The Week's Links (9.9.11)

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

  • Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sleep (But Were Too Afraid To Ask) owl.li/6g39W
  • Don’t Overthink It: 5 Tips for Daily Decision-Making owl.li/6qabL
  • Why the chicken crossed the road? The Behavioural Economist knowsowl.li/6pXXk
  • Crittervision: See like a bee owl.li/6b5CY
  • A chicken and egg thing ow.ly/1eCnta
  • Stealing the Mona Lisa: A Minute-by-Minute Account of the World’s Most Famous Art Theft, A Century After the Fact owl.li/6b59T
  • Researchers report literature depicting aggression can make you violent. And you thought games were bad. owl.li/6pZ45
  • Should English be the official language of academic research? - Inside Higher Ed owl.li/6pYR9
  • New interview and book from Maurice Sendak, ‘Bumble-Ardy’ owl.li/6pVXI
  • ‘Mona Lisa’: More mysterious than her smile owl.li/6aUHv
  • Michael Hart, inventor of the ebook, dies aged 64 owl.li/6psPT
  • Don’t Fear the Internet, basic HTML & CSS for non-web designers.owl.li/6cToK
  • 1000 things to do in NYC - Google Maps owl.li/6c9DI
  • Mirror, mirror: NYTimes wants to serve you info as you’re brushing your teethowl.li/6lQ8O
  • The Sacrifice of Going From Scroll to Codex to Screen ow.ly/1eBqDl
  • Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. owl.li/6aTiW
  • Make Photoshop Faster: 2 little tips to help speed up the tool web designers love to hate. owl.li/5TqMk
  • British Journal of Photography comes to the iPad owl.li/6ojgo
  • Vision Without Obstruction: What We Learn From Steve Jobs owl.li/6ojjd
  • Apple and designer Jonathan Ive star in German museum exhibit, bookowl.li/6oiMW
  • Remembering Paul Rand: Observatory: Design Observer owl.li/6hdyU
  • Henry Ford, Innovation, and That “Faster Horse” Quote owl.li/6gJBd
  • PBS Arts: Off Book - Episode 4: Steampunk ow.ly/1eApib
  • The History of Times New Roman owl.li/6d2hN
  • Punchdrunk follows Sleep No More with “… and darkness descended” in collaboration with PlayStation. owl.li/6nwII Augmented Gaming.
  • ‘Sleep No More’ Is Theater Embedded With Dancers owl.li/6nwfE If in NY, it’s extended until Oct. 14. Seriously, go.
  • Infographic Of The Day: Why Should You Care About Typography?owl.li/6aIad
  • Creativity Top 5: September 6, 2011 ow.ly/1ezJs1
  • The Lost Art Of Design Etiquette owl.li/6g25V
  • Are books dead, and can authors survive? owl.li/6aZha
  • Paola Antonelli on Design as the Interface Between Progress and Humanityow.ly/1ezoFa
  • The new marketing model: Peer index marketing owl.li/6aVLp
  • When the Color Is Primary, or how to market a play called Red about Rothko.owl.li/6m5XU
  • Transmedia 202: Further Reflections owl.li/68POY
  • Transmedia Storytelling 101 owl.li/68POh
  • Quantum minds: Why we think like quarks owl.li/6mmlR
  • Gaudí may have used psychiatric hospital to test designs owl.li/6aVh9
  • Co:Collective Founders Launch Coworking Space “Grind” In Heart Of NYC Startup Scene owl.li/6kKaZ
  • Concert experiments with all-mobile ticketing owl.li/6aUVy
  • What Would An Advertising World Without Direct Mail Look Like?owl.li/6lPZD Relevant ? as USPS gets close to default.
  • Ben Fry, Information Designer owl.li/6aUQL
  • Steve Jobs and the Eureka Myth owl.li/6lMmF
  • The 10 coolest book apps for fall – USATODAY.com owl.li/6lGH4
  • Why You Can’t Buy Creativity owl.li/62

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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