Re: Creativity

Subject: Re: Creativity
From: "mrw.EMAIL" <manu!mrw -at- UUNET -dot- UU -dot- NET>
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 1994 08:50:15 -0500

In-Reply-To: UUNET:uunet!!TECHWR-L's message of 11-11-94

Ed Hoornaert asks:

Is creativity a way of thinking that helps when faced with a process or page
layout problem? Do you consider yourself creative, or a technician?

Yes, I've had to be *very* creative when solving some process and page layout
problems. I've ended up using flow charts, illustrations, clip art, and other
graphical devices when the words weren't enough (a picture is worth...), I've
struggled to find a creative way to describe complex syntax, and I've walked
around the building asking other people for their ideas and thoughts.

I suppose I consider myself a creative technician. Or, as someone else
remarked recently (sorry, I forget who), I consider myself an artisan.

Smile-it's Monday. Friday's only four days away.

Mary R. Wise
mrw -at- manu -dot- com

"Yes! My name is an ungrammatical sentence!"

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