When you give a computer to an engineer or to a graphic designer - their powers increase dramatically. But when you give a computer to a "creative" - a conceptual thinker and problem-solver - she doesn't experience a similar boost in either productivity or output quality. She simply starts to type instead of writing and google instead of going to the library. Why is that? Can we imagine a "hybrid" human+machine creative process that would give us a radical creative boost, helping us get to better "a-ha!" moments faster?