The Week's Links (3/31/12)

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

  • Pollen Always Wins (What I Learned This Week)
  • Craig Mod on The Digital↔Physical: On building Flipboard for iPhone and Finding Edges for Our Digital Narratives
  • Smarthistory, a multimedia web-book about
  • How To SuperBetter Your Life With Epic Wins The Way Jane McGonigal Does
  • The “Pull To Refresh” Thing In iOS, Twitter Has A Patent On It Reminds me of this:
  • A Book Is Born
  • Google Partners With Pandora, AdWeek, NYDN On New Paywall ‘Substitute’
  • The Cost Of Creativity Further exploration of how creativity works by @jonahlehrer.
  • Logorama
  • A List Apart: Artistic Distance
  • Art organizations, tweet seats are not the solution, they are a symptom of a larger problem.
  • As his invention celebrates its 20th anniversary, Nathaniel Borenstein explains the email attachment.
  • Authenticity in Pop Music: Computer Generated Miku Hatsune vs. Marketing Generated Lana Del Rey
  • Condoleeza Rice Makes the Case for Arts in Education | PBS Video
  • 10 Wonderful Short Stories to Read For Free Online
  • Nina Simone Feeling Good
  • The 5 Types of Work That Fill Your
  • Reinventing A News Channel For A Social Age—An ITV News Case Study
  • Art In The Era Of The Internet: The Impact of Kickstarter, Creative Commons & Creators Project
  • Behind the Scenes of “Metropolis”, Love this.
  • Terry Gilliam’s Debut Animated Film,
  • Creativity Top 5: March 27, 2012
  • Pixar President Ed Catmull on what makes a company creative
  • The Media Map: Who’s Reading What And Where Based on Bitly Data -
  • The Translucent Cloud: Balancing Privacy, Convenience
  • The Path To Smarter Creativity
  • Wow. Mozart piano composition uncovered in Austria
  • Fascinating. The New Yorker explores how an urban pop song is constructed.
  • BBH’s John Hegarty: Advertising is suffering from a creative deficit
  • The Idea Shop Is Open: Wired Launches Wired Opinion, daily insights, arguments and provocations from Wired thinkers
  • Have physicists discovered the evolutionary laws of language in Google’s library? The Birth and Death of Words
  • Who is Don?
  • The 140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2012 |
  • Opera house and modern art gallery to be built near Burj Khalifa, Dubai
  • Hide and Seek: Bipolar Disorder and
  • Fish: The Best App/Essay/Manifesto I’ve Seen In Years
  • Lessons from Google’s Project

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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