The Week's Links: 9/2/12

All the items posted to Facebook and Twitter this week:

  • Does exercise really help with depression?owl.li/deWwa
  • From the Smithsonian Collections: Famous Footwear owl.li/deTdR
  • The Once and Future Coffeehouses of Viennaowl.li/deT9s
  • The Architecture of Memory owl.li/deT5W
  • The Story of László Bíró, the Man Who Invented the Ballpoint Pen owl.li/deSXN
  • Why Free Time Frees Creativity: giving employees free time to experiment yields creative insights owl.li/deSWZ
  • Rick Poynor: The Never-ending Struggle against Clutter owl.li/deLPv
  • Drake equation: How many alien civilizations exist? owl.li/deJqC
  • Ha! Famous architects dressed as their buildings,1931 owl.li/deJkp
  • The Neuroscience of Creativity and Insightowl.li/deJ6Z
  • The 15 best tools for data visualisationowl.li/det81
  • The Future Of Storytelling: Immersion, Integration, Interactivity, Impact owl.li/desTG
  • Disney’s Interactive Plants Aren’t Just Magic. They’re Practical Magic. owl.li/desOd
  • Redesigning Highway Signs, To Talk To Your Smartphone owl.li/desEU
  • Chris Chabris: When Intuition Failsowl.li/deOMc
  • Ira Glass: By the Book owl.li/desum
  • NYTimes Thinks Hollywood Films Are Killing Opera owl.li/deshn
  • Rovers Are From Mars: How Curiosity Is Killing It On Twitter owl.li/des8D
  • Choreographers Explore New Brooklyn Academy of Music Stage owl.li/dnjHP
  • The Walt Disney Company [is] building a chain of language schools in China. owl.li/derFZ
  • Anxious? Depressed? Literate? Try Bibliotherapy owl.li/derB1
  • Brian Eno: A Sandbox In Alphaville By Lester Bangs. A previously unpublished, 20,000-word interview. owl.li/derdk /via @longform
  • The Reading Edge Series – A group of fonts for small sizes on screens. Great site.owl.li/deqSq
  • Instagram for Business: Case studies of how brands are using the service. owl.li/deqGx
  • Ha! Water Wigs: high speed pics of balloons exploding on people's heads owl.li/deqje
  • 10 Tips For Success From George Lois, The Original Mad Man owl.li/deq3X
  • What Your App Usage Tells Advertisersowl.li/depCw
  • Want To Make A Great First Impression? Try Giving a Damn owl.li/depur
  • Punchdrunk and how to "Sleep No More"owl.li/deOKT
  • Inside the Science That Plays Your Brain Like a Videotape owl.li/depfL
  • Why Immersion In Storytelling Is Not Wasted Time owl.li/1md4HW
  • Useful Legal Documents For Designers (PDF/DOC) owl.li/deo4c
  • Who inherits your iTunes library? owl.li/denQi
  • Finding Your Tone Of Voice owl.li/denNo
  • Jaron Lanier: What It Means to be Humanowl.li/denCw
  • A Vision for the Future of Newspapers from 20 Years Ago owl.li/denrk /via @Coudal
  • Plot Device - inexpensive short film thats puts mega movies to shame owl.li/deOIf
  • Versions of Stoppard: More Intelligent Life's fantastic profile of Tom Stoppard owl.li/denbE
  • Scott Adams: Creativity and Memoryowl.li/1mbTZ7
  • The Undeniable Allure of Potentialowl.li/den4K
  • Why novelists need scientists, and vice versaowl.li/demVX
  • Gene Kelly: The Marlon Brando Of Screen Dance, 100 Years On owl.li/demEq
  • Tchaikovsky on the Paradox of Patronage and Creative Purpose vs. Commissioned Workowl.li/demyc
  • Behind The Year's Most Talked-About (Gun-Free) Game, "Unfinished Swan" owl.li/demvV
  • White House commits open source code on Github owl.li/demrY
  • You never know. Connecting the dots: How @jasonfried's opinion made it into the New York Times owl.li/delU6
  • Steven Heller on a Paul Rand Significant Collection owl.li/dejmU
  • Original Creators: Performance Art Pioneer Allan Kaprow owl.li/dejdE
  • The 8 Most Incredible Stop-Motion Animation Music Videos From The Past Decadeowl.li/dej7I
  • How Do We Create Cultures of Creativity: Festival of Ideas (Video)‏ owl.li/deOGJ
  • The 10 principles of mobile interface designowl.li/deiXh
  • Under the hood: Rebuilding Facebook for iOSowl.li/dei6j
  • Yes! Cookie Monster's Famous Sugar Cookie Dough Recipe owl.li/dehIf
  • Tim Carmody on the Past, Present and Future of Reading owl.li/1maN7G
  • Video of protein movement within a neuron shows how our brains renew themselvesowl.li/degY9
  • Improvise intelligently: What Film Crews Can Teach You About Running A Businessowl.li/degh6
  • Fascinating: An Oral History of Burning Man, the Biggest, Weirdest, Most Clothing-Optional Desert Carnival on the Planet...
  • Creativity Top 5: August 27, 2012owl.li/1mahHG
  • Art 101: How to Pronounce Artists' Namesowl.li/ded7O
  • How Paperbacks Transformed the Way Americans Read owl.li/ded6m
  • Transmedia Hollywood 2: Visual Culture & Design, Panel Videos owl.li/deOEM
  • So great: Artist Creates Sculptures From Classic Children’s Books, Characters Come Alive owl.li/ded2a
  • The Link Between Quietness And Productivityowl.li/ded0y
  • Three (Incredibly Simple) Questions The Most Successful People Use To Change The Worldowl.li/decV6
  • Questions we ask before we trust your new idea owl.li/decrK
  • Gareth Kay: Brand Building in a Digital Ageowl.li/1m9HBf
  • Punchdrunk's Felix Barrett: On Pushing the Limits of Curiosity and Comfort Zonesowl.li/dbUng
  • CultureLab: What popular science books have changed the world? owl.li/dbU0Q
  • How Steve Jobs' Love of Simplicity Fueled A Design Revolution owl.li/dbTjW
  • Ai Wei Wei on His Favorite Artists, Living in New York and Why the Government is Afraid of Him owl.li/dbTaR
  • Scientists Invent Oxygen Particle That If Injected, Allows You To Live Without Breathingowl.li/deY5c

Recommended This Week:

Art is Work
By Milton Glaser
Drawing is Thinking
By Milton Glaser
100 Ideas that Changed Graphic Design
By Steven Heller, Veronique Vienne
Saul Bass: A Life in Film and Design
By Jennifer Bass, Pat Kirkham
 

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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