Firstly, I've been enjoying participating in Chrissi Nerantzi's #creative mini-mooc (she doesn't like me using mooc to describe it but as far as I can tell it is one). I have kept a blog and it records some of what I have learnt but perhaps the most important thing the experience has taught me is how to create an online open learning course like this using web 2.0 technologies like P2PU and Google+. I am now not only familiar with these technologies but also confident enough to try something similar. So I can very definitely do something that I could not do a few weeks ago and I have just launched my first google+ site to support collaborative production of the next issue of Lifewide Magazine. Our Creative Life I documented how this came about in a Linkedin post and connected it to the idea that we need to recognise and talk about our own creativity if we want a more creative society. It seemed to come about as I connected my need and desire to produce Lifewide magazine with my new knowledge of googel+ as a platform for social enterprise and the idea of crowdsourcing the stories for the magazine.