2011  April 23

Me And Martha

Earlier this year I interviewed Martha Stewart about her philosophy on new technologies, the nature of making good things, and creative leadership. That interview as a text and audio segment debuted in the inaugural iPad app version of Martha Stewart Living as a 600Mb for-pay download in January 2011 but I was pleasantly surprised that it’s now for free within the MSL app (the rest of the issues are for-pay). My takeaway from this conversation with Martha was that creativity starts at the home when you are growing up, and if you are lucky it will follow you, and serve you well, into adulthood and beyond. -JM

Even if you didn’t grow up in a stereotypical “creative” household, if you lived within constraints (like everyone), then you had to get creative.

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