Peter Gluck, who frequently wrote article about problem solving and phylosophy of the technology, have published an article for FQXi challenge
A pragmatic strategy for catalyzing self-sustained progress by Peter Gluck
The infinite interestingness of the world is actually limitless opportunity to make it a much better place for Humanity. Basic know-how elements are presented: realistic thinking and a complex, effective strategy based on original problem solving rules for achieving this (r)evolutionary task in the near future
Peter Gluck, PhD in chemical engineering, is a retired technologist who has worked many tens of thousands of hours with matter (chemical industries), energy (new sources of energy) and information (web search). He communicates with the world via the blog EGO OUT.
His essay is mixing positive philosophy with technologist vision
Then, in 2004 a great scientist has formulated the idea of interestingness in a bright way: "I propose that our universe is the most interesting of all possible universes, and our fate as human beings is to make it so."  By a friendly discussion on the Internet with Freeman Dyson, we could state that we have discovered this idea independently, I have used secular thinking while he has used his religious vision of the world.
Homo faber is the king of perfectibility and his game is technology. In 1986 I have created the so called Prum‟s Laws of technology:
- Everything is perfectible.
- If something is not improved, it decays
You can rate his essay for the contest...
NB: He present it on his latest blog article