The Week's Links (4/3/11)

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

  • Lapham’s Quarterly
  • OMG was first used in 1919.http://ow.ly/4sbvQ
  • BMW to Launch NYC Tech Incubator With $100 Million Investment Fund | Fast Companyhttp://ow.ly/4s3Yj
  • Did you know the word gullible is not in wikipedia?
  • Make Serendipity Work for You - Harvard Business Review http://ow.ly/4aeH9
  • Notes on Creativity and Design from the notebook of Brendan Dawes http://ow.ly/4areN
  • Famous Objects from Classic Movieshttp://ow.ly/4aq7j Can you name the movie from the object? Great game.
  • The power of lonely - The Boston Globehttp://ow.ly/4lYGj what we do better without other people around.
  • Picture Book Timeline http://ow.ly/4aq2z
  • A Teen Eye for Design | Fast Companyhttp://ow.ly/4lHsw What would happen if design were taught in middle school.
  • Douglas Adams Brilliant Insight http://ow.ly/1bZYO6
  • Jesting Our Limits: Do April Fools’ Day Pranks Alienate or Engage People?: Scientific Americanhttp://ow.ly/4r2tH
  • The naysayers - Everybody’s wrong about something… http://ow.ly/4ava9
  • Norman Mailer and Marshall McLuhan expound on violence, alienation and the electronic envelope.http://ow.ly/4av01
  • Popular Science iPad Edition Has Sold 10,000 Subscriptions http://ow.ly/4qvtf
  • Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey Wants to Make Service More Mainstream - WSJ http://ow.ly/4qvol
  • Starbucks + Seattle’s Best Coffee @ The Dieline Conference http://ow.ly/4quNM Two sessions looking at two coffee rebrands.
  • A First Look Inside the Virgin Galactic Spaceship -http://ow.ly/4quoj
  • Be Less Self-Centered to Be More Creative, Study Says | BNET http://ow.ly/4ae49
  • BPS Research Digest: One nagging thing you still don’t understand about yourself http://ow.ly/4aoGz
  • The 10 Golden Principles of Successful Web Appshttp://ow.ly/1bZfqj
  • Did You Know It’s World Backup Day: Here’s How to Avoid Inevitable Disasters http://ow.ly/4qpC7
  • Adobe demos Photoshop for iPad with real layer support. http://ow.ly/4qpoI
  • Google Has an Answer to Facebook’s Like Button. Now All It Needs is an Answer to Facebookhttp://ow.ly/4pZWr
  • Infographic of the Day: The Next 25 Years in Emerging Tech | Co.Design http://ow.ly/4auMW
  • 6 Simple Yoga Stretches for Daily De-Stressing :: The 99 Percent http://ow.ly/4auEJ
  • The Art of Immersion: Why Do We Tell Stories? | Wired.com http://ow.ly/4amG1
  • Why the Basis of the Universe Isn’t Matter or Energy—It’s Data http://ow.ly/4pmqK
  • This is not porn - Rare and beautiful celebrity photoshttp://ow.ly/4adEO
  • Here’s What You Do If Locked in a Vegas Hotel With a $150K Slo-Mo Video Camera http://ow.ly/1bYrcW
  • Time Warner Cable Defends Streaming to iPad - NYTimes.com http://ow.ly/4pmoF
  • YouTube Blog: 33 million streams in 189 countries around the world: The YouTube Symphony Orchestra Grand Finale http://ow.ly/4pmmd
  • Method & Craft http://ow.ly/4ashz Consider this site the DVD extras of design.
  • C3 Research Memo (2010): Online Advertising - The New Magic by Ravi Inukonda with Daniel Pereira http://ow.ly/4lXNI
  • Sleep Quality May Be Tied to Covert Brain Wave | Wired.com http://ow.ly/4arMr
  • Delivering the Speech of Your Life - Dan Pallotta - Harvard Business Review http://ow.ly/4alQX
  • Why Man Creates by Saul Bass, 1968http://ow.ly/1bXLXm
  • SelectOut | Open Online Privacy - opt out of being tracked online http://ow.ly/4owFY /via @brainpicker
  • 60 speakers in 60 minutes- today during The Future of Marketing micro-conference webcast at 1pm EST:http://ow.ly/4oGBu
  • Amazon Unveils Cloud-Based Music Servicehttp://ow.ly/4oGhZ Getting there before Apple’s rumored “music locker.”
  • JavaScript Creator And Mozilla CTO Brendan Eich To Advise Ajax.org http://ow.ly/4oFZf
  • Unarmed but still Dangerous - Dealing with Internet Trolls - the Cognitive Therapy Approachhttp://ow.ly/4adhi
  • Enhancing Music Albums for the iPad - NYTimes.com http://ow.ly/4oaVO
  • Internet Architect Paul Baran Dies at 84 | Wired.comhttp://ow.ly/4o8mw
  • 35+ Usability Resources for Web Designers – DesignM.ag http://ow.ly/4adwI
  • Typography Deconstructed | A comprehensive guide to the anatomy of type. http://ow.ly/48YzQ
  • From the first email through the WELL and USENET: a pre-history of social networking http://ow.ly/4nThi
  • Mind vs. Machine - The Atlantic http://ow.ly/48Qmb When technology changes what it means to be human.
  • The Music Box - What happens when a great dancer writes, directs and performs in a short filmhttp://ow.ly/1bX4Ph
  • Examining The Design Process: Clichés and Idea Generation - Smashing Magazine http://ow.ly/446Mk
  • Who Do You Follow? - 140 Best Twitter Feeds - TIME http://ow.ly/4nKkg

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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