Innovation

Crashing Ideas Together

Crashing Ideas Together

I’ve taken a holiday from blog writing and almost from micro-blogging. I’ve been working very hard at smashing ideas together and then trying to knit them back together in different ways. Imagine tying a large apple on the end of a string and a small melon on the end of another. Now, take each string in a different hand and… Read more →

Interaction also gives meaning

Interaction also gives meaning

I’ve been thinking for some time now that the way we interact with a topic, theme or idea effects the way we think and feel about it as well. I guess this is simple and elemental to many folks.  But I’ve been doing an experiment with a journal. So, I made an oddly shaped journal and began to take it… Read more →

Successful innovation and Missional research

One of the things I find most fascinating is making associations, making connections between seemingly disconnected ideas. At this time I am working on how to be innovative in missional research. By missional research I mean discovering the best ways for Christ followers to apply their apprenticeship to Christ in a specific local context and that especially when the apprentice… Read more →

Innovation: Great wheelchair for the developing world

New wheelchair gets its first real-world test Grad student’s device aims to meet the needs of millions of people in the developing world. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2I1_OrBJwA&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x2b405b&color2=0x6b8ab6] I was really impressed by the innovation and social entrepreneurship of this product. Take a good look!.