Ideaschema (Where Ideas Go To Grow) was officially launched in January 2010 with the Idea Catalyst Kit, created by Megan Elizabeth Morris with the help of friends and colleagues who lent their insight, efforts, kindness, and generosity to the project.
According to the Internet Archive’s snapshots of the oldest blog entries, Ideaschema actually pre-launched in 2009, on the 24th and 25th of December.
What happened next, we did not see coming… but as the years have unfolded, we have noticed, we are rollin’ with it.
Fourteen years later, to the day, our Intuitive groups have got the dot-com website back up and running with the nostalgia-activating Idea Catalyst Kit gallery and our new Precision Power-Up offering. (We’re wondering if we’ll do the dot-org and dot-net too. Percolating on it!)
Ideaschema has changed radically since 2010, and yet some elements are in remarkable alignment with our first releases.
We are still coming to be able to verbalize what all this means; what went before; and what we are building as we continue to sort out and re-assemble old and newer peaces.
Our Intuitive groups organizing the Ideaschema platform are encouraged by recent events and opportunities to share how our work has evolved over all this time.
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This ride is wild — and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. Come spend some time with us.
The forest is full of beautiful food; and we’d love to get to know you better. <3