How do you deal with ideas coming to you at an inconvenient time? How can note-taking be more fun? And how can commuting be turned into a creative opportunity? We're collecting responses to questions about the way ideas are generated today, now, in this moment; to capture contemporary creativity as it happens. You can add your voice to the conversation by contributing your thoughts on #IdeasNoted: here's how.
We're doing this because the technology and media landscape is changing fast. Even the way we think has evolved since the beginning of time. Through a truly global, multiplatform collaboration we want to identify the tools and processes that aid idea generation in 2015.
We are building a Time Capsule to fill with handwritten notes, tweets, snippets of conversation and human interaction that will be buried for future generations to discover in years to come. We've partnered with TED2015 to kick-start the effort from this year's global conference in Vancouver, March 16-20, where the world's most innovative thinkers will share ideas worth spreading, and noting down.
Follow @Moleskine on Twitter for daily questions or use #IdeasNoted and #TED2015 to freely share your thoughts on note-taking, idea generation and the convergence of analog and digital in your workflow. We look forward to reading your contributions.