Rewarding Creativity

Caine's Arcade

Have you heard of Caine’s Arcade? If you haven’t, you can be forgiven. But if you don’t go read about it right now, and dedicate ten minutes to watching the short film about it, then you are less likely to be forgiven.

My most immediate thought was, this is one heck of a father. Rather than getting on to his son for the “mess” he’s made of his business, he’s been tolerant, patient, and supportive.

And man, when you see the look on his face when he realizes what’s going on, you’ll see how creativity pays off. You  just can’t put a price on stuff like that.

We can all learn something and feel good watching a story like Caine’s Arcade. These sorts of stories are certainly one of a few redeeming things about the Internet, and perhaps even our species.

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