Natalia Martinez-Kalinina Make Time More Approachable
Teva Harrison Teva Harrison
Alberto Levy Alberto Levy
Cyndi Coon How to invent, shop, and steal time.
Dain Saint Time
Dario Sztajnszrajber Tiempo
Audience Takes The Stage Audience Takes The Stage
Eduardo Aires The importance of time, leadership, assertiveness and building relationships in the design process
CHALIDA KUNALAI (KOI) Travel in Time by Khun Koi
Yoppy Pieter The Slow Death of Minangkabau’s Heritage
Jens Lanvin Head of trend & future research, Ipsos
Jaime Lubin Jaime Lubin
Eugene Bumagin Simple ways to avoid wasting time
Troy Bronsink Troy Bronsink
The Audience Takes the Stage The Audience Takes the Stage
Përparim Kabo about Time
Lizeth León Fachadas Bogotanas en #CMBog
Tomas Kamphius & Max Jansen Freewheel Stories
David Evans Time Has Run Out
Liang-Yi Chang 2015 Dec. Time
Lucy Engelman Make Time Where There Is None
Jaime Tenny Beer Takes Time
Ferne Caulker Bronson Reflections, Perceptions + Diaspora
Maude Francoeur Maude Francoeur
Andrea Pettinelli Nella fisica il tempo non esiste.
Carel Huydecoper Time through the ages
Adam Garfield Co-Founder & CEO of Speedetab
Carolyn Kan Carolyn Kan
Audience Takes The Stage
Richard Piras Reconsidering the appreciation of time
Ali Ethem Keskin on December theme 'TIME'
Jeff Anello & Michal Garcia Jeff Anello & Michal Garcia
Henrique Portugal Henrique Portugal
Margaret Weitekamp Time and Hyperspace
Ariel Clayton Karas Al Wasco, Zachariah Durr, and Arial Clayton Karas
Ale Giorgini Hi Mom, I'm an Illustrator
The Audience Takes the Stage "Audience Takes the Stage!"
Adam Shuck The Glassblock
funnytastes inspirational · unexpected · funny
Michelle Poler 100 Days Without Fear
Abby Covert Time as Material
Michael Yates A Special Request
Audience Takes the Stage Q+A
Ed Fenimore Scientific Discoveries: How are they made?
Edmond Niculușcă Going back in time
Andreas Elpidorou The Benefits of Boredom
Wesley Grubbs Q&A with Wesley Grubbs
Philip Evans Lightbox Film Project
Marie Hald A photographer's view of time
Cecilia Diaz No hay tiempo que perder al empezar a emprender.
DRA. FEGGY OSTROSKY Tiempos Violentos
Néstor Guerra El tiempo
Janne Kareinen Q & A
Janne Kareinen Development Director
Miguel Lardizábal CMTime en CreativeMornings Tegucigalpa
Christian Odzuck Die Stadt als Erfahrungsraum im Veränderungsprozess.
Naziha Mestaoui 1 heart, 1 tree
Jonathon Colman Jonathon Colman
Luciano Braga Projetos Paralelos e o Poder do Tempo Livre
La Tank Le TEMPS, source de créativité
Five Every Day Five Every Day
Heather Lighton Dogphotog
Nora McInerny Purmort Timing Is Nothing At All
Sue Doeksen Sue Doeksen
Sue Doeksen Q&A
René Villemure René Villemure – Ethikos TIME
Audience Takes the Stage Jen Serafini, Anthony Roberts and Mary Fons
David Ryan Linear Is A Lie
Pavla Horáková What was TIME like in wartime.
Boyko Rangelov Time. Time travel. The paradoxes of time.
Alec Farmer Building things to last
Ifanyi Bell and Margaret Jacobsen Time travel through creation
Brian Jones Brian Jones, Graphicmachine TIME
Juras Grincevicius Mindfulness (LT)
Marlon Lizama Marlon Lizama
Wesley Grubbs Storytelling through Data
Bill Martin It's Not About Time
Gaëlle Hardy - Collectif "A contre jour" Le temps des petites caresses
Mo Rida Time Matters in the 48Hour Film Project
Shannon Washburn Product Development Manager at Shinola
justin miller Justin Miller - Time
justin miller Justin Miller - Time
Caleb France Why - How - What
Charlotte Hayne Understanding Time
CreativeMornings/Vancouver Audience Takes The Stage - Time
Patrice Gaines "Don't Let The Time Do You"
Katie Boyts Katie Boyts - Time QA
Katie Boyts Katie Boyts - Time
Dawna Ballard Timesmith
Classical symphonies, sonatas, great works of music use sheer time to work out in great depth the captivated ideas of their composer.
If you slave for untold hours you get one minute that's clear and that's perfect.
Be kind. Be generous. Be happy.
Do it again. Sometimes you're going to win, sometimes you're going to lose. The important thing is you learn from it.
Do it as well as you can. I really believe that you should try and improve your craft so keep learning, keep trying to do better. But pursue excellence don't pursue perfection.
Do it now. There's never going to be enough time, you're never going to know enough, it's not going to get easier when you get older. Do it now.
Be inspired. Level up. Do some quests. Expand your skill tree. Get every last achievement because if it is true that our entire universe... is a game, shouldn't we be playing more of it?
The next time that you run into a design problem you're trying to fix, do what I do: steal from the universe.
Embrace emergent phenomena.
Don't sweat the small stuff.
Even something as expansive as the universe knows when when things are simply out of scope.
Control your scope.
Limitations breed creativity. Use them early and often.
Use limitations creatively.
To start hacking the universe, we first have to understand the limitations of the infinity engine.
The universe is impossibly good.
Counting humans alone, the universe has 7 billion players logged in as we speak, despite having no visible monetization strategy.
As near as we can tell, the universe spent the first two-thirds of its product cycle in beta, functioning as a sort of planetary creation game until the release of the Earth expansion 4.5 billion years ago.
Everything that we see through our eyes, everything that we know through mathematical language and everything we experiment, is just a different vibration of the same quantum.
Our perception of time can change based on the temperature.
All the galaxies in the Universe revolve together around a single black hole, so-called Big Bang.
Music allows us to travel back and forth in time!
When everything else for her was falling apart, we were building something.
We got to talk about this. We got to rally around this thing. That was our whole family's casket.
It's hard to know what to say. You've already had to say, 'Grandmother, your casket is ready.'
When you throw away your ancestors, when you throw away your culture, you doom future generations into a state of throw-aways.
Gazing at the clouds is a pointless activity, and that is exactly why it’s so important.
Mindfulness is this idea that you confront the emotions that you’re having right when they are happening instead of pushing them away. That has a lot to do too with the things you do on a regular basis. “Oh I need to call my mum, oh I need to make that appointment”. Instead of saying “Oh I’ll do it tomorrow” and letting it fester, creating this big ball of anxiety, to really confront it head on.
So let's boil it down, really really really easy. Just make the items, give the items. That's it, especially in hospitality where it's about the customer experience. So, how's that for customer experience?
My perception of fear completely shifted. It went from that thing I must avoid at all costs to a way to explore new things, uncover new emotions, and really push myself.
Entre los creativos hay muchos maniacos
El cerebro es la frágil morada del alma
"Morena la vida es Limitada"
No pressure, but I think how you spend your time, as it's your greatest gift, is immensely important to the world.
Conversations inform culture. Conversations shift culture. And culture shifts the world. I don't think culture is a static thing, I don't think it's a fixed thing, and I don't think it's something that just happens to us. I think that we create, or we help create, or we inform, and then we take with us.
Artists have the power to shift conversations. They have the power to spark conversations.
I think a lot of artists don't realize, or creatives don't realize, how much power they have. Your time is the reason you have that power. It is what makes you; it is what makes us powerful.
Time is our greatest gift. Time is YOUR greatest gift.
Time, itself, is a creative process.
If we can accept the fundamental nature of time, if we can make it our friend and not our enemy, then I think that we can make better work. Or, at least, we can become better friends with ourselves and become more sane.
It's not just how much you have, it's how you use it. And I think, you know, this ever-ticking clock is not necessarily the thing that prevents us from making more or making better. But, instead, it's a factor in the process.
We don't have to think of time as an adversary, we can think of it as a contributor, as a factor — or even as a collaborator.
We do seem to exist, in terms of our work, and really, in most aspects of our life, in this really adversarial relationship with time.
There has to be more than doing what society tells us.