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  1. So what's on your reading list? What have you been and are planning to read? I have been recently reading Creativity Inc, by Ed Catmul. It is about the rise of Pixar and the secrets of managing such an expansive creative company. I learned a lot of tricks about management from it, which already have informed the development of this very site. I whole hardheartedly recommend it, especially if you are prone to micromanaging, are overwhelmed by managing a large group trying to solve a creative problem, or just need to learn how to collaborate with others creatively. It is amazing to see Lasiter, Steve Jobs, and Catmul all created a whole new art form together in their own new unique way and breech through all the obstacles there were to create artful (and profitable) digital animations. It is inspirational to say the least.
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