May: The Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THE PAST MONTH:

  • 50 Must-Read Books with Gorgeous Writing owl.li/9jUe30kf5xg
  • Chinese fonts — Quartz Obsession owl.li/zUM630kdBlL
  • The Link Between Creativity and Emotional Intelligence owl.li/LrZG30kdBeB
  • A Scrappy Makeover for a Tweedy Literary Fixture - The New York Times owl.li/2lpD30kdBka
  • Mary Meeker’s 2018 internet trends report: All the slides, plus analysis owl.li/GjaG30kgc22
  • Did Anything Tech And Cool Happen At The Martha Graham Dance Company’s Google Residency? - The New York Times owl.li/Syro30kdBcB
  • What's Going On In Your Child's Brain When You Read Them A Story? owl.li/11l830kdBh7
  • How to Get the Most Out of a Day Off owl.li/uvtQ30kdBce
  • Climate Change Made Zombie Ants Even More Cunning | WIRED owl.li/JqBa30kf5zb
  • NYT Magazine’s Rita Dove on what poetry might grant unsuspecting news readers - Columbia Journalism Review owl.li/c8yh30kdBgb
  • 10 Things You Don't Know about Yourself - Scientific American owl.li/GwWT30kdBfA
  • The difference between intelligence and wisdom—and how to acquire both owl.li/DfBA30kdBaW
  • The friend effect: why the secret of health and happiness is surprisingly simple owl.li/D0NH30kdB8A
  • BBC - Culture - The 100 stories that shaped the world owl.li/T6Cl30kcRAY
  • What You Need to Know about René Magritte owl.li/UTBg30kdB6V
  • Weekend lie-ins could help you avoid an early death, study says owl.li/KZ7W30kcRAf
  • The Cities Where You Can Wander Through Old-Growth Forest - CityLab owl.li/Hn0E30kdB6q
  • The Pygmalion Effect is a powerful secret weapon. Without even realizing it, we can nudge others towards success. In this article, discover how expectations can influence performance for better or worse. owl.li/LmQz30kcQS7
  • 17 Refreshing Books to Read This Summer - The New York Times owl.li/SF8C30kdB4M
  • How Living Abroad Helps You Develop a Clearer Sense of Self owl.li/y8Ak30kdBbE
  • Can Reading Make You Happier? | The New Yorker owl.li/UXpa30kdB2Q
  • The State of AI in the creative industry: from Watson to WhatTheFont owl.li/Gw9j30kcQMk
  • Nine curious colours that shaped the history of art owl.li/sbtO30kcQHf
  • Stunning first image sent back by NASA’s planet-hunter satellite owl.li/7F7s30kcQFP
  • How to Battle Negative Thinking owl.li/SDGa30kcQxy
  • This Robotic Pollinator Is Like a Huge Bee With Wheels and an Arm | WIRED owl.li/LbBf30kcQCQ
  • Aerial View of Roads looking like Musical Instruments for BMW owl.li/Z6XC30kcQva
  • The beauty is in the details: A peek inside the amazing world of a miniature maker buff.ly/2p5cxow
  • Beauty in simplicity: The golden rules of minimalist photography owl.li/1FXT30kcQOf
  • 4 fascinating, underappreciated jobs that all great movies depend on buff.ly/2HiPQrS
  • Watch SpaceX Launch NASA's Next Earth-Observing Satellites owl.li/qV5F30kcQCp
  • Being Bored Is Fun and Good, Sorry – In Defense of the Worst Human Emotions owl.li/lpPj30kcQzV
  • Gallery: See this fascinating apparatus that turns natural forces — like electricity and magnetism — into artists buff.ly/2s9Wc3l
  • Pink pineapples and healthy fries: The new GM foods made for you | New Scientist owl.li/tdDx30kcLk3
  • What advice do you wish you’d gotten when you graduated from college? 25 TED speakers answer. buff.ly/2KHtPkH
  • Cultures, nations and religions are not rocks — they’re always changing buff.ly/2xcfHxV
  • The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Stations owl.li/pOui30kcLjF
  • Comics belong in the classroom buff.ly/2GSdtU0
  • How to turn a group of strangers into a team buff.ly/2IOHzxE
  • “Thrifty TED Talks” buff.ly/2kwZydv
  • Emily Levine: How I made friends with reality buff.ly/2GRNPim
  • Now playing: a movie you control with your mind buff.ly/2sbPfP9
  • Ingestible Sensors Electronically Monitor Your Guts buff.ly/2INBPAc
  • TED Talk: Joshua Foer: Feats of memory anyone can do | owl.li/anJT30kbOgV
  • 187 Things the Blockchain Is Supposed to Fix buff.ly/2IL8V7C
  • Making Great Advertising Is Really Simple. It’s Also Really Hard. – BBH buff.ly/2INIe2m
  • 10 Great Shows You Can Binge-Watch in a Single Weekend buff.ly/2saZqUZ
  • What to do on 15-, 30-, and 60-minute breaks to boost productivity buff.ly/2Gt9cWU
  • Public Speaking is Terrifying—6 Ways to Deliver Like a Pro buff.ly/2rm8Uf9
  • This summer’s most inspiring design books buff.ly/2J8NI6V
  • Microsoft is creating an oracle for catching biased AI algorithms buff.ly/2xc7nyb
  • The Tokyo Subway Has Many Amazing Secrets, And Other Facts buff.ly/2kpGzRI
  • 50% of people cheat at Monopoly, so Hasbro redesigned it for them buff.ly/2INGJBh
  • The evolution of typography with variable fonts – Jason Pamental buff.ly/2Iyhyyw
  • Grape Expectations: The Transformation of Wine Labels buff.ly/2kmeP0o
  • Are Avocados Toast? | WIRED owl.li/zoPi30kbJZO
  • Showtime's ‘Fourth Estate’ shows how the journalism sausage is made | Poynter owl.li/y7gc30kbFYM
  • Watch This Hilarious Bitcoin Explainer Generated by an AI buff.ly/2kpCLAe
  • Photo Updates From Kilauea: The Lava Meets the Sea buff.ly/2IHqrtw
  • Ira Glass's Commencement Speech at the Columbia Journalism School Graduation - This American Life owl.li/Q3id30kbJWW
  • Illustration in the App Store  Subtraction.comowl.li/qohS30kbKcW
  • Public Speaking is Terrifying—6 Ways to Deliver Like a Pro - 99U owl.li/WnCN30kbKbu
  • Eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano - The Boston Globe buff.ly/2KRkwyB
  • Netflix is now worth more than Disney and Comcast buff.ly/2s5rIAf
  • Welcome to GDPR: Here are the data privacy notices publishers are showing their Europe-based readers » Nieman Journalism Lab owl.li/Ugla30kbFWH
  • Researchers Close In On Birthdate of First Stars - D-brief buff.ly/2kmGK0j
  • Astronomers Find First Interstellar Immigrant An odd asteroid could have come from outside the solar system. buff.ly/2koTGCZ
  • What's Going On In Your Child's Brain When You Read Them A Story? buff.ly/2KSF9L5
  • Europe's New Data Protections Will Affect You Too. Here's How. buff.ly/2saADQ3
  • Are bots entitled to free speech? buff.ly/2IJsVDB
  • In a rare interview, Elena Ferrante describes the writing process behind the Neapolitan novels buff.ly/2x98y1v
  • Bill Gold, 97, Whose Posters Captured Movie Magic, Is Dead buff.ly/2IKIFdS
  • Is an Interstellar Asteroid Trapped Near Jupiter? Get the Facts. buff.ly/2s2YYr9
  • How to Fall Asleep Quickly and Wake Up Ready to Be Productive buff.ly/2IY2GN6
  • Are China's theme parks the answer to VR's money troubles? buff.ly/2ITLVTk
  • 'Star Wars' Puppeteer Talks About Life As Yoda's Literal Eyes And Ears buff.ly/2LqCgCj
  • What Are Screens Doing to Our Eyes—and Our Ability to See? buff.ly/2IWRYqn
  • ‘Crush Them’: An Oral History of the Lawsuit That Upended Silicon Valley buff.ly/2It0Lkl
  • How to be happy: Aristotle's 11 guidelines for a good life buff.ly/2kll6JS
  • Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Robots buff.ly/2J3SMtk
  • Vox’s new Netflix series is really good, but it doesn’t get us any closer to figuring out what news on streaming platforms looks like buff.ly/2s307jf
  • Wired Exclusive: Facebook Opens Up About False News buff.ly/2KQH8zw
  • Here’s who owns everything in the media today buff.ly/2ni25cu
  • Gmail’s New Nudge Feature Is a More Efficient Way to Feel Guilty About Your Inbox buff.ly/2GKdKbn
  • This is what millennials and boomers can learn from gen-X managers buff.ly/2khFlrP
  • Big-Box Bots, Blockchain’s Destiny, and More Visions of Tomorrow buff.ly/2KOJNJP
  • Batteries Still Suck, But Researchers Are Working on It buff.ly/2s1CeIX
  • The Best and Brightest Ideas from the 10th Annual Adobe 99U Conference buff.ly/2IFweij
  • We asked 10 kids to “draw a leader”–here’s what they did buff.ly/2kf6agd
  • How TV advertising is changing buff.ly/2GG9zO2
  • The 5 Most Anticipated Shows of the New Fall Season buff.ly/2GFOza1
  • Why designers should embrace being uncomfortable buff.ly/2s2mwfG
  • How To Spot A Trend Versus A Fad buff.ly/2kh5J5i
  • Instagram testing new ‘You’re all caught up’ feature to improve digital health buff.ly/2Iz6Zzb
  • Netflix officially reaches content deal with President Obama, beating out Apple buff.ly/2s0SNnu
  • How did Google get so big? buff.ly/2IPqgf9
  • How the Math Men Overthrew the Mad Men buff.ly/2rZmhmg
  • 5 Behaviors of Leaders Who Embrace Change buff.ly/2kaU2wK
  • The Next Time You Want to Complain at Work, Do This Instead buff.ly/2kg33ES
  • Why introverts might actually be better networkers buff.ly/2jXqFOz
  • Scientists Are Subverting Formal Publishing. Well, Some of Them buff.ly/2rTHSvI
  • The Physics—and Physicality—of Extreme Juggling buff.ly/2kfMjhb
  • This Insect-Sized Flying Robot Is Powered by Lasers buff.ly/2rYsk9V
  • How to Convey Dance to Those Without Sight? All Hands On buff.ly/2k8UifA
  • How the Choreography of Jerome Robbins Shaped Ballet and Broadway | Playbill buff.ly/2k8TFCK
  • A journalism innovation and entrepreneurship reading list buff.ly/2kcp1IZ
  • 4 Writers to Watch This Summer buff.ly/2k5quAK
  • Going to sleep isn’t always easy, even when you’re tired. Here are ways to combat insomnia. - The Lily buff.ly/2KEfdmf
  • 7 Books to Read if You’re a First-time Boss buff.ly/2rZLWL3
  • The T&C Hotel Awards: The Best New Hotels in the World buff.ly/2rZZ96i
  • ‘Crush Them’: An Oral History of the Lawsuit That Upended Silicon Valley. Twenty years ago, Microsoft tried to eliminate its competition in the race for the future of the internet. The government had other ideas. buff.ly/2It0Lkl
  • Beyond Accuracy: Precision and Recall – Towards Data Science buff.ly/2D1rIUv
  • 7 Reasons People Give Up on Their Goals Too Early – Nicolas Cole buff.ly/2jhuUUD
  • Inbox zero and the search for the perfect email client Does having thousands of unread messages drive you insane? You're not alone. buff.ly/2KWiiic
  • How your mind, under stress, gets better at processing bad news buff.ly/2IU4tTe
  • Want To Watch A Ballet With Sports-Style Commentary Coming Over Your Phone? Watch ‘Sleeping Beauty’ with a ballet expert in your ear buff.ly/2IR7RON
  • Mesmerizing Photos of Finland's Icebound Archipelago buff.ly/2IzgHgN
  • Lost, stolen, blown up and fed to pigs: the greatest missing masterpieces buff.ly/2ItmTqC
  • Why we owe it to ourselves to spend quiet time alone every day buff.ly/2wFhiw8
  • How to stand up to your inner critic buff.ly/2IssZLR
  • What the best education systems are doing right buff.ly/2GwgIAt
  • A newly drawn Tree of Life reminds us to question what we know buff.ly/2Iyi3LZ
  • How an Art Director at the New Yorker Unwinds buff.ly/2IxwErS
  • An Examination of the Color Black in Gorgeous Portraits by Yannis Davy Guibinga buff.ly/2ITKGDB
  • The Graduation Speech: Excellent Advice Not Just For Students buff.ly/2LegKjW
  • Which is stronger: Glue or tape? | The Kid Should See This buff.ly/2KDgrxX
  • Seth's Blog: Putting a value on a story buff.ly/2wSAJlf
  • Artist Spends Hours Recreating the Beauty of Nature With Millions of Hand-Drawn Dots buff.ly/2IpnTA1
  • What It Takes to Think Deeply About Complex Problems buff.ly/2Is1iPb
  • How to Give Humble Feedback buff.ly/2IxXJXK
  • Directory of tools and resources for illustrators buff.ly/2Grtct9
  •  The Best and Brightest Ideas from the 10th Annual Adobe 99U Conference buff.ly/2IFweij
  • Turning Hand-Painted Ads into Social Media Magnets buff.ly/2rNPOj4
  • Erik Spiekermann: No Free Pitches buff.ly/2FKoLcw
  • With RNA, Researchers Transfer Memories Between Sea Slugs - D-brief buff.ly/2Iuig3B
  • Imagine a city lit by glowing trees instead of streetlights buff.ly/2wNIetm
  • The internet’s problems haven’t changed in 22 years buff.ly/2IniXro
  • At What Age Does Our Ability to Learn a New Language Like a Native Speaker Disappear? buff.ly/2IngBwL
  • The Rise Of The Omnibots Chatbots are growing up. Welcome to the age of the omnibot, where brands become beings. buff.ly/2ImEowP
  • The Surprising History (and Future) of Fingerprints buff.ly/2wKJVrw
  • The user experience of choosing the simplest possible words buff.ly/2I4ahdh
  • From being bad to burping glitter: things we learned at The Adobe 99U Conference buff.ly/2rNLRtD
  • WSJ & National Geographic team up for biz travel magazine buff.ly/2ImWdb
  • The new AI-powered Google News app is now available on iOS buff.ly/2rHCJYy
  • Unreal Views of the Trippy Colors in Ethiopia's Danakil Desert buff.ly/2GoBmT7
  • The Physics of NASA's New Mars Helicopter buff.ly/2Gp72HY
  • Google’s File on Me Was Huge. Here’s Why It Wasn’t as Creepy as My Facebook Data. buff.ly/2IrrgTh
  • Computers crack the code of pop-song success: It helps to be 'happy' and 'female' buff.ly/2IJJQJr
  • This Is Ajit Pai, Nemesis of Net Neutrality buff.ly/2Kv2Vwt
  • Culture Decks A collection of culture decks, core values, mission statements, and more from real companies. In total, these companies employ over 280,000 people around the world. buff.ly/2I2h1IX
  • The Vehicle of the Future Has Two Wheels, Handlebars, and Is a Bike buff.ly/2Iknzmk
  • The Japanese Space Bots That Could Build ‘Moon Valley’ buff.ly/2Imeoli
  • Two Fascinating Things Salesforce Discovered When It Studied Color buff.ly/2JEBCzh
  • Net Neutrality: Here's Everything You Need To Know buff.ly/2rL8Sxk
  • Darpa's Next Challenge? A Grueling Underground Journey buff.ly/2rLKX0T
  • Why Stradivarius violins are worth millions buff.ly/2IL4Z6e
  • How Technology and Fresh Talent Are Mapping Out the Future for Agencies buff.ly/2Kop2Ve
  • What makes a great magazine editor? buff.ly/2IMa3Y9
  • What Artists Can Teach Us About Making Technology More Human buff.ly/2wFNyPD
  • Twitter Will Start Hiding Tweets That “Detract From the Conversation” buff.ly/2wIo0Bt
  • Why a Daily Habit of Reading Books Should be Your Priority, According to Science buff.ly/2IEqXYz
  • How the Father of Computer Science Decoded Nature’s Mysterious Patterns buff.ly/2KoXcYO
  • Ticketmaster To Use Facial Recognition In Place of Tickets for Venue Entry buff.ly/2Ikc6lW
  • An online collection of high-res scans of M.C. Escher’s prints buff.ly/2ryAuFT
  • How the chicken nugget became the true symbol of our era buff.ly/2wl4avP
  • Alexa and Siri Can Hear This Hidden Command. You Can’t. buff.ly/2rDYuYr
  • With ‘The Weekly,’ The New York Times Gets Serious About TV buff.ly/2G0vX45
  • Bloomberg Philanthropies Gives $43 Million To 200 Arts Orgs For Management buff.ly/2rFGYDF
  • How Bob Fosse Changed The Future Of Dance During The Filming Of ‘Kiss Me Kate’ buff.ly/2rGLG4j
  • “Mapping Puerto Rico's Hurricane Migration With Mobile Phone Data” buff.ly/2rGiyJk
  • Supercomputers are driving a revolution in hurricane forecasting- Five-day forecasts are as good now as two-day forecasts were in 1998. buff.ly/2IrdHX3
  • CRISPR 2.0 is here, and it’s way more precise buff.ly/2Ij3bxD
  • What tech will tell you: The new creative brief buff.ly/2Ilbl91
  • Sifting Through Design Information Overload buff.ly/2jYKghc
  • Erich Fromm’s 6 Rules of Listening: The Great Humanistic Philosopher and Psychologist on the Art of Unselfish Understanding – Brain Pickings owl.li/buo130jYEPo
  • AI can predict your personality just by how your eyes move | New Scientist owl.li/U6l030jYEQP
  • This Portable 3D Printer Could Print Skin Over Wounds owl.li/AlT830jYERk
  • 3,000-Year-Old Olive Tree on the Island of Crete Still Produces Olives Today owl.li/t4hm30jYEuR
  • Simone Giertz: Why you should make useless thingsted.com/talks/simone_g…
  • Forgetting the Madeleine: A pastry chef reflects on taste, memory, and literature’s most famous confection. owl.li/2qKF30jRoyP
  • TED Talks that discuss the transformative power of good design. owl.li/92SB30jSinU
  • Public Radio Organizations Buy Pocket Casts - WSJ The podcasting app would give public media additional toehold in a sector dominated by Apple owl.li/gleq30jTkz5
  • The economics of artificial intelligence | McKinsey & Company owl.li/TAJg30jRo8Y
  • The Authors of Wikipedia's Most-Cited Source Had No Idea owl.li/diCI30jRpRg
  • The Spectacular Wonders of Europe's Libraries owl.li/EaUZ30jRpJV
  • Cities flowing like liquids or organized like crystals owl.li/bxuX30jRnBI
  • New Science from Jupiter owl.li/iBsw30jRlWb
  • Christopher Nolan returns Kubrick sci-fi masterpiece '2001: A Space Odyssey' to its original glory owl.li/QJaw30jRj9X
  • Stories are taking over owl.li/e3FA30jRlQj
  • The Profound Consequences of Typography | Communication Arts owl.li/amfn30jRiMT
  • Why humans need stories owl.li/VKq330jRlEL
  • Understanding One of the Most Significant + Underrated Information Designers of the 20th Century owl.li/b4QU30jQYcu
  • Are Good Ideas Getting Harder to Find? owl.li/4Qfb30jRkyp
  • 15 Patents That Changed the World owl.li/Xyan30jRnZn
  • The original iMac: 20 years since Apple changed its fate - Six Colors owl.li/gFIF30jRjKV
  • From inspiration to action: here’s what 6 people did after watching a TED Talk | owl.li/jkOi30jQXPV
  • 7 ways to practice emotional first aid | owl.li/OAVj30jQXPM
  • Renegade Museum Tours Lure Newbies, Bros, and the Easily Bored: Nick Gray is hacking tour culture with idiosyncratic themes. - Bloomberg owl.li/30g530jQVNy
  • Inside the world’s best kindergarten | owl.li/cd8E30jQXPy
  • Communication skills: how one choir are honing theirs to reach a new audience owl.li/ullp30jQVN4
  • What makes a translation great? Ten literary translators from across the world weigh in owl.li/nGIG30jQVPI
  • Charlie Douglass and his Laff Box invented the laugh track as we know it. owl.li/Bdpk30jQVMF
  • 46 Most Intellectually Stimulating Sites That Will Spark Your Inner Genius in 10 Minutes a Day owl.li/GV7330jQXRm
  • Margaret Atwood on How She Came to Write The Handmaid's Tale | Literary Hub owl.li/udVp30jQVOW
  • Pizza, eggs and ice cream: have alternative museums gone too far? owl.li/eOIS30jQVO3
  • Facebook to Reorganize After Scrutiny Over Data Privacy - The New York Times owl.li/jrtD30jU8oy
  • Artificial intelligence may soon have more rights than animals in the U.S. owl.li/Ti0l30jQVM9
  • Can Brain Imaging Find Our Emotions? owl.li/D0TF30jQVLU
  • California's economy passes UK's to become world's fifth biggest owl.li/vqdt30jQP0D
  • Liam Scarlett on remaking Swan Lake for the Royal Ballet owl.li/DjCK30jQVGN
  • 10 things about writing owl.li/8Pgh30jQOzp
  • Misty Copeland Shares Views On Ballet Gender Equality owl.li/QcEn30jQVGB
  • Public Speaking is Terrifying—6 Ways to Deliver Like a Pro owl.li/xYng30jQOu6
  • The Billion-Dollar Back Job owl.li/mec530jQV1K
  • Dear Movie Industry, We Have Thoughts - The New York Times owl.li/zLms30jQVMr
  • The man who cracked the lottery  owl.li/9oDN30jQUW5
  • The fake burger test: Could meat made of plants ever fool you? | New Scientist owl.li/ALzW30jQwmg
  • Facebook is researching an ad-free, subscription-based version of the social network - Bloomberg owl.li/vPrt30jQwht
  • How to Better Restrict the Data You Share with Facebook owl.li/ztVt30jQvE8
  • Google Is Revamping Google News With More Video And Higher Speed owl.li/R9dH30jQw3j
  • Everything Facebook Announced Today at F8 owl.li/iJjd30jPbWh
  • All We Want to Do Is Watch Each Other Play Video Games - The New York Times owl.li/A0L730jQvTy
  • Mark Zuckerberg Says It Will Take 3 Years to Fix Facebook owl.li/mn4Q30jPbUT
  • Email, the Micro-Meetings Eating Our Days owl.li/jfum30jQvIa
  • On Branded Content - In Conversation with Ernie Schenck owl.li/hfld30jQwq1
  • 9 Questions Great Leaders Ask Themselves When Overwhelmed or Unfocused owl.li/eQWv30jQvHm
  • NASA Is About to Launch the Next Mars Lander owl.li/UmkU30jP7lR
  • Team of Top Scientists Prepare to Invade Antarctica's Scariest Glacier owl.li/cYzA30jP7ke
  • The Evolution of Graphic Design owl.li/sw0O30jMDjc
  • Augmented Reality Is Going to Change Board Games for the Better owl.li/or1D30jNLzT
  • If kottke.org were a book … Jason Kottke has been distilling his brain into kottke.org for twenty years; what would that look like printed out? owl.li/naFx30jMwoN
  • Study shows just how terrible companies like Facebook and Google are at telling you how they use your data. Facebook ranks the worst among U.S. companies surveyed, but don’t let that distract you from how bad companies like Microsoft, and Twitter, are too. owl.li/DR5Y30jNLc7
  • Pandora Does A Big Study, And Guess What? Listeners Hate Ads owl.li/GMaG30jMvpK
  • A Road Map for Navigating your Next Crisis: Nine Creative Leaders on Overcoming their Greatest Challenges owl.li/2JrL30jMDku
  • Your Instagram #Dogs and #Cats Are Training Facebook's AI owl.li/IFVu30jPbTJ
  • Digital agencies struggle with a new market reality owl.li/8iZj30jMDjR
  • No Pain, No Brain Gain: Why Learning Demands (A Little) Discomfort owl.li/o8SC30jMtG5
  • What Does Natural Mean? The FDA's New Definition Might Change Your Pantry owl.li/PbRb30jMtDU
  • An AI can realistically "paint in" missing areas of photographs owl.li/7IQf30jKD56
  • A Road Map for Navigating your Next Crisis: Nine Creative Leaders on Overcoming their Greatest Challenges owl.li/CxrC30jLqhw
  • Jerome Robbins, Ballet’s Mr. ‘Take It Easy, Baby,’ at 100 - The New York Times owl.li/lXY430jKD2t
  • 5 Reasons You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep owl.li/6vSu30jL9KH
  • Nora Fischer Bursts the Classical Music Bubble - The New York Times owl.li/v2Mb30jKD0D
  • These 3 Personality Traits Affect What You Earn — but Only After Age 40 owl.li/osFX30jL9Ey
  • French museum discovers half of its collection are fakes owl.li/r02j30jMvo4
  • The gospel of creative vandalism, according to Jeff Goodby owl.li/jWCK30jL9x1
  • Say goodbye to Alexa and hello to gadgets listening to the voice inside your head - MIT Technology Review owl.li/XoIr30jKANu
  • The Digital Vigilantes Who Hack Back: American companies that fall victim to data breaches want to retaliate against the culprits. But can they do so without breaking the law? | The New Yorker owl.li/Mgyp30jKAIS
  • ◉ Recommended: Broad Band: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Case Study: Can This Japanese Snack Food Company Break into the U.S. Market? owl.li/Its730jJXZ8
  • Here’s Why You’re Getting So Many Emails About Terms of Service Updates owl.li/n3BR30jKAFk
  • How Spanish, not English, was nearly the world's language owl.li/Otg030jJXW4
  • Drones are about to start mapping the Great Wall of China in incredible detail - MIT Technology Review owl.li/NN9630jKAD3
  • Slow Pixel is a ballet performed entirely by LED-wielding snails owl.li/tekE30jJXRa
  • People Made Loads Of Cool Stuff With Nintendo's 'Labo' In Its First Week owl.li/pNGm30jJYcT
  • The Life Of A Conflict Photographer owl.li/DgVW30jKBTF
  • Pepper the Robot is working at the Smithsonian for free | The Verge owl.li/bPcI30jJYcD
  • On the occasion of the four-hundredth anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, New Yorker writers share their experiences of reading, watching, studying, performing, memorizing, and falling in love with the work of the Bard. owl.li/8JLm30jJXNL
  • Oxygen may have helped complex life arise a billion years early owl.li/TOI130jJXyU
  • Outerbridge Crossing: Exploring the World of Aptonyms & Redundant Place Names owl.li/e74m30jJIJU
  • Twitter advising all 330 million users to change passwords after bug exposed them in plain text - The Verge owl.li/okAe30jP9pF
  • Theorem of everything: The secret that links numbers and shapes owl.li/LXBm30jJXyu
  • 99% Invisible: Gander International Airport owl.li/Ntgu30jJIEA
  • The gardens where ideas grow owl.li/EOdg30jJXuH
  • AMERICAN THEATRE | Reading Between the Lines of Rejection Letters owl.li/sZRa30jJrSM
  • How Zelda Wynn Valdes Redefined Fashion owl.li/jQaq30jJQNo
  • TED-style art history platform aims to promote arts education online | The Art Newspaper owl.li/Kpqt30jJXQK
  • Frank Chimero · A Modest Guide to Productivity owl.li/QGxb30jJQMl
  • Jamie Harrison, co-creator of the theater piece “Flight,” describes how his company Vox Motus tells a story about Afghan refugees entirely through miniature models. owl.li/FBIt30jJrRA
  • 10 Book Designers Discuss the Book Covers They Rejected, And Why owl.li/fTqk30jJrPc
  • Talking Technology: Scott Belsky owl.li/9rCa30jJpMN
  • GQ's Best New Restaurants in America, 2018 | owl.li/Ii6r30jJr22
  • Super Tuesdays: Newsroom Programmers Gear Up for the 2018 Midterms owl.li/xWOI30jJpHr
  • Gallery: The oldest living things in the world | owl.li/DAaH30jJqZN
  • These 6 pioneering women helped create modern computers owl.li/IErj30jJpDv
  • An MSG Convert Visits the High Church of Umami | The New Yorker owl.li/O4hx30jJqIg
  • Subsidised theatres are proving vital to Broadway’s success owl.li/45o130jJrSB
  • What is Crispr Gene Editing? The Complete WIRED Guide owl.li/DIRr30jJpWF
  • How to build a successful movement in 4 steps owl.li/VXl030jJpyb
  • Meet the Literary Design Studio Bringing Classic Literature to New Technology owl.li/WXyR30jJpf0
  • TV Critic Debate: 'The Handmaid's Tale,' 'Westworld' and the Art of the Successful Sophomore Season | Hollywood Reporter owl.li/CD4530jIOxp
  • Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos Just Dropped the Best Business Advice You'll Read Today owl.li/jt5i30jJpbJ
  • A One-Minute Attack Let Hackers Spoof Hotel Master Keys owl.li/rUTp30jHCH9
  • A New Startup Wants to Use Crispr to Diagnose Disease owl.li/uA6G30jJp2w
  • The Lab Making Robots Walk Through Fire and Ride Segways owl.li/bCEt30jHCFh
  • 22 Ambassadors Recommend the One Book to Read Before Visiting Their Country owl.li/cUkE30jJeO0
  • What if you could get WiFi and school tuition in exchange for your plastic trash? owl.li/IPeu30jJpB9
  • Why are cash registers disappearing from luxury stores? At high-end retailers, transactions happen behind closed doors and out of the customer’s sight. owl.li/1NAV30jIOyd

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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April: The Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THE PAST MONTH:

  • 6 stages of the creative roller coaster – and how to cope owl.li/gfhS30jHkG3
  • Why Bosch Is Used to Describe Everything from High Fashion to Heavy Metal owl.li/t7t730jHkEh
  • What Happens When Science Just Disappears? owl.li/WAcq30jGkbS
  • More education is what makes people live longer, not more money | New Scientist owl.li/4p8r30jHjSN
  • CRACKING THE CRYPTO WAR Ray Ozzie thinks he has an approach for accessing encrypted devices that attains the impossible: It satisfies both law enforcement and privacy purists. owl.li/lCfm30jGkaw
  • You Are Here: Scientists Unveil Precise Map Of More Than A Billion Stars owl.li/NRml30jGoDT
  • Behind the Cover: How Janelle Monáe Found Her Voice A new video series goes inside the process for creating the award-winning covers of The New York Times Magazine. This week, the singer comes into focus. owl.li/2xcv30jGhbm
  • Why Netflix Might Want Its Own Movie Theaters Because it hasn’t disrupted film the way it has TV. owl.li/CZJa30jGl12
  • How Funders Often Hurt The Nonprofits They Are Trying To Help owl.li/GNqT30jHkIS
  • The Modern Mini Cooper’s Designer Is Now Working On Flying Cars owl.li/DnkN30jGkdX
  • Augmented Reality Is Transforming Museums owl.li/43vG30jFamt
  • Here's What Facebook Won’t Let You Post owl.li/icKy30jFalx
  • Frank Chimero · A Modest Guide to Productivity owl.li/dO3530jEPEO
  • Your Strategic Plans Probably Aren’t Strategic, or Even Plans owl.li/5LPm30jFal7
  • What Makes a Designer Valuable owl.li/6vyc30jEPxC
  • Which Podcasts Should Web Designers And Developers Be Listening To? owl.li/Or5B30jERZ2
  • Mid-century modernism: 15 iconic examples owl.li/ttUi30jEPwn
  • Dropbox, New York Times kick off 52-week “Behind the Cover” series | | Dropbox Blog owl.li/K6Er30jGh9i
  • GQ's Best New Restaurants in America, 2018 owl.li/tUK630jERWE
  • The Reinvention of NASA owl.li/8Gsk30jERT1
  • TIME 100: The Most Influential People of 2018 owl.li/7jDf30jDRCs
  • ‘Civilizations’ is the most ambitious story about art ever told on television - The Washington Post owl.li/KhbO30jDRnz
  • The rise of the ambient video game ‘The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ and its contemporaries are sensory soothing software several decades in the making. owl.li/lqJz30jDPzj
  • MoMA Acquires The Painting That Provoked Rudy Giuliani To Try To Shut Down The Brooklyn Museum owl.li/2NW530jDRmM
  • A digital answer to an old question: How The Economist uses Instagram Stories for quizzes owl.li/BIAw30jDPxL
  • How language can affect the way we think | owl.li/4RQa30jDQdc
  • Quantum time: Is this where the flow of existence comes from? | New Scientist owl.li/aUJ730jDPwV
  • What if you could get WiFi and tuition in exchange for plastic trash? | owl.li/nbOf30jDQcz
  • The tricky art (and emerging science) of valuing crypto-assets - MIT Technology Review owl.li/I3L430jEOmr
  • These 6 pioneering women helped create modern computers | owl.li/TiFS30jDQ9m
  • Quantum time: Is this where the flow of existence comes from? owl.li/KcxH30jDPak
  • Writing advice for artists and visual thinkers owl.li/qQTc30jDP87
  • What's Not Included in Facebook's 'Download Your Data' owl.li/8MUk30jDNOQ
  • Why So Many People Make Their Password 'Dragon' owl.li/xXeK30jDO8A
  • Why So Many People Make Their Password 'Dragon' owl.li/uFkq30jDNNe
  • What's Not Included in Facebook's 'Download Your Data' owl.li/fBm530jDO7S
  • Can This New Alternative to Braille Change the Way Blind People Read? owl.li/xR1130jDNB9
  • Magic and AI are mixing to create tricks you won't believe owl.li/5m1F30jDO5A
  • Writing advice for artists and visual thinkers owl.li/K5Hc30jDPwC
  • Facebook Is Planning on Turning Its Data Over to Social Scientists. Should Users Trust the Project? owl.li/Tocx30jDO1C
  • These 16,016 BBC Sound Effects are made available by the BBC in WAV format to download for use under the terms of the RemArc Licence. owl.li/bxvg30jDIb6
  • Who Has More of Your Personal Data Than Facebook? Try Google - WSJ owl.li/IZ6Q30jDI6R
  • The Woman Who Gave the Macintosh a Smile: Susan Kare designed the suite of icons that made the Macintosh revolutionary—a computer that you could communicate with in pictures. | The New Yorker owl.li/mSbg30jDr8U
  • Here are eleven amazing data journalism projects. Which one is your favourite? owl.li/Fppt30jDI4l
  • 7 Traits of Super-Productive People owl.li/iJ8X30jDovb
  • Every two weeks a language dies. Wikitongues wants to save them: Saving the World's Dying and Disappearing Languages owl.li/k7Bc30jDFN0
  • Christoph Niemann's 7 Hard-hitting Truths About the Realities of Being a Designer owl.li/3XDM30jDot0
  • Making ideas into reality at MIT's 'Future Factory' -- "60 Minutes" - CBS News owl.li/GoEO30jDwVN
  • We're Good At Recognizing Distorted Faces owl.li/gbig30jDIZP
  • MOMA Makes a List of Iconic Fashion “Items” | The New Yorker owl.li/aoYO30jDswS
  • Soviet film posters of the 50s and 60s – in pictures owl.li/d2M130jDjo8
  • Is Netflix Now the Eighth Big Media Conglomerate? | Hollywood Reporter owl.li/UGjD30jDjlL
  • Netflix Knows Some Very Strange Things About Public Viewing Habits owl.li/AVUc30jDiH5
  • An Avalanche of Novels, Films and Other Works of Art Will Soon Enter the Public Domain: Virginia Woolf, Charlie Chaplin, William Carlos William, Buster Keaton & More | Open Culture owl.li/q7fc30jDjkq
  • Inside the Cleanroom Where NASA’s New Mars Lander Waits to Launch owl.li/C5KK30jDiFw
  • Chinese man caught by facial recognition at pop concert - BBC News owl.li/SUqZ30jDjg3
  • Data Science and the Art of Producing Entertainment at Netflix owl.li/3IpA30jDiDD
  • The 2018 Pulitzer Prize Winners owl.li/GTfc30jDiKH
  • What designers need to know about perception owl.li/pswo30jDopV
  • How HBO Built a Real-Life Activation as Immersive as the Universe Within Westworld – Adweek owl.li/MKCM30jDiJ7
  • Ivor Guest, 97, Dies; Transformed Study of Dance History - The New York Times owl.li/F2jp30jDiz6
  • Stream 47 Hours of Classic Sci-Fi Novels & Stories: Asimov, Wells, Orwell, Verne, Lovecraft & More | Open Culture owl.li/nIif30jDixG
  • The Peabody Awards - Entertainment, Children’s & Youth Winners Named owl.li/hSqm30jDfQa
  • How Janelle Monáe Found Her Voice - The New York Times owl.li/54gS30jDfZm
  • What happens to taste when algorithms become the tastemakers? owl.li/6SAz30jDfGa
  • People read news differently (i.e., worse) on phones than they do on desktop, new research suggests » Nieman Journalism Lab owl.li/54i230jDiCG
  • The quest for the next billion-dollar color - The world has never had a truly safe, stable and bright red pigment. The trail may start with YInMn, the first blue created in 2 centuries owl.li/xB6y30jDfW4
  • Inside La Sagrada Familia owl.li/niw730jDiAg
  • Should you design for addiction or for loyalty? » Nieman Journalism Lab owl.li/nq0230jDfzF
  • Where Hollywood Goes to Get Its Restaurant Sets owl.li/N69j30jDcom
  • Chaos takes control: A look at HBO's innovative marketing for "Westworld" – Adweek owl.li/NsrF30jxupS
  • Why Philosophy Should Become More Like Pop Music | The Book of Life owl.li/U1d630jwnKm
  • Ad of the Day: AI bots experience existential crises in original film from Ted owl.li/6xIv30jxq25
  • Netflix Knows Some Very Strange Things About Public Viewing Habits | WIRED owl.li/Fgo930jwnic
  • The Power of Leaders Who Focus on Solving Problems owl.li/vcfA30jxvqn
  • How AI Helps Photographers Get More Creative owl.li/USn230jxo9s
  • iMac Pro short film Director Erin Sarofsky’s iMac Pro film puts the famed desktop through its paces, bringing a series of dreamy illustrations to life. owl.li/802C30jxnVz
  • Why happy accidents and a non-linear career path are your secret weapon owl.li/p59R30jwmyD
  • Ad Legend George Lois: Magazine Covers Are “Trash Today” owl.li/ltzu30jvQOu
  • How Houston Ballet Has Continued Performing After Hurricane Harvey owl.li/GEN630jveYn
  • The story of After Effects – the compositing and animation software that has beaten the competition for 25 years owl.li/8Efg30juYhJ
  • Everything We Know About Birds That Glow - Atlas Obscura owl.li/Bu6e30jvbJK
  • Type in Couture owl.li/1URX30juYbG
  • Enter the Pulp Magazine Archive, Featuring Over 11,000 Digitized Issues of Classic Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Detective Fiction owl.li/pxSV30jv04x
  • How Chef José Andrés Turns Impulsiveness Into An Asset owl.li/Irea30juY5N
  • Inside the Cleanroom Where NASA’s New Mars Lander Waits to Launch owl.li/4UiG30juZVg
  • 4 design trends we're all tired of hearing about owl.li/tfsZ30jvczp
  • Here’s what we know so far about Google Chrome’s mobile article recommendations, the next major traffic driver for publishers owl.li/1ifI30juZKJ
  • Stream David Bowie's Complete Discography in a 19-Hour Playlist: From His Very First Recordings to His Last owl.li/v79s30jutzV
  • Dubai to launch digital vehicle number plates owl.li/UtKu30jushS
  • Commerce vs. Curation: Lessons From Today’s Museum World - The New York Times owl.li/1o5x30jurW1
  • The Key to Smarter AI: Copy the Brain - WSJ owl.li/8kB030jusfj
  • Ivor Guest, 97, Dies; Transformed Study of Dance History - The New York Times owl.li/oHaJ30jurTj
  • CRISPR trials are about to begin in people—but we still don’t know how well it works in monkeys - MIT Technology Review owl.li/FhbH30jusei
  • When the brain is off to sleep — but hard at work owl.li/5Pc230jurPP
  • Stream 47 Hours of Classic Sci-Fi Novels & Stories: Asimov, Wells, Orwell, Verne, Lovecraft & More owl.li/SEOt30jutE6
  • What You Don’t Know About How Facebook Uses Your Data - The New York Times owl.li/yp5M30jusbk
  • New York Times book critic Parul Sehgal on the bliss and monkishness of her work. owl.li/dvYf30jus87
  • Why it’s as hard to escape an echo chamber as it is to flee a cult | Aeon Essays owl.li/57Wo30jurMH
  • Here Are The Winners Of The World Press Photo Of The Year Contest owl.li/IczM30juqwU
  • There’s a Speeding Mass of Space Junk Orbiting Earth, Smashing Into Things - WSJ owl.li/X8IN30jshiZ
  • Google loses landmark 'right to be forgotten' case Businessman wins legal action to force removal of search results about past conviction owl.li/UD1m30jugyZ
  • The world has improved by every measure of human flourishing over the past two centuries, and the progress continues, writes Steven Pinker. - WSJ owl.li/kSCk30jshdQ
  • The other dimension of design - Extending design principles beyond the dimensional space into the temporal owl.li/DPgk30jtw0Q
  • The benefits of time-shifting your news reading. owl.li/B7V730jsgNp
  • SpaceX’s President is Thinking Even Bigger Than Elon Musk | WIRED owl.li/TKRc30jt0m3
  • Can tech save the humanities? owl.li/9gDV30jurPf
  • What the Hospitals of the Future Look Like - WSJ owl.li/bXhn30jshnm
  • Inside the Invisible but Influential World of Scent Branding owl.li/i3Hd30jsg2b
  • How farmers on the Great Plains are changing the local climate owl.li/J3z330jsfmm
  • Are you asking the right questions? Design is more about asking the right questions than having the right answers. owl.li/pKxE30jrJBo
  • I Downloaded the Information That Facebook Has on Me. Yikes. - The New York Times owl.li/w1RK30jseZ5
  • Mohawk: The new site for the family-owned paper makers combines paper into different compositions to create an atmosphere of possibility. owl.li/OHu430jrJz9
  • The Science of Great Design - Why experimentation is the most valuable tool in our arsenal owl.li/DPw230jrM4M
  • At Work With MoMA Design Store’s Merchandising Team - 99U owl.li/ejWT30jrIGB
  • Why Bad Photographers Think They're Good owl.li/1lOp30jrM2X
  • The 3 types of feedback owl.li/6cgq30jsgzK
  • What 40 Years of Research Reveals About the Difference Between Disruptive and Radical Innovation owl.li/4K8G30jrL7K
  • Here Are Nearly 1,200 Coursera Courses That Are Still Completely Free owl.li/JseQ30jrIzc
  • How Facebook Devalued The Birthday owl.li/ktFT30jrIwV
  • People Who Have “Too Many Interests” Are More Likely To Be Successful According To Research owl.li/5l1G30jpam6
  • How to Check If Cambridge Analytica Could Access Your Facebook Data | WIRED owl.li/nKTF30jsXvj
  • Apple lands Isaac Asimov Foundation Series David Goyer & Josh Friedman | Deadline owl.li/FT2d30jqm7n
  • The life and death of Homaro Cantu, the genius chef who wanted to change the world owl.li/dYfx30jpajJ
  • Do our names push us towards certain jobs? owl.li/BMYK30jqid5
  • Inside Amazon's $250M 'Lord of the Rings' Deal: the network's groundbreaking negotiation guaranteed a five-season commitment of J.R.R. Tolkien's adaptation, making it the "most expensive TV series ever." owl.li/Ipl530jpafT
  • Two 'newly discovered' human organs aren't what they seem, they're not organs at all. owl.li/Qis530jqi4y
  • Apple Now Runs On 100% Green Energy, And Here’s How It Got There owl.li/Oaaw30jrICk
  • Slate’s If Then podcast interviews Facebook’s Adam Mosseri the head of the news feed, about what keeps Facebook up at Night owl.li/zcwh30jqcce
  • How to Check If Cambridge Analytica Could Access Your Facebook Data | WIRED owl.li/3bj630jpa27
  • You've Seen This Letter Everywhere, But Can You Write It? owl.li/uq5V30jp9Of
  • TV's First $300M Man: Inside Netflix's Blockbuster Ryan Murphy Deal | Hollywood Reporter owl.li/3TyM30joZLN
  • The Two Traits of the Best Problem-Solving Teams owl.li/ylJR30jp9AK
  • Beyond 800 words: new digital story formats for news owl.li/sPL030joXUp
  • Your Strategic Plans Probably Aren’t Strategic, or Even Plans owl.li/75Eg30jp9A8
  • BBC News Labs: In-Article Chatbots – BBC News Labs owl.li/HXFN30joXS6
  • Maria Popova on Evergreen Ideas and Rethinking the Meaning of Content – Own Your Content owl.li/a5Ds30jp9qX
  • New Brain Maps With Unmatched Detail May Change Neuroscience | WIRED owl.li/QgbL30jpa36
  • Jocelyn K. Glei on Ideation and Being Accountable in Your Projects – Own Your Content owl.li/7UsC30jp9p5
  • Rethinking newsroom innovation – BBC News Labs owl.li/hw4J30joXFj
  • Modern patronage offers artists a new way to earn a living owl.li/AWOU30joXBA
  • Why Everyone Missed the Most Important Invention in the Last 500 Years owl.li/X9YY30jnJEi
  • A Brain-Boosting Prosthesis Moves From Rats to Humans | WIRED owl.li/Vl3i30joOVB
  • Inside Broadway’s Secret Laboratory: ‘Hamilton,’ ‘Frozen,’ and So Much More - The New York Times owl.li/iISV30jnDMH
  • Kasiva Mutua: How I use the drum to tell my story owl.li/gLyH30joOSX
  • How We Made The Holiday Gift Guide – The Times Open Team owl.li/Q2pp30jnuCh
  • Beyond 'Blurred Lines': How Forensic Musicology Is Altering Pop's Future - Rolling Stone owl.li/uMYX30joOLR
  • What we talk about when we talk about fair AI – BBC News Labs owl.li/OdqN30joXNg
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago launches first campaign in 20 years | Campaign US owl.li/RmtQ30joMHG
  • Writing advice for artists and visual thinkers owl.li/4tPn30jmpkv
  • The Science of Stories: How Stories Impact Our Brains owl.li/C3hB30jmp8B
  • Scientists harvest 1st vegetables in Antarctic greenhouse owl.li/lb2430jlX5M
  • Vlatko Vedral: I'm building a machine that breaks the rules of reality owl.li/V9Rk30jmo9J
  • Google's crowdsourced foreign data will feed its AI | WIRED owl.li/9ZDZ30jlWuk
  • What I Wish I Knew at Every Age - 99U owl.li/aJZ430jlXrq
  • How museums can double their visitor numbers—featuring DJs at the Musée Guimet in Paris | The Art Newspaper owl.li/u8e530jls6x
  • Carl Sagan on Mystery, Why Common Sense Blinds Us to the Universe, and How to Live with the Unknown – Brain Pickings owl.li/JOq130jng8K
  • The Best Design Podcasts: 15 Entertaining, Insightful Podcasts for Designers owl.li/mISH30jlXk9
  • Is the World Ready for Synthetic People? owl.li/HqiV30jlXbO
  • What's the Best Path to a Top Museum Job? We Analyzed the Training of 100 Curators to Find Out | artnet News owl.li/xIZW30jls0z
  • The Lofty Optimism of Spotify and the Influence of the Streaming Revolution | The New Yorker owl.li/U6Cb30jlrWx
  • Does the Copyright Office Know Anything about Design? owl.li/iiml30jlm2n
  • How babies learn – and why robots can’t compete | owl.li/OG8M30jlrQP
  • How to Redesign a Tech Logo  owl.li/Gx9f30jlm0L
  • How Does Consciousness Work? owl.li/SwEL30jlrNa
  • Keep Your Computer From Destroying Your Eyesight | WIRED owl.li/wOTM30jlj3y
  • The Enormous Project Of Replacing The Met Museum’s Skylights - The New York Times owl.li/i1gk30jls3o
  • Do choreographers need a dramaturg? owl.li/QuKB30jlrLL
  • Vignelli’s NYC Subway Map as a Children’s Book - Subtraction.com owl.li/ajAm30jlm5n
  • The dizzying story of Symphony of the Seas, the largest and most ambitious cruise ship ever built | WIRED UK owl.li/rcGH30jl9lA
  • ◉ Rams, a documentary about pioneering designer Dieter Rams -  smartercreativity.com/blog/2018/4/7/…
  • How 50 Female Characters Were Described In Their Screenplays owl.li/AZvM30jkEsf
  • Royal Ballet stage managers: The duo who keep the dancers on their toes owl.li/ppEo30jk1ii
  • Internet “power user” Mark Zuckerberg knows Facebook has issues - MIT Technology Review owl.li/o3Bc30jkBQG
  • Facebook is adding a button to let users get more “background information” (aka information from Wikipedia pages) on publishers » Nieman Journalism Lab owl.li/s5a030jjZvy
  • Vignelli’s NYC Subway Map as a Children’s Book owl.li/1nQ630jkxdy
  • Meet the Astronomer Who Has Chronicled the Field for 16 Years | WIRED owl.li/xEF330jjZoZ
  • Google connecting Japan-Guam-Australia w/ latest undersea fiber cable investment | 9to5Google owl.li/oMXC30jk6f0
  • The Real Story of the Hawaiian Missile Crisis owl.li/uA1d30jl9pI
  • No Kyding: eminent Shakespeare scholar seeks publisher owl.li/aJFN30jk1m8
  • Gothic or Helvetica? For Brands, Fonts Help Tell a Story - The New York Times owl.li/kY3X30jjYCt
  • Making a Mark: Visual Identity with Tom Geismar owl.li/M7UY30jjMNg
  • The Cloud Is Rising To The Cybersecurity Challenge owl.li/NFdK30jjqCm
  • This New Typeface Merges Braille You Can Touch With Letters You Can See owl.li/A3Hh30jjMhb
  • How Perfectionists Can Get Out of Their Own Way owl.li/VJVt30jiMc1
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey Immersive Art Exhibit owl.li/HGxH30jjDrb
  • Younger UK viewers watch more Netflix than all of BBC TV - CNET owl.li/rY2i30jiMaU
  • Conserve the Sound is an online museum for vanishing and endangered sounds. owl.li/2hra30jjrB1
  • How Advertising Shaped the First Opioid Epidemic | Smithsonian owl.li/fSqF30jjYVr
  • Why Doesn't America Read Anymore? : NPR owl.li/CuaS30jjqZX
  • When we ask robots to do things, should they do what we say, or what we mean? - IEEE Spectrum owl.li/SqoW30jiKOL
  • DNS Resolvers Performance compared: CloudFlare x Google x Quad9 x OpenDNS owl.li/hEhC30jiKsk
  • NPR brags about its ratings (and its podcast-to-broadcast crossovers) » Nieman Journalism Lab owl.li/pgAF30jiIAQ
  • 5 Tools to Promote Integrative Thinking and Creativity on Your Team owl.li/TbNa30jiJkG
  • ◉ The Arts Contribute More Than $760 Billion to the U.S. Economy - smartercreativity.com/blog/2018/4/5/…
  • Barnes & Noble Looks to In-Store Restaurants for a Boost - Eater owl.li/eOAC30jiItq
  • Cloudflare launches 1.1.1.1 DNS service that will speed up your internet - The Verge owl.li/ykV130jiJiK
  • How Joan Didion Became Joan Didion owl.li/EBZt30jiIok
  • Lost Verdi Opera Score Discovered in Berlin Basement - WQXR owl.li/9ecB30jiM6W
  • The interactive online poem “Love Lost” emotionally connects users with a unique heart sculpture that reacts through mouse touch. | Communication Arts owl.li/mp3l30jiIVs
  • FB News Feed FYI: Helping People Better Assess The Stories They See In News Feed owl.li/4W4c30jiIET
  • Mini Brains Are Now Growing Their Own Veins | WIRED owl.li/oOdg30jiIaG
  • A Nighttime Underwater Spectacle Off the Coast of the Philippines | WIRED owl.li/mz9K30jiI9E
  • Taming the Epic To-Do List owl.li/E2iV30jhpC4
  • The Inside Story of Reddit's Redesign | WIRED owl.li/Rexu30jiGCb
  • A look back at media innovation in 2017, and what we learned from it owl.li/8Yuw30jhpzy
  • Dance as Medicine – The Yale Herald owl.li/tvqN30jhr6B
  • Think lithely, step lively: Greg Barber on newsroom tools at the Washington Post owl.li/zicg30jhpt5
  • The Hottest Thing You’ll Read All Day: A History of Chili Peppers owl.li/4bij30jhpTq
  • Tax Tips for Freelance Creatives: Debunking Common Myths - 99U owl.li/HNq930jiIkz
  • How to Use Psychology to Solve the Procrastination Puzzle owl.li/qXVp30jhpQJ
  • Why agencies must make room for innovation | The Drum owl.li/hSkB30jhori
  • Book Review: The Visual History of Type – Glenn Fleishman owl.li/qbrk30jiKm4
  • Tech designers should be licensed, says Silicon Valley designer Mike Monteiro owl.li/oZkS30jhomC
  • RIP Steven Bochco: Hollywood Pays Tribute to TV Innovator owl.li/JOrE30jh9M6
  • How Grubhub Analyzed 4,000 Dishes to Predict Your Next Order | WIRED owl.li/byMy30jhofX
  • Are you ready? This is all the data Facebook and Google have on you owl.li/CWbT30jgcDr
  • Emmanuel Macron Q&A: France's President Discusses Artificial Intelligence Strategy | WIRED owl.li/veXb30jhodY
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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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Rams, a documentary about pioneering designer Dieter Rams

Gary Hustwit, director of Helvetica and Objectified, is making a documentary about Rams

For over fifty years, Dieter Rams has left an indelible mark on the field of product design and the world at large with his iconic work at Braun and Vitsoe. The objects Dieter has designed have touched the lives of millions of people––so many of us have had a Braun coffeemaker, shaver, stereo, calculator, speakers, or alarm clock. Or an Oral-B toothbrush. Or a Vitsoe 606 shelving system. Or any of the hundreds of other products Dieter has designed or overseen the design of.

His work has influenced the way most of today's consumer products look and function. The computer or phone you're reading this on looks the way it does because of Dieter Rams. Dieter's influence also extends to his "Ten Principles of Good Design," a list of edicts that champions simplicity, honesty, and restraint, and still applies to design theory and practice today.

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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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February & March: The Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THE PAST TWO MONTHS:

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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