>In 1975 Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt printed a series of cards designed to help musicians break creative blocks by encouraging lateral thinking. Whenever they got stuck, they'd deal a random card.
>I believe that programming is a similarly artistic and creative endeavour, and this file contains a list of oblique strategies that I've experimented with.
>— Rob Blackwell, June 2014
This process usually converges: If you're stuck, finish some remaining piece. Then go back and check to see what new possibilities opened up. Repeat.