The Week's Links: 8/5/12

All the links shared on Twitter and Facebook this week:

  • Chef Eric Ripert on How to Build a Classic Brand owl.li/cH5Lr
  • The Creative And Business Lessons Of The Mars Rover owl.li/cJEPi
  • A Week In The Life Of Chef Adam Keough, Preparing For A James Beard Foundation Dinner owl.li/cH4rZ
  • Bill would force patent trolls to pay defendants’ legal bills owl.li/cH3f1
  • Japan and the fax: A love affair. In Japan, a country with a hi-tech reputation, the fax is thriving. owl.li/cGYeA
  • Dare Mighty Things: Curiosity's Seven Minutes of Terror owl.li/1lOttL
  • The History (And Artistic De-Evolution) of Patent Drawings owl.li/cGY08
  • JK Rowling novel withheld from foreign publishers over piracy fears owl.li/cGXvj
  • Why You Should Care About Jonah Lehrer’s Great Fall owl.li/1lOqrH
  • Oxford University launched an appeal to make the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays available online. owl.li/cGXet
  • 35 Modern Words Recently Added to the Dictionary owl.li/cGRYW
  • Does Helping Others Hurt Your Creativity? The Cost of Interruption owl.li/cDwXh
  • Introducing Ad Age's YouTube Original Channel Tracker owl.li/cHvun
  • paidContent 50: The world’s most successful digital media companies owl.li/cDuL7
  • Patton Oswalt’s Letters to Both Sides: Brilliant advice for comics, creatives. And the gatekeepers. owl.li/cD4D5
  • We are getting to a point when data can predict who will love a song owl.li/cD2pV
  • Original Creators: The Father Of Public-Access Television, George C. Stoney owl.li/cCif4
  • 25 Twitter Accounts That Will Make You Smarter owl.li/cChPc
  • The History Of English In 10 Minutes. Delightful. owl.li/cChFA
  • 11 Notable Medalists in the Olympic Art Competitions owl.li/cCgHQ
  • How I hacked my brain with Adderall: a cautionary tale owl.li/cCfYD
  • Three Minute Manifesto: Cindy Gallop on what advertising needs right now owl.li/cA2Nu
  • Marguerite Perret on Art, Science & Collaboration owl.li/cCeLI
  • The First Company To Build Your Identity Into Your Phone Wins The Next Decadeowl.li/cCeza
  • First map of the human brain reveals a simple, grid-like structure between neuronsowl.li/cCep1
  • Monocle interviews Alain de Botton about The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work. owl.li/cCelK
  • Financial Times digital subscriptions surpass print circulation globally owl.li/cCea5
  • The Strawberry Fields Forever Demos: The Making of a Beatles Classic (1966) Fantasticowl.li/cCe0t
  • Laura Lang Rethinks Magazines for Time Inc.’s Digital Audience owl.li/cCdQK
  • An early religious painting by Goya is to be sold in Zurich next month after hanging for 80 years unrecognisedowl.li/cEyxt
  • Tiffany & Co. Commissions Street Artists To Update Their NYC Storefront owl.li/cEyqe
  • Frida Kahlo on display in the ‘Gallery of Lost Art’ owl.li/cCcWs
  • Love this poster of currencies around the world. owl.li/cCcSp
  • The Lost Scripts, Part III: Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods owl.li/cCbLY
  • Rare books discovered in hidden cupboard in a Scottish library. owl.li/cAyyO
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley Frets About Information Overload ... in 1821 owl.li/cAy3O
  • In Search of Haruki Murakami, Japan’s Great Postmodernist Novelist owl.li/cA6Sc
  • Serious Play: Century of the Child - a conversation between children and toy designers. owl.li/cA5wf
  • Study: People who engage in cultural events are less stressed owl.li/cA2Ma
  • Ursula K. Le Guin: Still Battling the Powers That Be owl.li/cA5aV
  • How to improve teaching: New evidence that poor teachers can learn to be good ones.owl.li/cA58V
  • What Is the Nocebo Effect? owl.li/cA56R
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson: Columbus Landing in America Was the Most Important Event in Human History owl.li/cA4Lu
  • Rare 1933 Film: The Great Storyteller Rudyard Kipling on Truth in Writing owl.li/cA4EP
  • "Discovering Dad" aka delving into Terry Gilliam's personal archive (by his daughter @hollydubois) So, so good. owl.li/cA4x6
  • How Language Shapes Your Organization - Kevin Allen owl.li/cA3X7
  • Great collection of design quotes compiled by LukeWowl.li/cA3AS
  • Martin Scorsese's Film School: The 85 Films You Need To See To Know Anything About Film owl.li/cA3tn
  • The New York Times Is Now Supported by Readers, Not Advertisers owl.li/cA2V1
  • Why Thinking of Others Improves Our Creativity owl.li/cA2U8
  • PopSpots - The exact Spots where famous events of Pop culture took place. Cool.owl.li/cA1KJ
  • The Buying Brain: Secrets for Selling to the Subconscious Mind By A.K. Pradeep owl.li/cA2Ez
  • The Branded Mind: What Neuroscience Really Tells Us about the Puzzle of the Brain and the Brand By Erik Du Plessis owl.li/cA2C5
  • Brand Atlas: Branding Intelligence Made Visible By Alina Wheeler, Joel Katzhttp://owl.li/cA2yZ
  • The Age of Persuasion: How Marketing Ate Our Culture By Terry O'Reilly, Mike Tennant owl.li/cA2wM

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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