comaap try kar lau, if u find them online then paste the link here as well.
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