Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Recharging your humanity by making music

While I normally write about business, organizational, and societal issues, I have written of the benefits of the arts in recharging my (and perhaps your) humanity, for it's hard to separate the individual from the organizations in which we operate.

Today Jason Heath pointed to Visual Acoustics, "a concept for interactive expression," as they write. See if it helps you recharge. It—or something similar—may be just what you need to reinvigorate your creativity, to remove a mental block that keeps you from making progress, or to restore a feeling of being human that you've neglected in your hectic day.

What helps you recharge? What helps you be effective and human?

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Blogger Bernie said...

Play. Playing with. With kids. Animals. Older people. Playing games. Playing around making spit bubbles. Playing so that we make each other laugh.

21 March, 2007 14:12  
Blogger Bill Harris said...

Bernie, thanks for dropping by. For any of the rest of you, check out Bernie's blogs at http://www.deepfun.com/ and http://junkyardsports.com/blog/. He turns fun into a meaningful art form.

21 March, 2007 19:37  

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