The Week's Links (5/20/12)

All the links posted to Twitter and Facebook this week: 

  • Facebook: Running the world’s largest social network will be a technical and financial challenge as it grows. owl.li/aZgUW
  • Frans Johansson: The Secret Truth About Executing Great Ideas owl.li/9i0gM
  • How To Encourage Learning By Making “Smart Mistakes” owl.li/aZgS4
  • A List Apart: Responsive Images and Web Standards at the Turning Point owl.li/aZgPn
  • This looks like it’s going to be fun: Introducing The Monitor, Wired’s New Video Series About Pop Culture owl.li/aZiMc
  • An Intro to Metadata and Taxonomiesowl.li/aZgNq
  • It Turns Out There Is Accounting for Tasteowl.li/9i0ad
  • Tha’st a way to stand out: The World’s Greatest Cover Letter By Hunter S.Thompsonowl.li/aYrVg
  • Diane Ragsdale on Surviving the Culture Change owl.li/9i0fo
  • What’s responsive Web design all about?owl.li/aYrlx
  • The Brain is What We Do with It owl.li/aYqZo
  • Seth’s Blog: The quickest way to get things done and make change owl.li/aYrIq
  • Paulo Coelho’s Top 10 Tips for Writing Wellowl.li/aYqSE
  • Creativity Top 5 owl.li/1jOTwy
  • Pixar’s Randy Nelson on collaborationowl.li/aVvLQ
  • Coffee, is not just for caffeine anymore: Art in My Coffee owl.li/aW4eH
  • 6 Ways MIT’s Media Lab Envisions the Opera of the Future owl.li/aW4u8
  • So excited about this collaboration between MIT and Punchdrunk: Remote Theatrical Immersion, Extending Sleep No Moreowl.li/aW4Fx
  • Clever. FF Chartwell: a graph-making fontowl.li/aW1hm
  • Ha! Meet Pentametron, A Bot That Only Tweets In Iambic Pentameter owl.li/aW1c7Check out pentametron.com
  • Love this. The Illustrated 99% Conference 2012: An Epic Episode in Words & Pictures!owl.li/aW4rb
  • Cocktails with Stan Lee and Jane Espensonowl.li/1jOd7a
  • How Yahoo Killed Flickr and Lost the Internetowl.li/aVGV8
  • Logo Evolution of 25 Famous Brandsowl.li/aVw9N
  • 100 Geeks You Should Be Following on Twitter owl.li/aVvfP
  • Dieter Rams On Good Design As A Key Business Advantage owl.li/aVuP2
  • Do you know who Ma Jun is? He is #1 in Fast Company’s The 100 Most Creative People in Business 2012 owl.li/aVe36
  • Google’s head of news: Newspapers are the new Yahoo owl.li/aSw8z
  • Pixar’s Randy Nelson on collaborationowl.li/9i08W
  • Seattle library hides 1,000 books around town for young people to find owl.li/aSw6k
  • Love this: “Beautiful Dancers on the Town” Photo Gallery by Richard Calmes owl.li/aSvOt
  • Study: the bigger the font, the bigger the emotional response owl.li/aPGf9 /via @davepell

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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