The Week's Links (8.27.11)

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

  • The Job Jobs Did by Steven Heller - NYTimes.com owl.li/6eCjU A who’s who of designers share their thoughts on Jobs.
  • Social Media State-by-State Guide for Hurricane Irene - NYTimes.comowl.li/6evL5
  • Google’s Crisis Response Map: 2011 Hurricane Season owl.li/6eaZJ
  • Do Language and Music Mimic Nature?: Scientific American owl.li/5RzdA
  • Creepy robot head reads music and sings owl.li/6aVbK
  • 7 Must-See What’s My Line Episodes owl.li/5Q0nj Including Salvador Dali and Lucille Ball.
  • Hilarious Condom Commercial with Pixar-style Bloopers ow.ly/1epZDD
  • On The Creating And Sharing Of Awe ow.ly/1epXdx
  • Photos of Food Taken With An Electron Microscope owl.li/5Q0iv
  • Neuroskeptic: Is Sleep Brain Defragmentation? owl.li/6bkIp
  • Creative Idea Generator owl.li/6cKRo
  • Advertising and Marketing Psychology Infographic owl.li/5PZaV
  • On the future of Apple ow.ly/1epcBJ
  • Americans and Their Cell Phones | Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project owl.li/68N0g
  • Screenfly by QuirkTools — Test Your Website at Different Screen Resolutionsowl.li/5RBMN
  • Web Surfing Makes You Work Better, Study Says - WSJ.com owl.li/6bleE
  • The 50 Best Websites of 2011 - TIME owl.li/68N1E
  • Steve Jobs : Longreads owl.li/6cTzb A great collection of articles including the Playboy and Rolling Stone interviews.
  • 40 useful APIs for web designers and developers owl.li/5Rz8k
  • Apple, Katalyst and Martin Agency Alums Launch New S.F. Shopowl.li/6cSNF
  • New parents check out The Kid Should See This, a curated collection of appropriate web stuffs for kids owl.li/6cPTQ
  • New Study Explains Why Comic Sans Font So Hilarious ow.ly/1ep0Ru
  • Starlee Kine: What Making Ideas Happen Has To Do With Little Orphan Annie and Phil Collins ow.ly/1eoYiS
  • Apple Ads: Steve Jobs’ 10 Best Apple Advertisements owl.li/6cIWu
  • 21 New Media Innovators — Daily Intel owl.li/5Q0sZ
  • New Approaches To Designing Log-In Forms owl.li/6aZnI
  • Scientific American takes a look at Cities owl.li/6b2jt
  • The Google Puzzle owl.li/6bl36 In case you missed it before. Another HTML5 Chrome experiment.
  • Time-Saving and Educational Resources for Web Designers - Smashing Magazine owl.li/5Q0q3
  • Portal: No Escape, An Amazing Live-Action Short Film Based on the Game Portal ow.ly/1eoiPP
  • Steve Jobs Resigns as CEO of Apple owl.li/6c47d
  • Can’t Start, Won’t Start: Tricks for Overcoming Procrastination owl.li/5RFaI
  • Shakespeare on the Subway owl.li/6aVmU
  • New directions in advertising owl.li/6aUzC
  • Frida’s Corsets - made of plaster, she wore them all her life and used then as another canvas. owl.li/6bkVX
  • “Selected” is a series of animated gifs by Mike Guppy, in which the subjects of well-known paintings has been removed. owl.li/5Rz7y
  • Louboutin v YSL: Lay off my red-soled shoes owl.li/6b3Pq Can a color be a trademark?
  • Reconsidering the Artistic Director Model: Dance Company Looks to Past To Get to Future owl.li/6bkL6
  • The artistic director behind Sleep No More is blurring the lines between art and life with Punchdrunk Travel. owl.li/6b4Q2
  • Stanford D. School - An Introduction ow.ly/1enXT3
  • Jim Henson’s Fantastic World, A Traveling Smithsonian Exhibit owl.li/5Q0ga
  • Typeverything owl.li/5PJ5r
  • Why Transmedia Is like a Walk in Patagonia owl.li/6aZzi
  • Metropolitan Opera Demanded Blog Be Taken Down owl.li/6aV2T
  • Original Creators: Alfred Hitchcock owl.li/5RBQh
  • Innovations - A new blog by Smithsonian Magazine owl.li/68N9g
  • “Why’s This So Good?” No. 9: Herbert Muschamp builds a metaphorowl.li/6aOqq
  • From Technologist to Philosopher - Manage Your Career - The Chronicle of Higher Education owl.li/68LGA
  • InsideOut Episode 1 by Photographer & TED Prize winner JR ow.ly/1emYMn
  • Has plot driven out other kinds of story? owl.li/5PZ6U
  • How “Positive” Thinking Sets You Up To Fail | Fast Company owl.li/5PMM4
  • Creativity Top 5: August 22, 2011 ow.ly/1emaCC
  • The CSS of Design Storytelling: Context, Spine, and Structure :: UXmattersowl.li/5RzxU
  • Studying Creativity in the Age of Web 2.0: An interview with David Gauntlett (Part Three) owl.li/68PIi
  • Studying Creativity in the Age of Web 2.0: An interview with David Gauntlett (Part Two) owl.li/68PHG
  • Studying Creativity in the Age of Web 2.0: An Interview with David Gauntlett Part 1 owl.li/68PHz
  • Getting Creative Things Done: How To Fit Hard Thinking Into a Busy Schedule owl.li/5Q0zX
  • MIT Launches New Center for Mobile Learning - MIT Media Relationsowl.li/68NmF
  • Joshua Foer: OK-ness is the enemy of greatness ow.ly/1elYYd
  • How 50 Big Companies Got Their Names owl.li/5PPHe
  • The Future Issue - An Foreign Policy Special Report owl.li/68MWw
  • Hillman Curtis: On Reinvention and Taking the Courageous Path :: The 99 Percent owl.li/5Izae

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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