Ubiquity: The Week's Link

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • If You Want to Get Better at Something, Ask Yourself These Two Questions buff.ly/2qDUPJY

  • Wallace & Gromit producers hand stake in business to staff buff.ly/2DxvQk5

  • Value Soars for Leonardo da Vinci Drawing After ‘Salvator Mundi’ buff.ly/2RRtnUK

  • The Secret Tools Magicians Use to Fool You buff.ly/2QCex3U)

  • What the Boston School Bus Schedule Can Teach Us About AI buff.ly/2QBefdH)

  • How Podcasts Became A Seductive — And Sometimes Slippery — Mode Of Storytelling buff.ly/2qHHsZd

  • The Ubiquity of Smartphones, as Captured by Photographers buff.ly/2K392c9

  • The business value of design buff.ly/2qFNRUB

  • Digital strategy: The four fights you have to win buff.ly/2qFPsKo

  • The Best Documentaries of 2018 buff.ly/2PjSXoq

  • The Curse of the Honeycrisp Apple buff.ly/2AZw5Si

  • TED Playlist: How passion becomes purpose buff.ly/2DA8kD5

  • The case for curiosity-driven research buff.ly/2RO7IfN

  • How I accidentally changed the way movies get made buff.ly/2RO7DbZ

  • The case for a decentralized internet buff.ly/2RPA9dy

  • How do you get from diversity to inclusion? Ask these 4 questions about your meetings buff.ly/2PiWjbn

  • Top US Intelligence Official Sue Gordon Wants Silicon Valley on Her Side buff.ly/2JUxbl0)

  • A New Robot Tracks Sick Bees Wearing Tiny Coded Backpacks buff.ly/2AZh03k)

  • The 31 best dance scenes in movies buff.ly/2JUwFDG

  • Jeff Koons found guilty of plagiarism over multi-million-pound sculpture  buff.ly/2JTAybZ

  • What Do Our Oldest Books Say About Us? buff.ly/2T1DQhE

  • Audience etiquette: what is acceptable behaviour in a theatre? buff.ly/2qEacSs

  • On life support: Record number of pay-TV watchers cut the cord buff.ly/2zDwpUM

  • Steppenwolf Launches New Resource: List Of New And Lesser-Known Plays That Require Diverse Casts buff.ly/2PlA1pq

  • The 600-year-old history of the resume and its uncertain future buff.ly/2zJrNwn

  • These Are the Most Exciting New Flight Routes Coming in 2019 buff.ly/2qF83Gi

  • Sundar Pichai of Google: ‘Technology Doesn’t Solve Humanity’s Problems’ buff.ly/2PkPh5X

  • 10 Impressive Questions to Ask in a Job Interview buff.ly/2zLdnMi

  • Artificial Intelligence Hits the Barrier of Meaning: Machine learning algorithms don’t yet understand things the way humans do — with sometimes disastrous consequences. buff.ly/2AWGlLi

  • The Quartz guide to artificial intelligence: What is it, why is it important, and should we be afraid? buff.ly/2QBpSS9

  • AI Taught Itself How to Be the Best Chess Player in the World—So, Uh, What’s Next? buff.ly/2AW3xZR

  • An illustrated tribute to Stan Lee and his career buff.ly/2zZFE27

  • Protect Your Privacy Online With These Data-Guarding Browser Extensions buff.ly/2q3XyeS

  • 6 Immersive Things: Shepard Fairey’s AR app, an AI scripted short, VR horror and more… buff.ly/2zFdjha

  • How to Get Over Burnout When You Can’t Take Time Off buff.ly/2zG2UBJ

  • Life as a Bug Bounty Hunter: A Struggle Every Day, Just to Get Paid buff.ly/2zGGv7C

  • Jessica Hische: Tomorrow I’ll Be Brave buff.ly/2SXvrvv

  • Be Nice, but Be Difficult: Finding a Balance as a Creative Person Being difficult is a learned skill we should nurture buff.ly/2zBQHy6

  • AIGA Keynote: Designing the Future of Museums buff.ly/2QBZNlW

  • New Satellites Will Use Radio Waves to Spy on Ships and Planes buff.ly/2SUUdMN)

  • Does giving donors stuff actually raise more money? buff.ly/2SYiDoW

  • The Problem With Being Perfect buff.ly/2ASBA55

  • As the Asteroid Turns: NASA Probe Snaps Video of Spinning Bennu buff.ly/2T0Wy9b

  • Merely desiring to alter your personality is not enough, and may backfire unless you take concrete action to change buff.ly/2Oxz4oD

  • Why do we feel so busy? It’s all our hidden ‘shadow work’ | Oliver Burkeman buff.ly/2SYhayW

  • Persistence vs. consistent buff.ly/2PimaAc

  • On Physician Burnout and the Plight of the Modern Knowledge Worker buff.ly/2Fb4OQR

  • 9 Out of 10 People Are Willing to Earn Less Money to Do More-Meaningful Work buff.ly/2SWEXiz

  • Meet The Scientists Connecting Lab-Grown "Mini Brains" to Robots buff.ly/2Pijvq3

  • Introduction to Design Futures: Learn more about how the context for the practice of design has changed and what these changes mean for the future of professional work and education. buff.ly/2zDgGW1

  • The truth about advertising's long-hours culture buff.ly/2SQClTr

  • Do Creative Ideas Work Better than Data-Driven Ones? buff.ly/2JSdfzy

  • To Give a Great Presentation, Distill Your Message to Just 15 Words buff.ly/2SZmiCy

  • How YouTube’s Algorithm Really Works buff.ly/2Pi8LrS

  • 3 Ways to Fight Impostor Syndrome buff.ly/2QrQXqx

  • Your native language affects what you can and can’t see buff.ly/2zClxqk

  • The Terrifying Science Behind California’s Massive Camp Fire buff.ly/2JUWN1t

  • The secret history of Ctrl+Alt+Del buff.ly/2OxeKDC

  • Six tips for working in an all-distributed team buff.ly/2DuiWTW

  • Why Do All Websites Look the Same? buff.ly/2zE5w3h

  • How LEGO Run Design Sprints at Scale buff.ly/2zFexJ8

  • Martin Scorsese on Framing - “When it all comes together ... you become the film you’re making.” buff.ly/2qzVbBd

  • Jason Fried — How to Live Life on Your Own Terms buff.ly/2mBZ3Qj

  • They Hacked Their School District When They Were 12. The Adults Are Still Trying to Catch Up. buff.ly/2PgQLhB

  • Even More Covers buff.ly/2SwSxZJ

  • 157 Animated Minimalist Mid-Century Book Covers buff.ly/2P8FsrD

  • How to Check If Your Facebook Account Got Hacked—and How Badly buff.ly/2yyyxg3

  • Has Artificial Intelligence Brought Us the Next Great Art Movement? Here Are 9 Artists Who Are Exploring AI’s Creative Potential buff.ly/2SNQil3

  • Making Talk TV for a Post-TV Generation buff.ly/2zAy4e1

  • Damaged in Venice’s Historic Flooding Last Week, Two Miró Tapestries Were Restored in Record Time for an Exhibition buff.ly/2zw5CcY

  • What’s the Most Influential Book of the Past 20 Years? buff.ly/2zBuvEf

  • Capturing the Minimum Viable Data – IDEO Stories buff.ly/2zCPsin

  • Harvard scientists suggest 'Oumuamua is an alien device buff.ly/2SSB12u

  • In the Age of A.I., Is Seeing Still Believing? buff.ly/2AQu2Qu

  • Times critics reflect on how the Great Recession affected theater, music and the arts - Los Angeles Times buff.ly/2qylHLa

  • Writing is a product designer’s real “unicorn” skill. buff.ly/2JLcsQP

Antonio Ortiz

Antonio Ortiz has always been an autodidact with an eclectic array of interests. Fascinated with technology, advertising and culture he has forged a career that combines them all. In 1991 Antonio developed one of the very first websites to market the arts. It was text based, only available to computer scientists, and increased attendance to the Rutgers Arts Center where he had truly begun his professional career. Since then Antonio has been an early adopter and innovator merging technology and marketing with his passion for art, culture and entertainment. For a more in-depth look at those passions, visit SmarterCreativity.com.

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Figurative: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • Harvard scientists suggest 'Oumuamua is an alien device buff.ly/2SSB12u

  • In the Age of A.I., Is Seeing Still Believing? buff.ly/2AQu2Qu

  • Times critics reflect on how the Great Recession affected theater, music and the arts - Los Angeles Times buff.ly/2qylHLa

  • Writing is a product designer’s real “unicorn” skill. buff.ly/2JLcsQP

  • Q&A: Publicis Groupe creative chief Nick Law on leadership, Marcel and the future of advertising buff.ly/2SVeLER

  • Inside the booming business of background music buff.ly/2zFyBeP

  • The Problem With Being Perfect buff.ly/2zsGLqK

  • “We Need an FDA For Algorithms:UK mathematician Hannah Fry on the promise and danger of an AI world.” buff.ly/2DqDug0

  • The 8 best science images, videos, and visualizations of the year buff.ly/2Pg4MMc

  • The quirky ways AI researchers gather data to feed their algorithms buff.ly/2JJFj81

  • World's 'oldest figurative painting' discovered in Borneo cave buff.ly/2PN1VKf

  • Using Experiments to Launch New Products buff.ly/2QvGytS

  • Feeling Your Way to Breakthrough Creative Work buff.ly/2PeKfI9

  • 5 damaging habits designers need to break buff.ly/2D8Woal

  • It’s dangerous to think virtual reality is an empathy machine – Erick Ramirez | Aeon Ideas buff.ly/2Sn74XL

  • The Sensory Connection Between Art & Science with Ani Liu buff.ly/2PhvS5X

  • TC Sessions: AR/VR surveys an industry in transition buff.ly/2yZJk30

  • The 25 greatest foreign-language films buff.ly/2SO4z0S

  • Why we should all consider taking a midlife gap year buff.ly/2PxK8Xv

  • The ISS Has a Supercomputer! Never Mind the Fried Disks buff.ly/2SKEuA5)

  • A Huge Achievement in Math Shows the Limits of Symmetries buff.ly/2ztdU5p)

  • This Is Not What You Expect To See Happening Outside Of Your High-Rise Office Window buff.ly/2SLUcKY

  • Th*nks for asterisks: the maligned punctuation enjoying Twitter revival buff.ly/2JH7Zyq

  • In France, a Giant Spider and a Minotaur Roam, and Sleep buff.ly/2AOw9o2

  • Hovermap drones dive underground to autonomously map mines and tunnels buff.ly/2D5amKb

  • The future of Information Architecture – UX Collective buff.ly/2zebXcU

  • The Psychology of Social Sharing—What Makes People Engage with Your Social Media Content? buff.ly/2zwSuoj

  • Kim Høltermand: From Police Fingerprint Examiner to Professional Photographer buff.ly/2NYPVQU

  • This Is What Democracy Looked Like: A brief history of the printed ballot. buff.ly/2zyObZx

  • The New Rules of Communicating in a Virtual World buff.ly/2z6kcYw

  • Weighing the Risk: What’s the Cost of Not Making a Life-Changing Career Choice? buff.ly/2SFJohE

  • You have no idea where camels really come from buff.ly/2SFx9l4

  • What's the future of food? buff.ly/2SKIxwc

  • The quick, practical guide to picking colors for your designs buff.ly/2pZQNLH

  • How I Exploited My Own Social Media Data – Towards Data Science buff.ly/2Dan8ru

  • A Fact-Checker’s Notes on The Lifespan of a Fact buff.ly/2znY2kN

  • Andy Warhol Inc.: How He Made Business His Art buff.ly/2F28ogk

  • A Cunning Husband-and-Wife Duo Sold Hundreds of Forged Artworks in Finland. Now, They Are Headed to Prison | artnet News buff.ly/2zr9VGI

  • This Neurosensor Could Predict Hit TV Shows with Uncanny Accuracy buff.ly/2SKi01P

  • Prosthetic leg for amputees designed by Jae-Hyun An to encourage new genre of ballet buff.ly/2SI5Erd

  • Artists drive social change? How do you measure it? Here's a new tool from Americans for the Arts. buff.ly/2EZFjly

  • 5 basic skills of power, and how you can learn to use them buff.ly/2SHhTUV

  • Why we should all consider taking a midlife gap year buff.ly/2PxK8Xv

  • How can you uncover your best self? Start by judging other people — really buff.ly/2Sx8AXt

  • How do artists make a living? An ongoing, almost impossible quest buff.ly/2Mktfu9

  • The banana is dying. The race is on to reinvent it before it's too late buff.ly/2zpuNho

  • Garbage: "20 Years a Creator: The Influence of Technology in the Creative Process" | Talks at Google buff.ly/2znZfZt

  • Will Mindful Technology Save Us From Our Phones—and Ourselves? buff.ly/2OLxzrX

  • Elon Musk: The Recode interview buff.ly/2Pz1wLn

  • Acting like an extravert has benefits, but not for introverts – Christian Jarrett | Aeon Ideas buff.ly/2JHN9iF

  • Novelist Haruki Murakami has good advice on what you can do when life looks dark buff.ly/2DkMKlS

  • At Marvel HQ in NYC, we peek behind the cape at the brand’s approach to digital buff.ly/2qye9IF

  • Are interactive, digital posters set to overtake the printed poster? buff.ly/2FcGzCb

  • Designing people’s Instagram Stories is now a million-dollar business buff.ly/2AI57hZ

  • The 3 Psychological Reasons We Cling to Conventional Wisdom (and How to Break Free) buff.ly/2NjvSw3

  • DNA of a Designer: The traits of strategic designers and how they vary buff.ly/2Pz7uMm

  • The 100 greatest foreign-language films buff.ly/2EZSJhp

  • Here's What Happens to Your Body After Daylight Saving Time buff.ly/2D0d4R2

  • How Quantum Mechanics Lets Us See, Smell and Touch buff.ly/2zhqhl4

  • Should a self-driving car kill the baby or the grandma? Depends on where you’re from. buff.ly/2DfZo5n

  • A freak 1870s climate event killed millions – and could happen again buff.ly/2F6qA8i

  • In Norway, a Robot Will Soon be Delivering People's Mail buff.ly/2qrsQx7

  • This Tiny Drone Uses Friction to Pull More Than Its Own Weight buff.ly/2SBdEua

  • What's the best advice you've ever received? 10 designers share tips on surviving, thriving, and knowing when to shut up. buff.ly/2EQV2n6

  • Want to Innovate? Science Says, “Be A Nonconformist!” buff.ly/2SCQBiD

  • The World’s Scariest Fonts buff.ly/2JrKM34

  • 4 Ways to Pressure-Test Strategic Decisions, Inspired by the U.S. Military buff.ly/2SzsLE7

  • The Hunt for the Watch Thieves of Southern California: The true story of a ring of thieves who stole millions of dollars' worth of luxury watches—and the special agent who brought them down. buff.ly/2Dfbv2H

  • The Surprising Power of The Long Game buff.ly/2CMrm7L

  • Use meaningful words to explain clear, precise goals buff.ly/2Dd1X8a

  • Fifty Years of BASIC, the Programming Language That Made Computers Personal buff.ly/1k8ndHi

  • Screenwriters get a bad deal, that’s why I’m producing my own show buff.ly/2Swu0nO

  • Behind the wheel: Montana Rep's experiment in car theater buff.ly/2zgxEtb

Antonio Ortiz

Antonio Ortiz has always been an autodidact with an eclectic array of interests. Fascinated with technology, advertising and culture he has forged a career that combines them all. In 1991 Antonio developed one of the very first websites to market the arts. It was text based, only available to computer scientists, and increased attendance to the Rutgers Arts Center where he had truly begun his professional career. Since then Antonio has been an early adopter and innovator merging technology and marketing with his passion for art, culture and entertainment. For a more in-depth look at those passions, visit SmarterCreativity.com.

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BASIC: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • What's the best advice you've ever received? 10 designers share tips on surviving, thriving, and knowing when to shut up. buff.ly/2EQV2n6

  • Want to Innovate? Science Says, “Be A Nonconformist!” buff.ly/2SCQBiD

  • The World’s Scariest Fonts buff.ly/2JrKM34

  • 4 Ways to Pressure-Test Strategic Decisions, Inspired by the U.S. Military buff.ly/2SzsLE7

  • The Hunt for the Watch Thieves of Southern California: The true story of a ring of thieves who stole millions of dollars' worth of luxury watches—and the special agent who brought them down. buff.ly/2Dfbv2H

  • The Surprising Power of The Long Game buff.ly/2CMrm7L

  • Use meaningful words to explain clear, precise goals buff.ly/2Dd1X8a

  • Fifty Years of BASIC, the Programming Language That Made Computers Personal buff.ly/1k8ndHi

  • Screenwriters get a bad deal, that’s why I’m producing my own show buff.ly/2Swu0nO

  • Behind the wheel: Montana Rep's experiment in car theater buff.ly/2zgxEtb

  • New Theory of Intelligence May Disrupt AI and Neuroscience buff.ly/2OZD4n3

  • A Huge Achievement in Math Shows the Limits of Symmetries buff.ly/2SwymLp

  • Plane Panic: A Medical Emergency at 35,000 Feet | DiscoverMagazine.com buff.ly/2AzVMc3

  • Ideo breaks its silence on design thinking’s critics buff.ly/2COJUo0

  • These UX Designers are Rethinking the Voter Ballot  buff.ly/2xdMzmQ

  • Why we need to get past imposter syndrome to become mentors buff.ly/2SrEAfA

  • What Is Good Design? - DESK Magazine buff.ly/2qhcRkZ

  • Continuing Animation’s Legacy | Communication Arts buff.ly/2JpHPQw

  • The Pleasure and Pain of Speed - buff.ly/2DbViuW

  • The Average User Checks Email 5.6 Hours Per Weekday. This Is Not Good. buff.ly/2SrK6ie

  • Say Hello to Stratolaunch, The Largest Airplane Ever Created buff.ly/2DbfRrF)

  • How to Keep Working When You’re Just Not Feeling It buff.ly/2zdlXmX

  • Systemizing Color for Change – Tyler Miller buff.ly/2z6smjB

  • New schemes teach the masses to build AI buff.ly/2ERjh4q

  • The US pushes to build unhackable quantum networks buff.ly/2Ss8r7N

  • What happened when I tried the U.S. Army’s tactic to fall asleep in two minutes buff.ly/2Daw0NP

  • Police arrest man after attempted theft of Magna Carta at Salisbury Cathedral buff.ly/2Ssom5P

  • The Underestimated Cerebellum Gains New Respect From Brain Scientists buff.ly/2Sr8Bwg

  • In Japan, the Kit Kat Isn’t Just a Chocolate. It’s an Obsession. buff.ly/2OMZtnp

  • Memory FAQ: Answers to the common questions that baffle us all buff.ly/2CKcaIo

  • Memory special: What happens to your memories while you sleep? buff.ly/2OVdDTj

  • Memory special: Can you supercharge your memory? buff.ly/2OZcRVt

  • Meet the Carousing Texan Who Just Won a Nobel Prize buff.ly/2D9WjnE)

  • Elizabeth Streb: My quest to defy gravity and fly buff.ly/2Da7gWj

  • 5 steps to help you figure out your passion buff.ly/2ShDBOV

  • 8 TED Talks to watch when you need to feel awe about the world again buff.ly/2D7mCdX

  • Atari Asteroids: Creating a Vector Arcade Classic buff.ly/2PYtWLJ

  • This McKinsey study of 300 companies reveals what every business needs to know about design for 2019 buff.ly/2ENoRoi

  • How to Kick Your Bad Habits (And Why That's More Important Than You Think) buff.ly/2D8FAki

  • The Library of Congress Lets You Stream Hundreds of Free Films buff.ly/2NZtlaZ

  • Fifty Years of BASIC, the Programming Language That Made Computers Personal buff.ly/1k8ndHi

  • How constraints lead to creativity: making music for Super Nintendo games buff.ly/2nKZUyI

  • An Attempted Murder at a Research Station Shows How Crimes Are Prosecuted in Antarctica buff.ly/2Av859D

  • How Apple and the Ford Foundation go beyond metrics in quantifying their impact buff.ly/2z5PgYo

  • How to Make Sure You’re Not Using Data Just to Justify Decisions You’ve Already Made buff.ly/2AuhMVN

  • True 'innovation' generates ideas, not wealth buff.ly/2zffMPp

  • The Power of Shutting Up and Sitting in Silence buff.ly/2ShgELM

  • Can You Quantify Awe? Researchers attempt to capture the full richness of the awe experience buff.ly/2O0Y6w9

  • How Instagram Saved Poetry buff.ly/2Sk9man

  • 7 Writers on How Their Go-to Fonts Make Them Feel buff.ly/2O7IyXx

  • Social media is a symptom, not a tactic buff.ly/2SjQk3C

  • “The infamous “trolley problem” was put to millions of people in a global study, revealing how much ethics diverge across cultures.” buff.ly/2z4dO3V

  • Debbie Millman on the power of courage over confidence, embracing criticism and overcoming fear buff.ly/2ShSZuD

  • Bionic Hands and Transparent Salaries: 5 (Well-Educated) Predictions on the Future of Creative Work buff.ly/2Sh98AF

  • Apple’s Radical Approach to News: Humans Over Machines buff.ly/2D3aM4r

  • A Lump Was Placed on 'the World's Most-Touched Breasts' to See If Anyone Would Notice buff.ly/2AsqhQR

  • “The Final Act Sunsetting a Nonprofit Arts Organization” buff.ly/2qatyhS

  • Why Is It That Some People Just Can't Dance? buff.ly/2Sg1kiD

  • The Untold Story of NotPetya, the Most Devastating Cyberattack in History buff.ly/2CCXgU4)

  • Erica Eisen: The Oldest Printed Book in the World buff.ly/2D1DuD1

  • NYC Allocates $198.4M for Largest Ever Cultural Budget buff.ly/2Sjp71l

  • Your Data Literacy Depends on Understanding the Types of Data and How They’re Captured buff.ly/2z0olgC

  • 10 Secrets of User Experience Designers buff.ly/2RbF0W1

  • Google privacy update tries to make it easier to wipe web history buff.ly/2RdMIiC

  • When Is a Martini No Longer a Martini? buff.ly/2yYJfwO

  • Found: A Photo of the Man Who Fired Van Gogh and Changed Art History buff.ly/2Sfy1g0

  • Remember Bookmarks? buff.ly/2Sh246Z

  • An Oral History of Apple's Infinite Loop buff.ly/2SdmCxu)

  • Guadalupe Rosales used Instagram to create an archive of Chicano youth of the '90s — now it's an art installation - Los Angeles Times buff.ly/2PNa1PP

  • Broadway League Report Finds Audience Getting Younger, With More Kids And Teens Attending Shows buff.ly/2q5xNv0

  • The Life of the Writer/Musician buff.ly/2D1Eree

  • Siri: What will advertising on voice look/sound like? buff.ly/2CDUiP8

  • The Evolution of Website Web Design Trends from the 90s to Now buff.ly/2z26wxE

  • U.S. Embassy in London environmental graphics | Communication Arts buff.ly/2D1uDRQ

  • In pictures: World's longest sea bridge buff.ly/2OCrKNg

  • Calculating art: Artistic success takes a mysterious mix of talent, luck and timing. But could algorithms now predict and produce the hits? buff.ly/2z75NLZ

  • Inside the windowless bunker where Disney stores its 'secret weapon' buff.ly/2RasrdA

  • Thousands Of Swedes Are Inserting Microchips Under Their Skin buff.ly/2ODQTHw

  • Nasa photographs rectangular iceberg buff.ly/2R3tD2q

  • The 50 Most Daring Entrepreneurs in 2018 buff.ly/2SasyXS

Antonio Ortiz

Antonio Ortiz has always been an autodidact with an eclectic array of interests. Fascinated with technology, advertising and culture he has forged a career that combines them all. In 1991 Antonio developed one of the very first websites to market the arts. It was text based, only available to computer scientists, and increased attendance to the Rutgers Arts Center where he had truly begun his professional career. Since then Antonio has been an early adopter and innovator merging technology and marketing with his passion for art, culture and entertainment. For a more in-depth look at those passions, visit SmarterCreativity.com.

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Dichotomies: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • Calculating art: Artistic success takes a mysterious mix of talent, luck and timing. But could algorithms now predict and produce the hits? buff.ly/2z75NLZ

  • Inside the windowless bunker where Disney stores its 'secret weapon' buff.ly/2RasrdA

  • Thousands Of Swedes Are Inserting Microchips Under Their Skin buff.ly/2ODQTHw

  • Nasa photographs rectangular iceberg buff.ly/2R3tD2q

  • The 50 Most Daring Entrepreneurs in 2018 buff.ly/2SasyXS

  • Digital immortality: How your life’s data means a version of you could live forever buff.ly/2ScpnPw

  • Lessons learned: Seven ways news outlets can rebuild trust and sustainability buff.ly/2OJR6sz

  • What happens when Facebook goes down? People read the news - Chartbeat Blog buff.ly/2EvYKCl

  • Younger generations are actually better at telling news from opinion than those over age 50 buff.ly/2Aq9AWr

  • A 6-Part Tool for Ranking and Assessing Risks buff.ly/2Ap3HZx

  • One Reason Mergers Fail: The Two Cultures Aren’t Compatible buff.ly/2AoKXcP

  • How Netflix Expanded to 190 Countries in 7 Years buff.ly/2CxJeTI

  • The “Big Three” (And Free) Ways To Boost Your Creativity: Todd Sampson buff.ly/2D1Vpt9

  • Michael Bloomberg Thinks Midsize Arts Nonprofits Can Change American Cities, and He's Spending Over $100 Million to Prove It buff.ly/2PVNCjx

  • 4 types of research methods all designers should know buff.ly/2PQEgFF

  • (Re)building use cases for language technology in the newsroom buff.ly/2AoLZoQ

  • Six Cyber Threats to Really Worry About in 2018 – MIT Technology Review – Medium buff.ly/2PzrAmR

  • “We Had Gone Back 20 Years.” The Heads of Puerto Rico’s Largest Media Company on Life After Hurricane Maria buff.ly/2CBDA2T

  • Which Data Skills Do You Actually Need? This 2×2 Matrix Will Tell You. buff.ly/2NOBpuZ

  • Illusion of the Year: Top 10 finalists in the 2018 Contest buff.ly/2OLE3Hr

  • An Alternative History of Silicon Valley Disruption buff.ly/2yVVWbz

  • Establishing an AI code of ethics will be harder than people think buff.ly/2yVCFqS

  • Did I Make a Mistake Selling My Social-Media Darling to Yahoo? buff.ly/2PKNsLK

  • Two Hundred Fifty Things an Architect Should Know buff.ly/2CxHw4I

  • Fold N Fly ✈ A database of paper airplanes with easy to follow folding instructions. buff.ly/2R9nT7s

  • How to redesign a 175-year-old newspaper – The Economist buff.ly/2CWHFjr

  • The Two Types of Knowledge (or How to Be Smart) buff.ly/2RYEo7v

  • When you need to take an intellectual snack break buff.ly/2yTs7IA

  • Why we have an emotional connection to robots buff.ly/2yTrJK8

  • Why Kodak Died and Fujifilm Thrived: A Tale of Two Film Companies buff.ly/2NOlRHF

  • It’s Time to Become a Time Realist buff.ly/2zXSRt6

  • 3 ways that tech helps me handle my anxiety and depression buff.ly/2EpJ4R9

  • When Pop-Up Books Taught Popular Science buff.ly/2CuqEMc

  • Italy’s Oldest Instrument Hints at Sounds of Prehistoric Rome buff.ly/2OBpxl9

  • The 10 Best Books on Productivity, According to People Who Get Things Done buff.ly/2NQfxiT

  • Why Doesn’t Ancient Fiction Talk About Feelings? buff.ly/2q1Zntd

  • The Enduring Appeal of Oscar the Grouch buff.ly/2S39AT9

  • How quantum physics can make encryption stronger buff.ly/2CVn0Mv

  • Why I study the most dangerous animal on earth -- mosquitoes buff.ly/2Curbhp

  • 8 TED Talks on what you need to know about medicine buff.ly/2CV87tO

  • The Best Colors Named After People buff.ly/2ysMsEk

  • How Can We Make Design Better for the Color-Blind? buff.ly/2pUs9vM

  • Celebrity designers, context collapse, and rethinking how I teach design history buff.ly/2QYcPd5

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Antonio Ortiz

Antonio Ortiz has always been an autodidact with an eclectic array of interests. Fascinated with technology, advertising and culture he has forged a career that combines them all. In 1991 Antonio developed one of the very first websites to market the arts. It was text based, only available to computer scientists, and increased attendance to the Rutgers Arts Center where he had truly begun his professional career. Since then Antonio has been an early adopter and innovator merging technology and marketing with his passion for art, culture and entertainment. For a more in-depth look at those passions, visit SmarterCreativity.com.

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