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Application for halfbakers, that collects data
place(home, work, bathroom, etc),
day, night), and many other circumstances,
idea was created. This data could be used for
understanding the nature of idea creation, and
achieve a new level of producing ideas.
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||"So, after crunching the numbers, it turns out that the best
place to have an idea is equidistant between a bedroom, a bar
and Cape Verde, whilst drinking a mohito with a splash of
coffee and spirulina, having just eaten a MacDonald's with a
cabernet sauvignon and a side of spinach."
||^ and the unconscious workup starts after coming out of the bathroom.
||A majority of mine have happened while driving.
||hmmmm, maybe it's every time I cross a Ley line or something...
||^Maybe the shallow subconscious gets to look at the global
mullings because the rote subconscious is doing all the heavy lift
||Mine pop up mostly when I'm pooping.
||Would the app help you remember what the idea was in the
||Maybe, first glimpse may be the most
visionary end exciting. A sense of fuzziness
at the same time gives a sense of depth.
||Ideas have a lot of parameters, like methods
of creating: combinations of abstractions,
solutions for deep self problems, looking
through the prism of theory, semiotics,
interpretation and translating something into
the language of other thing, increasing of
||A majority of mine have happened in extreme
situations, or in different alternative states of
||Solution(idea) depends on how the question
is asked, so to change idea you have to
deformate a question.
Researching of minds of thinkers, and how
ideas were produced is inspiring topic.
"An essay on the psychology of invention in
the mathematical field" by Jacques
Hadamard is a great book.