How do I start getting big things done?


Life Cycle of an IdeaIf you’re not sure how to get started, here’s a quick guide to the life cycle of an idea in Hieroglyph. 

login to view this text : Tell us about yourself! Your profile is a place to share information about your expertise, background and interests with other members of the Hieroglyph community. Be sure to upload a photo –  people are far less likely to strike up a conversation with a potentially nefarious Internet ghost.

Conversations: This is the heart of Project Hieroglyph.  is an open platform and we expect many of you will find your own ways of collaborating.

  • Have a big idea?We suggest the Big Ideas forum to get feedback, start conversations and build momentum around your idea.
  • Questionspace is where to ask those big burning questions and get people talking.
  • Inspiration is a place to share what inspires you in science and technology.

People: Are you a writer seeking a researcher in a specific field? Are you a researcher that wants to work with an author to develop a story? Find collaborators to help you research, write and realize your big idea.

GroupsNeed a place to work with your team? Form a private group and use a variety of tools to share resources, have conversations and turn your big idea into a compelling story and launch pad for research and discovery.

Blog: Want to keep your finger on the pulse of Project Hieroglyph? Follow the blog for news, updates and opinions from Hieroglyph editors and authors.

Projects: Project pages are where we present and variety of Hieroglyph related project updates, works-in-progress and finished products with the public. Check out the EVOKE project page to see what we’re talking about.

If you are working on a project that is inspired by discussions on this site, we want to know! Tell us about it here.

We hope you find this helpful, but you should also feel free to experiment. Hieroglyph is an open platform and we expect many of you will find your own ways of collaborating.