The Week's Links (3/18/12)

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

  • Five things (What I Learned This Week)
  • Ex-employees of Google, Goldman Sachs, and Yahoo have their say
  • Whole brain creativity
  • The new economics of
  • 10 Ways Your Brain and Feelings Influence Each Other
  • Vulnerability (A TED Remix): Daring Updated, perfect Friday afternoon viewing.
  • The Genius Who Invented Brunch
  • Collected Wisdom: 25 Bits of Advice on Making Ideas Happen
  • You Call that a Punctuation Mark?! The Interrobang Celebrates its 50th
  • David Lynch on Finding Ideas
  • The Social Map - NYC branding Reminds me of /via @qpslgs
  • Project Re: Brief by Google Re-imagining classic ads for the web.
  • Ballet In Advertising
  • The Co.Create Virtual Panel: Brand
  • How To Manufacture Desire
  • Leonardo da Vinci’s Resume
  • Leonard Bernstein’s Masterful Lectures on Music (11+ Hours of Video Recorded in 1973)
  • Unlimited Vacation Doesn’t Create Slackers—It Ensures Productivity
  • Berliner Philharmoniker: Instruments From The Inside
  • Ha! Happy Pi Day. I should’ve posted this
  • New research finds a work of musical theater can impact the way audiences think about a social issue.
  • After 244 Years, Encyclopaedia Britannica Stops the Presses The future is here.
  • Creativity Top 5: March 13, 2012
  • Education friends check out the newTED-Ed: Short lessons for teachers and students to spark curiosity
  • Weird, or just different?
  • Steal Like an Artist: Creativity in the Age of the Remix
  • Marvel offering free digital downloads with physical comic purchases Best of both worlds.
  • An idea is only as great as the movement it effects. /via @leeclowsbeard
  • The Art of the Dumb Question
  • Easy As Pie
  • Khan Academy Enters Next Era With iPad
  • Listen To Cake Topple Your Brain
  • 10 Ways To Fix The Agency Pitch
  • Are Smartphones Changing What It Means to be Human?
  • Whether the glass is half full or half empty depends on who you’re selling it to. /via @leeclowsbeard
  • 12 Famous Book Titles That Come From
  • Animated GIFs: The Birth of a Medium - PBS Arts: Off Book

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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