Hugh Macleod and Creativity

by Stephen Mills on December 5, 2009

I just finished a quick read of Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to Creativity by Hugh Macleod.  If you are or aspire to be a creative type, there is a lot of wisdom in that little book.  His cartoons aren’t for everyone as some of them contain a generous helping of 4-letter words and sexual content.  Most of them are clean and wise.  I personally find them hilarious.  They are what makes Hugh different.  Even if you don’t like them, the text is worth the price of the book.  It is a quick read and if you don’t want to buy it then check it out of a library.  Hell, you can probably read it in a couple of trips to the B&N coffee shop although I think that’s sort of cheating :-)

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Gordie Rogers December 5, 2009 at 10:59 pm

Sounds interesting. Will check it out. Sounds pretty short.
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Jonny December 8, 2009 at 5:52 am

Lol, thats probably one of the shortest post I have ever read. Nice
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