Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Thinking Outside The Box

Traditionalists say the box should be lying flat on it's baseline. And the image is upside down. The colours are all wrong.

Oh, I'm sorry. Let me introduce myself. I am Prentice the Professor. I won't be appearing here very often. The Team thinks I'm much too stuffy for the fans that come to visit—Winston Churchill in sweatpants. That is what most of the team wears.

They are probably wrong but you will decide that for them. Please take a moment and use the comments box to let them know you came to visit.

Now back to the subject at hand, Thinking Outside the Box. It simply means that you look for the less obvious answer or solution to a question or problem. It's everywhere.

The way in which the web is used today is constantly being challenged by those that think outside the box. It was, after all, intended as a method of military communication. Little did the creators know that it would evolve into something more spectacular than just a glorified walkie talkie.

You have met Otto the Out-Of-Left Field Guy. He is an example of someone who thinks outside the box. A little like Robin Williams, only he is like a child in the first day of nursery school and Robin has a Phd. in Wo Did U C That. No one knows (including Robin), what will come out of his mouth next. That is why the talk show circuit loves him so much. You just start him off in one direction and sit back and watch where he takes you next. Be sure you have a change of underwear close by.

Please share your thoughts of those, that you know personally or have seen in action on television or other media, demonstrating their ability to think outside the box.

Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful day.


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