There is a very fine line between “hobby” and “mental illness.”
Dave Barry, “Things That It Took Me 50 Years to Learn”
Note: This is a sticky posting that stays on top of the blog for a while.
The second edition of Organizing Creativity is finally available:
It took me longer than expected, but it is finally finished. A big thanks to Tanja Gabriele Baudson for writing a beautiful introduction 🙂 🙂 🙂
I’m currently uploading/reviewing the files to have it published via Createspace and I’m looking into doing an eBook version of this book.
Note that this book is not “free” — although the pricing differs from the typical book. You can read it without paying anything upfront. If you think that it is not useful for you, I respect that. But if you have taken something useful from it, I like to get paid for my work. Money is the most direct and honest feedback you can give — it shows beyond a doubt that what I have done is useful.
Thus, you can read the PDF from my website for as long as you want, but if you think you have taken something useful from it, that it helped you, then consider what this help was worth and give me feedback by granting me some money.
You can do this easily on the feedback page of this book.
P.S.: You might have noticed that I changed the layout of this website. It’s a work in progress.
There is already the first errata:
- The poster link on page 20 (page 10 in Acrobat) should have been: http://www.organizingcreativity.com/book-as-pdf/poster/ I will change it in a few days.
- There is a subheader missing in the Table of Contents (Digital Tools: Software). BTW, there is now a table of contents page of the book.
The file is now updated (Version 2-1). I have included an errata page on this site. Simply look at the version of the text to see whether your version is current (it’s on Acrobat page 3 above the Trademark Disclaimer).
Thank you for all the comments per eMail so far 🙂 They are much appreciated. However, answering them will take a while, I’m currently a little behind.