The Week's Links (10.9.11)

All the links posted to Facebook and Twitter (@) this week: 

  • “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” Steve Jobs owl.li/1f08l3
  • Steve Jobs, 1955 – 2011 owl.li/6OVk7 Wired’s Steven Levy writes a beautiful and insightful eulogy.
  • The Man Who Inspired Jobs - NYTimes.com owl.li/6RLYR A great bit of unknown history.
  • Apple The Crazy Ones - NEVER BEFORE AIRED 1997 with Steve’s narration. Inspiring owl.li/6PCcL
  • How to make movies of what the brain sees owl.li/6ElMl
  • Habits form when brainwaves slow down owl.li/6KVR5
  • Wiring the Brain: How Viruses Can Be Engineered to Trace Neural Connections owl.li/6ElK5
  • 10 Stories Behind Dr. Seuss Stories on the 20th Anniversary of His Deathowl.li/6Ehan
  • BBC Dimensions: How Many Really? owl.li/6EgjS Great. Compares the # of people in historical events to the # of people in your life.
  • Storytelling: digital technology allows us to tell tales in innovative new waysowl.li/6EqEv
  • The Vignelli Subway Map Goes Digital : The New Yorker owl.li/6Eh2Y
  • Mobile HTML5 - compatibility tables for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, iPad and other mobile devices owl.li/6KVSi
  • 50+ Articles to Make You a Better Web Designer owl.li/6Egcf
  • The evolution of the web owl.li/6DVEd
  • The Original Creators: Philip K. Dick owl.li/6J4mC
  • The Last Words Of 25 Famous Dead Writers owl.li/6GmSc
  • Audi Engineers a Metal Hummingbird for A6 Avant Spot owl.li/1eZAlN
  • Good art is a kind of magic. owl.li/6Em4O DFW vs. Franzen vs. Vonnegut. /via @daringfireball
  • Danger Planet, An Animated Sci-Fi Short owl.li/6Cq8O
  • The 12 coolest libraries in the world owl.li/6IJWH
  • The Rise and Rise of Datanomics - CNBC Business owl.li/6Gn7q
  • The Next Great American Consumer: Infants to 3-Year-Olds owl.li/6KVVi
  • The 100 Lamest Excuses for Not Innovating owl.li/6GmZ6
  • PBS Arts: Off Book - Episode 6: Street Art owl.li/1eYxZr
  • TED Announcing Ads Worth Spreading, year 2 owl.li/6N9FH
  • Classical Music’s ‘Genius’ Grant Recipients Pause to Reflect owl.li/6N8JX
  • Felicia Day on Being Creatively Bored and Developing Her Own Projectowl.li/6Gm5O
  • Twelve strategies for achieving your goals from the book Willpowerowl.li/6EggL
  • Forthcoming Tome ‘Mad Women’ Will Tell Other Side of Story owl.li/6MVtV
  • Rob Schwartz: The New Golden Age of Advertising Icons owl.li/6MTbN
  • Adobe Preparing to Launch Six New Creativity Apps for Tablets owl.li/6MvIm
  • Creativity Top 5: October 3, 2011 owl.li/1eXQvo
  • Adobe Acquires Web Typography Innovator Typekit owl.li/6MoOGPerhaps this will contribute to better web typography going mainstream.
  • Boston Globe creates a Twitter board for the newsroom owl.li/6EqH0
  • The Twelve Attributes of a Truly Great Place to Work owl.li/6KWb4
  • Childhood being eroded by modern life, experts warn owl.li/6Eh6Q
  • Beth Comstock: You Have To Tell A Story, Before You Can Sell A Storyowl.li/1eXt7A
  • HEY WHIPPLE » Please give this essay your full attention. owl.li/6EfHBDo you suffer from continuous partial attention?
  • Project Classroom: Transforming Our Schools for the Future owl.li/6BNn1

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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