Curiosity is what makes us the perfect proportions of daydreamers, scientists and workaholics. It’s the driving force behind everything we do; it’s what gets us out of bed in the morning and it’s what keeps us up at night. Without curiosity, we’re just another advertising agency. So have a seat, stand up, lie down on the floor, and start experimenting. There’s always a better way, and we’re going to find it together.
What's in a name? Everything.
As an avid (and somewhat recent) fan of author Bill Bryson, I received a notification in my Facebook Feed the other day from his author page on an interview from The Telegraph. In it, he declares one of the biggest failures of modern education is a lack of excitement.Read More →
Have you ever received one of those ridiculously blatant scam emails? You know the type. One of Curiosity’s principals received a message a few months back claiming that he’d won “Six Hunderd Million Dollars” from the European lottery and forwarded the embarrassing scam to the entire company for a good laugh.Read More →