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 Utilizing a magazine as a tool can amplify creativity and learning when embarking on a creative journey.


When delving into creativity through writing, it is often recommended to seek out unfamiliar magazines as a way to boost creativity and come up with new ideas. To put this recommendation into practice, one could go to a newsstand and choose different magazines to read, with the intention of gathering inspiration, making connections, and keeping up with current trends.

This is often mentioned as an example of using outside influences to stimulate our creative thought process.


Taking a creative journey can be enhanced by using a magazine as a tool to increase both creativity and learning.
 Utilizing a magazine as a tool can amplify creativity and learning when embarking on a creative journey.

I have encountered this suggestion many times and have personally suggested it as well. Sometimes, I have also applied it myself. However, I have never seen someone actually show how to put it into action.

Until now.


During my trip earlier this week, I found the April edition of Wired Magazine in my briefcase. A couple of weeks ago, at an airport, I bought it because I was intrigued by the cover story about "The New World of Games."


Even though I am not currently a subscriber to Wired Magazine (I used to be in the past), it's possible that you are also not subscribed. However, I have confidence that you will find my approach and the results entertaining and enjoyable.


My Process


Finding innovative ideas through reading a magazine is a straightforward process. All you require is a magazine, a highlighter, and potentially some paper or a journal. After acquiring these materials, begin reading attentively, avoiding merely scanning or concentrating solely on captivating topics. Explore every section, encompassing articles and advertisements. Meanwhile, engage yourself by asking certain questions...


What does this bring to my mind?

How does this align with my present circumstance, problem, or challenge?

What actions did they pursue that I have the ability to pursue as well?

In what way can I utilize this?

How can I make the most of the advice or personal experiences shared in the article or advertisement to benefit myself?


There are additional inquiries that need to be posed, however, this inventory should be enough to get started. You have the option to delve into your imaginative investigation with a specific problem to solve or just to reveal unforeseen concepts. Both approaches are satisfactory.


I embarked on my journey without any specific goal or issue in mind. Instead, my intention was solely to investigate and discover as much as I could from my readings.

For the rest of this article, I will be sharing my thoughts and the things that motivated me. I encourage you to continue reading and observe how I approach the topic, while also gaining inspiration from my ideas. In essence, I suggest applying the same method described earlier to the rest of this article.


Another option would be to go to the library and get the April 2006 edition of Wired Magazine so that you can see firsthand what I have been talking about.


Taking a creative journey can be enhanced by using a magazine as a tool to increase both creativity and learning.
 Utilizing a magazine as a tool can amplify creativity and learning when embarking on a creative journey.


My Journey


On page 26, there is a section on the side of the page discussing whether a show that lasts for half an hour is too long for viewers nowadays. Three people give their different opinions on this topic. Initially, I found the question interesting. Yet, as I thought more about it, I understood that the answers depended on how entertaining the story was. In the end, if a story is captivating, people will watch it no matter how long it is, as proven by the success of Titanic, which has a duration of over three hours.

As a result, although this question stimulates thinking, it tackles the issue in the wrong direction. Instead, we should focus on the quality of the narrative as the relevant query. This relates to my profession in terms of training.


What is the maximum amount of information that individuals can take in during one sitting?

Do I hold the belief that societal norms are undergoing a change?


Indeed, individuals remain the same despite any circumstances. If people are genuinely interested, time limitations become less important. In the end, the important inquiry should address how we can effectively capture individuals' attention, regardless of the duration, be it through appealing storylines or interactive educational opportunities.



In a magazine, on page 29, there is a long advertisement spread for Lexus showcasing a PBS series with Charlie Rose. The ad includes interesting parts from two episodes that are almost worth the price of the magazine on their own, surpassing other articles in terms of quality. It serves as a reminder that effective advertising goes beyond just selling a product and also involves educating and providing valuable information to others.


The paragraph explains that page 56 of a book or document talks about a movie that was created based on a Beastie Boys concert. The film was made using footage recorded by 50 people who were given cameras by the band. They were instructed to film their entire experience at the concert. The final movie was created by editing over 100 hours of unprofessional footage. Despite not owning any Beastie Boys albums or attending their concerts, the concept of this movie seems very fascinating to me.



I am intrigued by the band's swift ideation and execution, as they managed to gather footage within a mere three days. This has prompted me to reflect on my own efficiency and motivation to act promptly. Furthermore, it showcases the significance of engaging customers in the product or service experience. This particular section, spanning approximately two thirds of a page, has been on my mind for the past few days.

In the Play section of the magazine, specifically on page 66, you will find images and short explanations about new items. Among them is the Storm Tracker, a unique umbrella. This umbrella has a light located at the end of its handle, and it collects weather predictions wirelessly from nearby forecast sources. The light blinks as a way of indicating the possibility of rain

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