Comment Rules

We appreciate your comments. The purpose of this site is to come up with creative solutions and move the world towards the Creativity Age.

The author of any particular article may chose to:
• Incorporate your comment in part or in whole in the main body of text.
• Incorporate your comment in part or in whole at the end of the text.
• Incorporate the idea in the text.
• Use the comment as a stepping stone for enhancing the text. For example, someone may point out an unforeseen consequence, the author forgot about.

We feel it is important to give people credit. If you want to be credited, we will need your full name and e-mail address.

Whether we publish or incorporate a comment is at the discretion of the author, which is, for now, us. We hope that we will soon have others who will share their ideas and help us move towards the Creativity Age.

We will only publish comments that we feel enhance what the author wrote. The emphasis is on making the ideas even more practical.

If you are the type of person who loves to criticize and dump on people and ideas, we suggest you save yourself the time and effort. We won’t publish rants, or people trashing. For now we are not interested in giving everyone a vote. What we are looking for are practical solutions. Publishing dogma, opinions from the all knowing and superior or just venom is not helpful when people are struggling with a creative idea.

There are lots of blogs where you can get the daggers out and cut up people and ideas. If that is your urge, please go there and hopefully feel fulfilled.

Again, we really appreciate any comments, ideas and solutions.

If you want to become an author and have something you want us to publish which fits into the Creativity Age genre, please let us know.