Defining criteria to evaluate ideas can be difficult. Best bet is to rely on the goals of the overall project, or goals for your team, and apply them. If you’ve chosen the right things to brainstorm about, there should be a decision you are facing or problem you need to solve that you hoped brainstorming would help you to understand. If the brainstorming session didn’t provide anything useful, it could be you need to refine the question or problem, and try again, or that brainstorming is the wrong forum for it. It might be better to ask people to work on the problem on their own (which might be difficult if they have other responsibilities that you aren’t willing or capable of eliminating) or consider brainstorming with a smaller more intimate group. With just 3 or 4 people you can run faster, change directions more easily and go deeper into problems that you can with 8 or 10.
There is a girl named Kira. She has broken leg and is an Orphan. She was remembering her mother who died 4 years ago. His father died when she was a child but she was not sure. People say that her father was eaten by a beast. She was poor and homeless and called by council of guardians. She was assigned to repair the rope of gathering day because she was the only one in the whole village to do it. She meets Thomas with her best friend Mat and branchi (his dog). Matt got trashed by her mother and know want to find blue for Kira. Two days past and there was no sign of Matt and at the day of gathering he returned with blue and his father. His father wanted Kira should leave the village and go with him but Kira decided to work for council of guardians with her friend Thomas, Matt and Jo.
This is the right half of a photo of many of the news staff sometime in the 1970s. The left half of the photo is on the previous page. Although the list of names follows, you can hold your cursor over each person for his or her ID .
Front row, seated: Chuck Hemrick, Photographer; B. J. Caldwell, News Secretary; David Little, Photographer; Andrew Schorr, Reporter.
At desk, from left: Doug Mayes, Anchorman; Jim Thacker, Sports Director.
Standing, clockwise from left: Mike McKay, Weatherman; John Wilson, Anchorman; C. J. Underwood, Carolina Camera Reporter; Mike Cozza, Reporter; Rich Mortenson, Assignment Editor; Bob Taylor, Sports Reporter; Unidentified intern; Terry Lorch, Photographer; Tina Young, News Assistant; Gail Harris, Reporter.