CT at Google: Using Data and Creativity to Provide Support in Times of Disaster
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CT at Google: Using Data and Creativity to Provide Support in Times of Disaster

Raquel: A natural disaster– an earthquake, a flood, or a hurricane– it could happen at any time, and it’s often totally unexpected. And during an event like that, it could be that power goes down; it could be that roads are inaccessible. But often we’re finding that people with mobile phones still have some limited battery left, and often that…

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Faux Laser Cut Cards
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Faux Laser Cut Cards

Welcome Everyone! It’s Jennifer McGuire. Today I wanted to share with you a technique to achieve a faux laser cut card look. In stationary laser cut cards are so popular right now. I love the look. I love the detail and the how intricate it is. I wanted to see if we could kind of get that look with cards…

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Creativity on the Autism Spectrum: Painters, Poets, Filmmakers and More | EDB 71
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Creativity on the Autism Spectrum: Painters, Poets, Filmmakers and More | EDB 71

Hi I’m Dr. Hackie Reitman, welcome to a special episode of Exploring Different Brains. Today we’re going to explore the creativity of various individuals on the autism spectrum. Amazing how creative those of us whose brains are a little bit different can be. First we’re going to hear from Ian Hale, who lives some of the time in England some…

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Alcohol Can Enhance Creativity—But at a Cost
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Alcohol Can Enhance Creativity—But at a Cost

Thanks to CuriosityStream for supporting this episode! Go to CuriosityStream.com/psych to learn more. [ ♪ INTRO ] Maybe you’ve heard the advice, “write drunk, and edit sober.” Or about the “Ballmer peak” — that people write computer code best if they calibrate their blood alcohol level to be just right. Even if these are meant as jokes, lots of writers…

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S6 E5: State Of Creativity
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S6 E5: State Of Creativity

(Music is playing.) There’s something that happens in a creative city where creative people feed off of each other. Like, you know, you’re a painter but you’re looking at a movie, you’re a moviemaker but you’re looking at a piece of architecture and design. There’s this idea that if you get a big creative community, it’s better for everyone get…

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