The Week's Links (12.4.11)

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

  • Birthdays, The Catalyst Of The Social Web: What I Learned This Weekowl.li/1fZe2g
  • The Top 5 Regrets In Life By Those About to Die owl.li/7LlvJ
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 22: Hank Stuever on 9-ish owl.li/7Jfnd
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 21: Neal Stephenson’s plot-free adventure storyowl.li/7JflA
  • A classic from last year worth revisiting: The Santa Brand - A Pitch Perfect Spoof by Quietroom owl.li/7Lp7x
  • 39 Luminaries Transforming Society: Creative Alchemy, Social Evolution + Mindful Influence owl.li/7yWKV
  • Ever get lost in a mall? Google Maps now maps indoors owl.li/7LnNP
  • Photoshopped or Not? A Tool to Tell owl.li/7JfDn
  • Address Is Approximate: Animation, Storytelling & Technology in wonderful animation owl.li/1fWcQS
  • Introducing the Federal Social Media Index owl.li/7LnCe A dashboard of Fed Agencies on Twitter
  • E. O. Wilson’s Theory of Everything owl.li/7HXkZ
  • A Dozen Economic Facts About Innovation owl.li/7HWBS
  • What is Motion Design ? ( A Primer ) owl.li/1fUZ6N
  • Leonard Weisgard's Stunning 1949 Alice in Wonderland Illustrationsowl.li/7ztBA Lovely
  • Levitating Girl Natsumi Hayashi owl.li/7yWwn
  • Dark Score Stories Hides Stephen King’s Secrets in Bag of Bones Photo Essay owl.li/7HWaj
  • Less and More: The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams at SFMOMA owl.li/7HW6g
  • The Kaleidoscope Mind: Some Easy Ways to Teach Creativity owl.li/7GxWk
  • PBS Arts: Off Book - Episode 10: Generative Art - Computers, Data & Humanity owl.li/1fTylN
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 20: Mr. Weschler’s magic cabinet owl.li/7yWCz
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 19: George W.S. Trow covers Sly Stone’s weddingowl.li/7yWBc
  • Infographic Of The Day: Bloomberg And Frog Turn Raw Data Into Brandingowl.li/7GsdF
  • 10 Online Tools for Better Attention & Focus owl.li/7Gsax
  • Who's Your Brand's Editor-in-Chief? owl.li/7Gs3G
  • Khoi Vinh: It All Started With Comic Books owl.li/1fSr9D
  • Rethinking the food nutrition label owl.li/7yWud
  • Giving thanks behind the scenes owl.li/7Ekpm
  • Creativity Top 5: November 22, 2011 owl.li/1fNR5j
  • New Insights on the Creative Brain owl.li/7yVT5
  • What Is Sony Now? - BusinessWeek owl.li/7ytme
  • 100 Masters of Animated Short Films, Part One: Disney, Barta, Cohl and Beyond owl.li/7yriq
  • The Opposite of the Cloud owl.li/1fMs9N
  • 8 Secrets To Creative Thinking (Hint: Steal From Others) owl.li/7yu4v
  • Why Inspiration Matters - Scott Barry Kaufman owl.li/7qM1F
  • Salvador Dalí Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, 1969 owl.li/7ys9x
  • The 3 Biggest Barriers To Innovation, And How To Smash Them owl.li/7xkq4
  • Brian Clark on Transmedia Business Models (Part Five) owl.li/7uOoy
  • Brian Clark on Transmedia Business Models (Part Four) owl.li/7uOne
  • Brian Clark on Transmedia Business Models (Part Three) owl.li/7uOkU
  • Brian Clark on Transmedia Business Models (Part Two) owl.li/7uOjN
  • Brian Clark on Transmedia Business Models (Part One) owl.li/7uOim
  • 3 Powerful Game Dynamics That Create Brand Superfans owl.li/7yu2V
  • The Expert Enough Manifesto owl.li/1fLho5
  • Technology Footprint: Starting Up in New York owl.li/7zr1b
  • Bolster Your Creative Output by Activating Your "Red Zone" owl.li/7o00A
  • The Future of Self-Improvement, Part I: Grit Is More Important Than Talentowl.li/7kFdK

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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