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"I have a generativity complex – it's a neurological disorder induced by exposure to Post-its and M&Ms."
• Senior Interaction Designer, IDEO Shanghai.
• OpenIDEO lurker, tire kicker and collaborator.
• A transplant from San Francisco via Italy via Seoul via Minneapolis via Maui (originally).
I like complex issues like transportation, education, and food systems. I think politicians should have a methodology for problem solving. I also like media and entertainment, and have an unhealthy interest in marketing (everybody's got a vice.) I heart Evernote, Google Docs, and "KS" as knowledge sharing is called at IDEO. I try to be involved, advocate, instigate. Prefer workshops to presentations. And there's a lot in this world that makes me #facepalm, but there's also a lot that makes me smile.
HBR agrees with Joi Ito.
MMOs can provide a social environment where you pick up leadership skills like people management, challenge navigation, and resource allocation. Not only that, you could get a job at Yahoo!
Doulas, care givers focused on the mother's (emotional) wellbeing, are all the rage in NYC and the Bay Area (there are even "death doulas"!). What I love about 'Radical Doulas' is her/their mission to expand their services to undeserved communities.