The Week's Links (4/15/12)

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

  • What NYC and Beijing Would Look Like, Without All The People. Fascinating video.owl.li/acfZg
  • The Age Of Insight owl.li/a91Ix
  • The Past and Future Histories of Books: An Interview with Ted Striphas owl.li/a91QC
  • Just Do It & Make It Count owl.li/1iL4zs
  • CultureLab: The matter of your brainowl.li/a8Zax
  • 10 Crazy and Unusual Book Designsowl.li/ac6A9
  • How We Will Read: Exploring the Future of Books with Clay Shirky owl.li/acels
  • Carol Dweck’s Attitude About Intelligenceowl.li/9hZ6p
  • Ten reasons why you shouldn’t text during a live performance. Culture City: WSJ.comowl.li/abJwU
  • Is “Texts From Hillary” Art? owl.li/1iJpGp
  • The most inspiring new art is visualized information: The Art of Data Visualizationowl.li/abIXF
  • Savant Daniel Tammet on plasticity, Autism, Asperger’s syndrome, and popular myths.owl.li/abF4m
  • James Fowler - 10 points on the science of spreading the word owl.li/abDoi
  • 360° Color: A Peek Inside Pantone owl.li/9hZ5c
  • Instagram, Facebook, and China : The New Yorker owl.li/abBOf
  • Tiny Billboards Made Of Blocks Advertise Legoland Vacations owl.li/a95tT More lego goodness.
  • On Conducting, Motion Capture And The Maestro’s Mojo owl.li/1iHMcH
  • Are movie trailers better than the movies they sell? owl.li/acJZ9
  • Your Words Determine your Perspectiveowl.li/a91iG
  • What we learnt from prototyping ITV Newsowl.li/a91uH
  • Paula Scher on Failure owl.li/9hZ3R
  • N.E.A. Is Said to Cut Aid to PBS Arts Shows:owl.li/abJkz If you like Downton Abbey support PBS.
  • Education requires persuasion: Fantastic insight from Neil deGrasse Tyson owl.li/a91t8
  • Creative Time: On Making Art Happen and Pushing Culture Forward owl.li/a91k1
  • The next book from A Book Apart is out. Mike Monteiro (@Mike_FTW) “Design Is A Job”. Looking forward to reading it. owl.li/abunD
  • Start With The Supposition That People Don’t Make Sense: David Chang on The Paul Holdengraber owl.li/1iH4Rm
  • Creativity and Human Reasoning During Decision-Making owl.li/a91ei
  • Creativity Top 5: April 9, 2012 owl.li/1iGF9u
  • An Invocation for Beginnings. Turning the dial from 0 to 1. Ze Frank Is Back! owl.li/1iGF9z
  • Richard Dare: Paradise Lost: Can We Keep Nonprofits From Failing? owl.li/a93yt
  • A timely identity for Grand Central’s 100th yearowl.li/a914F
  • Test Your Creativity: 5 Classic Creative Challenges owl.li/a91lX
  • Great Designers Steal by Jeff Veen owl.li/9hZ3a
  • Immersion 101: How Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More Turns Theater on Its Ear owl.li/a8Zob
  • Ze Frank: The Shift From 0 To 1, What Is Creativity? owl.li/1iGkz5
  • Jonathan Harris’ Cowbird: A Wikipedia for life’s meaningful moments owl.li/a8Z8J
  • What Scientists Can Learn From Balletowl.li/a91fz
  • Setting Boundaries & Saying No… Nicelyowl.li/a8Z4G

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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