The Week's Links (9.25.11)

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

  • Estimating the Damage to the U.S. Economy Caused by Angry Birdsowl.li/6vG5E
  • Spoilers: The Future According To Films owl.li/6tEl8
  • Letter of recommendation for 16 year old Orson Welles “He is talented to the point of genius” owl.li/6tAE9
  • Live Action, Tilt-Shift, Miniatures & CGI All Seamlessly Featured In Reseau Ferre de France Spot owl.li/6CEFh
  • The Psychology Of Yogurt owl.li/6xBkW Trust your gut.
  • Emigre type specimen catalogs now available as PDFs owl.li/6BOmP
  • The Neuroscience of Success owl.li/6rm08
  • Facebook’s New Strategy to Turn Eyeballs Into Influence - NYTimes.comowl.li/6CFME
  • Live Action, Tilt-Shift, Miniatures & CGI All Seamlessly Featured In Reseau Ferre de France Spot owl.li/1eNR2g
  • Urbanized: A Documentary Film by Gary Hustwit owl.li/6CpJ7 Looking forward to it. Wish @gary_hustwit would do “Branded” doc next.
  • Burberry Tweets Fall Collection Before Models Hit Runway owl.li/6CofT
  • Speed of light ‘broken’ by scientists owl.li/6Ci09
  • The Planner Survey 2011 | Buy me, I’ll change your life owl.li/6xoCJ
  • Minute Physics, One Minute Animations That Explain Physics Conceptsowl.li/6xoHN
  • State Of The Internet 2011 owl.li/6BRH6
  • Joi Ito, Director at MIT Media Lab, Discusses The Changing Meaning Of Leadership With Errol Morris owl.li/1eNgUg
  • State Of The Internet 2011 owl.li/6xovG
  • Smashing WordPress - Coding WordPress-based websites owl.li/6zDHe
  • How Tech Is Changing the Museum Experience owl.li/6BRlT
  • FitVids.JS - A lightweight, easy-to-use jQuery plugin for fluid width video embeds. owl.li/6zDfR
  • 9 MIT Media Lab Ideas That Are Changing Lives (or Will Soon) owl.li/6vRZM
  • What does an infant’s affinity to Apple say about how technology affects us and our daily lives? owl.li/6BNY0
  • How Shakespearean are you? owl.li/6BSiJ
  • Advertising Week is right around the corner (Oct 3-7). owl.li/6BNhe
  • In Co.Design’s 50 Most Influential Designers, Where’s The Social Design?owl.li/6BMUM
  • CultureLab: Björk: I was always a bit of a nerd owl.li/6BMqZ
  • Why the fax machine refuses to die owl.li/6rgGP
  • The best changes IT can make: top 5 Ars Technica reader suggestionsowl.li/6BFqB
  • Creativity Top 5: September 19, 2011 owl.li/1eMATj
  • How Will Shortz Edits a New York Times Crossword Puzzle owl.li/6vS9q
  • Original Creators: David Bowie | The Creators Project owl.li/6tETU
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 12: Ian Frazier digs into piggery owl.li/6zF3f
  • PBS Arts: Off Book - Episode 5: Hacking Art & Culture with F.A.T. Labowl.li/1eM5mF
  • All About What Makes Photos Great? - LIFE owl.li/6rgA0
  • Merrill Brockway’s ‘Dance in America’ for New Generation owl.li/6xMCd
  • The science of the trailer - why some trailers are better than the movie.owl.li/6rcwD
  • Setting Boundaries & Saying No… Nicely owl.li/6vS5r
  • An Article of Faith for Marketers: Place No Faith in Articles - WSJ.comowl.li/6vRr9
  • Why Some Languages Sound So Much Faster than Others owl.li/6tENG
  • MacArthur Foundation Announces Winners of ‘Genius’ Awards - NYTimes.com owl.li/6zCQw
  • All About Fonts‽ Simon Garfield’s Just My Type owl.li/1eKXgw
  • Radiolab: An Appreciation by Ira Glass owl.li/6zxiQ And speaking of Radiolab.
  • MacArthur Genius Grants Announced, Radiolab Host Among Recipientsowl.li/6zxbJ
  • WSJ Social, For a World Where Facebook Is the New Internet owl.li/6zwpuWSJ launches Facebook app.
  • The art of craft: the rise of the designer-maker owl.li/6rcCY
  • How To Collaborate Without Killing Someone owl.li/6vBZ0
  • Imagination: Creating the Future of Education & Work owl.li/6tErD
  • The Dark Art of Pricing, must-read by Jessica Hische owl.li/6riFS
  • The Conjuring Arts Research Center, A Real Life Hogwarts owl.li/1eK0jb
  • 20 theater shows to see this fall - Time Out New York owl.li/6xMsO
  • Zero Hour Bus Tours: aural theatre wakes up on the night bus owl.li/6rcBp

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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