The Week's Links (3/11/12)

All the links posted to TwitterFacebook and Google+ this week: 

  • SXSW Interactive Live Streaming Eventsowl.li/9zflA
  • What Monkeys Teach Us about Assumptionsowl.li/9rrHl
  • Honeybees May Have Personality owl.li/9z496
  • Listen To Cake Topple Your Brain owl.li/9hYsI
  • Six-Legged Giant Finds Secret Hideaway, Hides For 80 Years owl.li/9rrDt Equally awed and disgusted by this.
  • Absolutely loving the recently launched The Creativity Post. Check it out. owl.li/9yMmm
  • Band promotes album with posters you can listen to via tin cans. Fantastically lo-fi.owl.li/9rnGK
  • Drunken Insights owl.li/1hVcbD
  • Docracy - Community provided and curated free Legal Documents owl.li/9rnCL /via @swissmiss
  • Responsive Layouts, Responsively Wireframedowl.li/9rnyW Great experiment, looking forward to see how it grows.
  • In 15 Minutes Ira Glass Will Make You A Better Storyteller owl.li/9hYru
  • How We Will Read: Craig Mod owl.li/9qVFy
  • How We Will Read: Laura Miller and Maud Newton owl.li/9qVEz
  • How We Will Read: an interview with @stevenbjohnson from the @findings blogowl.li/9qVBn
  • Android Design - Elements and templates for download. owl.li/9qUb4
  • Constructal Law: A Design Theory of Everythingowl.li/1hTIMW
  • Ten life-changing ideas under research at UK universities owl.li/9oiHT
  • 10 Ways Quantum Physics Will Change the World owl.li/9o7OQ
  • The Enlightening Bridge Between Art And Workowl.li/9hYqo
  • Public APIs availability Status - uptime and down time owl.li/9lLOV Great resource.
  • Shaking up everyday rituals may be a way to stimulate innovative thinking. owl.li/9lLL3
  • What Do You See? http://owl.li/1hSbMY
  • How New York Pay Phones Became Guerrilla Libraries owl.li/9lLvL
  • Creativity Top 5: Week of March 5, 2012owl.li/1hR3ST
  • A Creative Buzz: A moderate level of noise prompts more-creative thought owl.li/9lLrM
  • The Most Beautiful Video Not Of This Worldowl.li/9hYpy
  • Creating Future-Ready Content owl.li/9lL8z
  • Storytelling (A TED Remix) Updated with Pixar’s Andrew Stanton 2012 talk. owl.li/9unds
  • Pixar Minimal Posters owl.li/9lKV0
  • 5 Minutes on The Verge: Nicholas Feltonowl.li/9rryQ
  • Elizabeth Gilbert on creativity and saying no: The Paul Holdengraber Show owl.li/1hQGgm
  • 5 of the World’s Best-Designed™ Newspapers – The Society for News Design owl.li/9lF4h
  • The strange but extremely valuable science of how pedestrians behave owl.li/9lEa2
  • In Theory Frequently Means Inaction.owl.li/9hYnT
  • Original Creators: Wassily Kandinskyowl.li/9lDDG
  • The Three Little Pigs As Breaking News [Updated] owl.li/9r6tl
  • Inspiration vs. Imitation by Jessica Hischeowl.li/9lCVD
  • Vulnerability (A Mini TED Remix) owl.li/1hP5iH
  • Reviving dance on Broadway owl.li/9s3Ov
  • TED 2012: 10 innovations that could help shape a better world owl.li/9rrlV
  • MoMA’s Julia Hoffmann on Why Branding’s Future Is In-house owl.li/9lCHD
  • Visionary Star Wars Artist Ralph McQuarrie Dies at 82 owl.li/9ryCf

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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