Where do good ideas come from? Places that put us together. Places that allow good hunches to collide with other good hunches, sometimes creating big breakthroughs and innovations. During the Enlightenment, this all happened in Parisian salons and coffee houses. Nowadays, it's happening on the web, in places that defy your ordinary definition of "place." In four animated minutes, Steven Johnson outlines the argument that he makes more fully in his soon-to-be-published book, Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation. The video is the latest from the RSAnimate series.

PS: Last week, I wrote a guest post on 5 captivating RSA videos that mull over the flaws running through modern capitalism. You can find it on Brain Pickings.

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