Where Science Meets Muse

The Sashimi Tabernacle Choir – A Lesson In Innovation

Posted by Plish on January 14, 2009

Sometimes, you scratch your head and just look at something and say…”Hmmm….”

Richard Carter of Texas hunkered down and created this mechanized symphony.  Not sure why.

However, hidden in his explanation is a pearl, no, a diamond of wisdom on innovating:

“What is really required is enough lack of common sense to start a project like this, and think you can pull it off.  If we had any conception about how much work we would eventually put into it, we never would have started it. But we naively dived into it; we had enough vision or something to keep on going.”

How often does the “not knowing what you don’t know” card foster innovation?


2 Responses to “The Sashimi Tabernacle Choir – A Lesson In Innovation”

  1. HAHA! This made me laugh and started my day out right. And even the innovation wisdom statement, I have seen this with several persons, and I do believe it to be true.

  2. Plish said

    When I saw this, it was golden! I too have personally witnessed the innovation wisdom stated here. Thanks for stopping by!

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