OBLIQUE STRATEGIES

previously featured on the blog with two legs

 

date
oblique strategy
2009-08-05
would anybody want it?
2009-08-04
the most important thing is the thing most easily forgotten
2009-08-03
in total darkness or in a very large room, very quietly
2009-08-02
go to an extreme,
move back to a more comfortable place
2009-08-01
make a blank valuable by putting it in an exquisite frame
2009-07-31
state the problem in words as clearly as possible
2009-07-30
change nothing and continue with immaculate consistency
2009-07-29
change nothing and continue with immaculate consistency
2009-07-28
change nothing and continue with immaculate consistency
2009-07-27
humanize something free of error
2009-07-26
is it finished?
2009-07-25
take away the elements in order of apparent non importance
2009-07-24
allow an easement
(an easement is the abandonment of a stricture)
2009-07-23
what are you really thinking about just now? incorporate
2009-07-22
which elements can be grouped?
2009-07-21
are there sections? consider transitions
2009-07-20
look at the order in which you do things
2009-07-19
accretion
2009-07-18
ask people to work against their better judgement
2009-07-17
water
2009-07-16
where's the edge? where does the frame start?
2009-07-15
question the heroic approach
2009-07-14
use an old idea
2009-07-13
disconnect from desire
2009-07-12
decorate, decorate
2009-07-11
emphasize the flaws
2009-07-10
don't be frightened to display your talents
2009-07-09
how would you have done it?
2009-07-08
try faking it!
(given by Stewart Brand)
2009-07-07
do something boring
2009-07-06
always first steps
2009-07-05
be extravagant
2009-07-04
make a sudden, destructive unpredictable action; incorporate
2009-07-03
emphasize differences
2009-07-02
ask your body
2009-07-01
not building a wall but making a brick
2009-06-30
repetition is a form of change
2009-06-29
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-28
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-27
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-26
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-25
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-24
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-23
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-22
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-21
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-20
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-19
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-18
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-17
the inconsistency principle
2009-06-14
remove ambiguities and convert to specifics
2009-06-13
just carry on
2009-06-12
distorting time
2009-06-11
when is it for?
2009-06-10
overtly resist change
2009-06-09
give way to your worst impulse
2009-06-08
which frame would make this look right?
2009-06-07
do the words need changing?
2009-06-06
do the words need changing?
2009-06-05
use an unacceptable colour
2009-06-04
work at a different speed
2009-06-03
courage!
2009-06-02
only one element of each kind
2009-06-01
towards the insignificant
2009-05-31
look closely at the most embarrassing details and amplify them
2009-05-30
use 'unqualified' people
2009-05-29
tidy up
2009-05-28
use filters
2009-05-27
simple subtraction
2009-05-26
you are an engineer
2009-05-25
trust in the you of now
2009-05-24
go outside
shut the door
2009-05-23
simply a matter of work
2009-05-22
only a part, not the whole
2009-05-21
discard an axiom
2009-05-20
don't break the silence
2009-05-19
voice nagging suspicions
2009-05-18
don't be frightened of cliches
2009-05-17
what mistakes did you make last time?
2009-05-16
what to maintain?
2009-05-15
disciplined self-indulgence
2009-05-14
define an area as 'safe' and use it as an anchor
2009-05-13
honour thy error as a hidden intention
2009-05-12
don't be afraid of things because they're easy to do
2009-05-11
what to increase? what to reduce?
2009-05-10
do we need holes?
2009-05-09
what wouldn't you do?
2009-05-08
be dirty
2009-05-07
remove specifics and convert to ambiguities
2009-05-06
gardening, not architecture
2009-05-05
do nothing for as long as possible
2009-05-04
what would your closest friend do?
2009-05-03
is there something missing?
2009-05-02
give the game away
2009-05-01
faced with a choice do both
(given by Diter Rot)
2009-04-30
short circuit
(example: a man eating peas with the idea that they will
improve his virility shovels them straight into his lap)
2009-04-29
discover the recipes you are using and abandon them
2009-04-28
listen to the quiet voice
2009-04-27
be less critical more often
2009-04-26
you don't have to be ashamed of using your own ideas
2009-04-25
breathe more deeply
2009-04-24
abandon normal instruments
2009-04-23
once the search is in progress, something will be found
2009-04-22
don't stress one thing more than another
2009-04-21
take a break

 

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