Kindest Cut Pinching cuttings and ideas is a smart move, says gardening writer Leo Schofield. It’d be criminal not to!
I am not a thief. Burglary, shoplifting, pickpocketing and dodgy share dealing hold no interest for me. However, I will happily admit to nicking two things: plant cuttings and ideas. For as long as mankind has existed, people have stolen ideas from their predecessors. Every creative artist influences those who come after them. A capacity for imitation, that sincerest form of flattery, is ingrained in all of us – without [Italian architect Andrea] Palladio there’d have been no neo-Palladian buildings in England, the US, or anywhere else for matter.
Call it influence, call it inspiration, call it homage or borrowing – whatever you call it, it’s basically nicking someone else’s idea, which is no crime. When i worked in advertising, a colleague used to say,”A good idea doesn’t give a damn who had it.” Another advised
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