When music ceases to stimulate design thinking, pack your iPod with audio enrichment from these big thinkers (courtesy of ITconversations):
Don Norman –Emotional Design
In this keynote address, Norman shares work from his latest book, Emotional Design: Why We Love (or Hate) Everyday Things.
Jeff Bezos –Web 2.0
Find the useful guts of Amazon and expose them. Release it into the wild and see what wonderful things grow that would never have grown (or grown slowly) with in-house development.
Richard Florida -The Rise of the Creative Class
We're in the midst of a fundamental economic revolution, bigger than the change from an agricultural to an industrial society. It's based on creativity including technological, economic and aesthetic creativity.
Malcolm Gladwell -Human Nature
Malcolm explores why we can't trust people's opinions - because we don't have the language to express our feelings.
Will Wright -Lessons from Game Design
Wright has become one of the most successful designers of interactive entertainment in the world.
Marc Andressen and Dan Rosensweig -Lessons Learned, Future Predicted
John Batelle speaks with Marc Andreessen, Chairman and Co-Founder, Opsware, Inc., and Dan Rosensweig, COO, Yahoo. What did they learn the first time, and what’s different in a Web 2.0 world?
Clayton Christensen -Capturing the Upside
Every company needs to grow, and innovation is the ticket to sustainable and profitable growth.