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Brainstorm generally refers to brainstorming, a group or individual creativity exercise.

The term originally referred to a state of temporary insanity, gaining prominence when it was used in the defense of Harry Kendall Thaw against charges that he murdered prominent architect Stanford White (1907–1908).

Brainstorm may also refer to:



Fictional characters[edit]


See also[edit]

  • Brainstorms, a 1981 book by Daniel Dennett
  • "Brianstorm", a 2007 single by the Arctic Monkeys; a play on the name Brian
  • Professor Branestawm, a fictional professor serialized in the novels of Norman Hunter
  • BRAINSTEAM, a Backronym which can be used in Brainstorming sessions