Christopher Breen is back to follow up on a previous conversation about the nature of creativity and why we can all consider ourselves creative by the right measurement. From rebuilding his piano and the difference between physical and digital instruments to his efforts to become a better photographer, Chris examines what it means to be creative and why it doesn’t have to mean creating something from scratch.
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Christopher Breen has been writing about Apple and its technology since the latter days of the Reagan administration for such publication as MacUser, MacWEEK, and Macworld Until recently, he was a Macworld senior editor and host of the Macworld Podcast, is author of The iPhone Pocket Guide, Sixth Edition (6th Edition) (Peachpit Press), and offers lynda.com software tutorials on such subjects as OS X Lion, the iPad, and screen casting. He is a professional musician in the San Francisco Bay Area, and has a third career with an unidentified tech company headquartered in Cupertino.