REFERENCES to Keynote Lecture Synergy 3: The Good, BAD and the UGLY in the Age of the Internet
March 14, 2013
Today I gave my Keynote Lecture for the International Polymer Clay Association annual conference Synergy 3. The lecture title is:
This lecture will be published on ASK Harriete as a SlideShare PowerPoint with recorded audio. Subscribe to ASK Harriete so you will be notified of the publication.
Here is the HANDOUT Good-BAD-UGLY-Handout-References (PDF) to download or use the individual links below. The references are mentioned in the order of appearance in the lecture.
IMAGE: Clint Eastwood, Leone and Eli Wallach on the set of THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY 1966.
IMAGE of extreme close-up and wide angle view is a signature voice of the director Sergio Leone.
BOOK: The Long Tail by Chris Anderson.
ASK Harriete describes “the Long Tail” in a post titled, "Long Tail - Blockbuster versus Netflix, and the art/craft world. "
Reference to Michael Jordan found in the online article “Best Advice: Down But Not Out” by Peter Guber
BOOK: Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dwek
QUOTE from April Winchell found on Wired.co.uk in the Business section: “Regretsy closes, the world mourns the end of DIY meets WTF”
BOOK: Talent is Overrated by Geoff Colvin
BOOK: Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
BOOK: Risky is the New Safe by Randy Gage
Polymer Art Archive
CRITIQUE GROUP GUIDELINES
PROFESSIONAL GUIDELINES for the artists and crafts community
BOOK: IMAGINE: How Creativity Works by Jonah Lehrer
Jonah Lehrer lecture for the Knight Foundation: “Jonah Lehrer earns $20,000 honorarium for talking about plagiarism at Knight lunch” (Scroll down to find the lecture. He actually starts talking at about 53 minutes into the video, so move the scroll bar into the lecture.)
Transcript for Jonah Lehrer lecture titled: “My Apology” by Jonah Lehrer
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ORIGINAL DRAWINGS for the lecture by Aryn Shelander
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