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  • 18 October | ‘Expanding Windows’

    18 October | ‘Expanding Windows’

    Explore ideas of expansiveness, new thinking ‘Expand your thinking, attract new opportunities, and recognize serendipity: a conversation about how that all works. ‘Your host, Dipika Kohli (TEDx ‘There’s Not That Much Time Left) says: ‘Expanding windows can become… doors.’ We create our own opportunities. ‘Let’s discover. Let’s discuss.’ This will…

  • Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program’s April Lee’s brilliant reply to the question, ‘Can we truly change systems if we’re still in them?’

    Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program’s April Lee’s brilliant reply to the question, ‘Can we truly change systems if we’re still in them?’

    Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program’s April Lee, pictured above, is a panelist in the video below. I love how she replied to an audience member’s question. The question was about whether the panelists believed, truly, that change was possible when the very systems that created difficulties are things we’re still living…

  • Issue #100

    Issue #100

    A members-only issue. “S” is for Sincerity. That’s the title, this time. More for those who are already in our conversations, behind the curtains here, at this blog, and on email in ‘Papers.’ Join the conversations when you subscribe. To do that, you can use this link… http://gum.co/space-chicago-s Thanks! DK…

  • Guest Post: ‘Light sticks’ | implements for generating sparks or flame

    Guest Post: ‘Light sticks’ | implements for generating sparks or flame

    Guest post today: ‘OF COURSE THERE IS SUBJECTIVITY in all writing, even so-called factual writing, because writers choose which facts to include and thereby bend them to their purpose. So this implies that given a representative, well-sourced collection of facts and subjective observations, the reader is supplied with enough fuel…

  • S P A C E | ‘Kiyoshi Inoue: a samurai designer’

    S P A C E | ‘Kiyoshi Inoue: a samurai designer’

    … Kiyoshi Inoue: a samurai designer of American corporate identities, from the era of hand-drawn logos Editor’s note: This post was one of the most popular from our blog 2006-2013, which is no longer in our archives. It’s written by DK co-founder Akira Morita.   I WAS JUST WATCHING an…