The Week's Links

All the items posted to Facebook and Twitter this week:

Steve Martin is on twitter. Get your @SteveMartinToGo.http://ow.ly/2ERME

Adweek compiles the 25 best ad people to follow on twitter.http://ow.ly/2CO7i

Sesame Street has a tumbler! Classic clips.http://ow.ly/2En0D

Challenging your brain can delay dementia. But when it happens, symptoms progress more quickly.http://ow.ly/2C4dc

Brian Eno describes new album as anthology of ‘sound-only movies’ http://ow.ly/2FLvQ

The Acceleration of Addictiveness http://ow.ly/2D1bV

Jennifer Egan: Gallery of a Writer’s Impulseshttp://ow.ly/2D19K

The Art of Momentum: Why Your Ideas Need Speedhttp://ow.ly/2CPZo

A Dictionary of the Near Future by Douglas Couplandhttp://ow.ly/2ESR3

Everything Is a Remix (Part One) - Must Watch Documentaryhttp://ow.ly/191qwF

Creative Review - John Lloyd: 50 years in graphic designhttp://ow.ly/2Ec1v

Art Directors Club Announces Global Winners of ADC Young Guns 8 Competition For Creatives Age 30 and Underhttp://ow.ly/2EMbA

Selling ‘Inception’: How Hollywood Marketing Workshttp://ow.ly/2D1cV

Making Future Magic: iPad light painting http://ow.ly/1918nX

Want to choose your own adventure? There’s a books app for that. http://ow.ly/2CQdm

The Vanity Fair 100 | The New Establishment 2010http://ow.ly/2EmzH

Gustavo Dudamel with Vienna Philharmonic in free live webcast from Lucerne http://ow.ly/2EbCj

Martin Scorsese chooses 15 gangster pictures that inspired him. http://ow.ly/2COox

Writing better dialogue. A scriptcast by @johnaugust.http://ow.ly/2CQ1X

Creativity Top 5: September 13, 2010 http://ow.ly/18Zy4U

Ready For Production: A Typographic Checklisthttp://ow.ly/2D1h3

How Vanity Fair Revolutionized Type: 1930 Stylehttp://ow.ly/2D1fW

Deeper Behind the Work: Chris Milk on Arcade Fire’s The Wilderness Machine. http://ow.ly/2C4hT

Adobe Labs Releases Adobe Illustrator CS5 HTML5 Packhttp://ow.ly/2DtKi

The New Yorker profiles Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. Interesting read on a polarizing figure.http://ow.ly/2DsFN

Lanyrd | the social conference directory http://ow.ly/2DqJ5
5 Lessons From Longshot, a Magazine Made in 48 Hourshttp://ow.ly/2C46
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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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