TRUST List: Rules for Being Funny, Cats on the Internet (Selling Cat Things), and A Case for Why Creativity Matters in Education

Funnymen: Larry David, creator of "Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" with comedy guru David Sternberg

Co.Create: 9 Rules for Being Funny From “Inside Comedy” Guru David Sternberg

In this wide-ranging interview with former Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm director and famed Johnny Carson substitute on The Late Show, David Sternberg, the comedian  dispenses some essential wisdom on the art of being funny, and talks shop with some of comedy’s greats.

The New York Times: Using Cats to Sell Litter-Box Products

It only makes sense that, in the end, cats make the best sales-creatures for cat products. Leveraging the feline’s perennial Internet popularity, JWT decided to stop thinking too hard about how to market cat products and decided to simply follow the law of C.R.E.A.M – Cats Rule Everything Around Me.

Co.Design: 4 Things Obama Could Do to Foster America’s Creativity

While the Obama Administration has been quick to make education a central tennet of its agenda, this thought-piece by educator and Innovation & Design Channel founder Bruce Nussbaum presents a necessary and insightful addendum to the admin’s under-defined focus on fostering creativity as a integral part of education.