The Week's Links (1.15.12)

All the links posted to Facebook and Twitter this week: 

  • Obama Administration Responds to We the People Petitions on SOPA and Online Piracy | The White House
  • How crossword puzzles mess with your
  • New research finds we’re better able to identify genuinely creative ideas when they’ve emerged from the unconscious.
  • Damn: Cognitive decline sets in as early as
  • The Joy of Books : Organizing the
  • The Willpower Trick because willpower is incredibly feeble.
  • One Minute With | Awesome Interviews with Awesome Designers Great stories.
  • Check out Raven’s free Google Analytics Configuration Tool
  • To Know, but Not Understand: David Weinberger on Science and Big
  • Fotoshop by Adobé, A Satirical Look at the Beauty Industry
  • Why Aren't Computer Programming Languages Designed Better?
  • Conductor stops concert due to loud ringing phone. I love tech but you go to a concert you turn your phone off, please.
  • Branding 10,000 Lakes: One Minnesota Lake. One Logo. Every day. By
  • The Complete History Of Art References In The Simpsons Love this.
  • TED2012 speaker lineup revealed. It's a great lineup.
  • Greek national gallery robbed of Picasso, Mondrian
  • The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: Opening Credits
  • 50 Classic Automobile Typography Some amazing designs.
  • Legendary Copywriter Steve Hayden Retires at Ogilvy
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 27: Christopher Goffard tracks love in flight
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 26: Moehringer KO’s a mystery
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 25: Nick Paumgarten’s tower of terror
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 24: Gay Talese on Joe DiMaggio
  • “Why’s this so good?” No. 23: William Langewiesche’s voice of experience
  • Terry Gilliam: On Ideas, Unlearning & Avoiding Debt
  • 150 Reasons to Mourn Target and Wieden + Kennedy's Split
  • .@StevenLevy questions: Has Google Popped the Filter Bubble? with comment from @elipariser
  • Google introduces Search, plus Your World, toggle between your filters and the rest of the world in your search results....
  • PepsiCo's CEO Indra Nooyi shares 5 points to deal with Uncertainty
  • The Harvard Business Review List of Audacious Ideas
  • Did you know David Bowie spent a year working in advertising?
  • Google's Think Quarterly next issue, focused on Speed, is now online.
  • Creativity Top 5: January 9, 2012
  • Imagine few people left, internet barely working, what information could you download to ensure your survival?
  • Simple thoughts about fair use and Great tips from Seth Godin.
  • Animator Letters Project Words of wisdom from working animators to people just starting their careers.
  • Elementary, My Dear SOPA
  • Five Ways to Flip Your Classroom With The New York Times

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

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