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In this modern age of the web, it’s not so much about luring people to a single digital destination to read your stuff, it’s more about getting the stuff to the people. Or so we’ve been told.

So we’ve been working on a couple of ways to do that.

We’ve been posting to our Facebook page from the start but we’ve now started posting our articles to Medium and Flipboard as well. So, if that’s how you prefer to feed your mind, then make sure you follow us there.

Articles will always appear on this site first, so don’t forget about us!

And make sure you sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know about some of our exciting developments (and – boy! – do we have some exciting developments in the works!)

So here are your magic links:

If you’re a Flipboard user, you can follow us here.

If you’re a Medium user, you can follow us here.

And if Facebook’s your thing, you can find us here.

Also, if you haven’t signed up to our newsletter yet, you can do that here:

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Dave Birss
Founder and Editor at OpenForIdeas.org
Dave is obsessed with creativity. He's been a musician, illustrator, stand-up comedian, poet, radio DJ, television presenter and advertising creative director. He also wrote A User Guide to the Creative Mind.
Now he runs Open for Ideas and helps individuals and companies become more creative.
You can find him speaking at conferences all over the world. And sharing his thinking in boardrooms, universities and dimly-lit pubs.