The Cocktail Napkin

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Some of the greatest ideas begin as scribbles on the back of a cocktail napkin. On this periodical of uncurbed ideas, a wide variety of guests discuss creativity, ideas and inspiration. Hosted by Jeremy Fuksa.

Tech descriptions for gear heads.
56 56: Opening the Kimono Jan. 19, 2012
Tech descriptions for gear heads.
Retreating from the world to do the hard parts of creative work is one way to get the right focus. Toni McLellan wants to help you mentally sweat out those ideas in an inspiring, encouraging environment.
Retreating from the world to do the hard parts of creative work is one way to get the right focus. Toni McLellan wants to help you mentally sweat out those ideas in an inspiring, encouraging environment.
It's not a base for mac n' cheese.
55 55: Bikram Creativity Jan. 13, 2012
It's not a base for mac n' cheese.
We've all picked up random hobbies when faced with absolutely nothing to do. But how many of those time passers turn into a true outlet for expression? Bruce Seeds discusses how the control and precision from a life of architecture/CAD translates into the geometric beauty of quilted textile art.
We've all picked up random hobbies when faced with absolutely nothing to do. But how many of those time passers turn into a true outlet for expression? Bruce Seeds discusses how the control and precision from a life of architecture/CAD translates into the geometric beauty of quilted textile art.
Sometimes the greatest art is in the process.
Sometimes the greatest art is in the process.
To close out 2011, writer and artist Austin Kleon discusses the myriad of ways he works to end the messy divorce between words and pictures.
Austin Kleon reminds us all that we've got untapped visual intelligence.
Austin Kleon reminds us all that we've got untapped visual intelligence.
To close out 2011, writer and artist Austin Kleon discusses the myriad of ways he works to end the messy divorce between words and pictures.
Jeremy and Ad Contrarian Bob Hoffman discuss that just because technology allows one to do so many things, it's not always the best idea to do them. Especially in marketing. Does your idea really need to be social?
Jeremy and Ad Contrarian Bob Hoffman discuss that just because technology allows one to do so many things, it's not always the best idea to do them. Especially in marketing. Does your idea really need to be social?
Empirical proof sometimes makes creativity stronger.
Empirical proof sometimes makes creativity stronger.
Jeremy and his wife Robin look back at the last 50 episodes and discuss where the show has been and where it may go in 2012.
On the downward slope to 100.