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The dark room is a place for young people who ask for new and exciting experience. Just imagine brainstorming in a chamber and you don't see who are there with you. It certainly attracts people to work together for more creative and better ideas!

The dark room is a place for young people who ask for new and exciting experience. Just imagine brainstorming in a chamber and you don't see who are there with you. It certainly attracts people to work together for more creative and better ideas!

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Can we schedule creativity? Inspired by an article by ooomf, this inspiration discusses the importance of time and incubation before we first feel the glorious ideas are on the way. Albert Einstein, Graham Wallas and Sally Hogshead second this.

Can we schedule creativity? Inspired by an article by ooomf, this inspiration discusses the importance of time and incubation before we first feel the glorious ideas are on the way. Albert Einstein, Graham Wallas and Sally Hogshead second this.

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Yong Yee commented on Play with Grind - An Inclusive and Modular way to play

Thank you so much for the kind words! Wish to see more people creating safe spaces within the limited context :)

Hi Arash this is Yong Yee, also from Malaysia. Would really love to talk to you on refugees youth network, if that's possible? Our team is looking into assisting the same community so that they can learn other skills besides accessibility to education. You can reach me at meetyongyee@gmail.com. Thanks! :)

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Yong Yee commented on The Creative Chamber - Brainstorm in the Dark

I happened to go to the whiteboard and found this from one of the fellows of d School. Nicely illustrated. That's why we need a dark room I guess ;) http://dschool.stanford.edu/fellowships/2013/11/15/design-for-introverts/#more-1448