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I am A Member Of The Glimmerati

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on January 5, 2010

My good friend Helen Walters, who edits the Innovation & Design channel at Business Week, told me that I was part of the Glimmerati. It was the holiday season so I said she was pretty glimmering too. But no, Helen was talking about the book, Glimmer—How Design Can Save Your Life And Maybe Save The World, by Warren Berger.

I’m honored to be part of any list of 50 design thinkers that includes Stefan Stagmeister, Cameron Sinclair, David Kelley, Steve McCallion, Michael Graves, Don Norman, Yves Behar, Irene Au, Emily Pilloton, Michael Graves, Davin Stowell, Roger Martin, Tim Brown, Michael Beirut and many more.

Thank you Warren for including me. Sorry I blew it by not getting the book in the fall. I’m heading out now to buy and read it.

Reader Comments

Daniel Christadoss

January 6, 2010 2:34 AM

You have to read it. It changed my life.
I love Warren's writing style. Reading it made me conscious of two things. One was the gratification that we were practicing the teachings of Bruce Mau in our day to day life. The other is a guide and an encouragement to change the world.
Please do visit the Glimmer site for a continuation on the book. Warren was gracious enough to allow simple readers like me to be guest bloggers and share our journey into Design Thinking as we strive to change the world.

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