The Week's Links: September 30, 2012

All the items posted to Facebook and Twitter this week:

  • Proof: What I Learned This Week owl.li/2srqX0
  • Fascinating: WSJ looks at how Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Netflix say sorryowl.li/e6gnl
  • Inside Paul Allen's Quest To Reverse Engineer The Brain owl.li/dUZtv
  • JWT Answers 'Advertising Is Dead' Cry With Mock Funeral During Advertising Weekowl.li/e6ecl
  • Beautiful: 2012 winners - Astronomy Photographer of the Year owl.li/dUZfi
  • How the 8.5" x 11" Piece of Paper Got Its Sizeowl.li/dUZ5N
  • Introducing Magic and Good Madness: A Neil Gaiman Reread owl.li/dUWmn
  • How I learned to love immersive theatreowl.li/dUW8z
  • Discovered: Lord Byron’s Copy of Frankenstein Signed by Mary Shelleyowl.li/dUVdc
  • Design Thinking for Social Good: An Interview with David Kelley owl.li/dUOVO
  • Neal Stephenson on the Future of Books and the Ubiquity of Gadgets owl.li/dUOrp
  • Generative App From Brian Eno Makes Music That Thinks For Itself owl.li/dUIZJ
  • 150 Essential Science and Tech Reads compiled by The Electric Typewriterowl.li/dUIvT
  • Melissa: The Power of Love, 350,000 Post-Its Animation owl.li/dUVMC
  • Further adventures in nanotypographyowl.li/dUIkZ
  • W3C announces plan to deliver HTML 5 by 2014, HTML 5.1 in 2016 owl.li/dUIeF
  • Necessary: AskPatents.com- A Stack Exchange To Prevent Bad Patents owl.li/dUIch
  • And speaking of maps: Clever Google Maps Manipulations by Christoph Niemannowl.li/e4jN0
  • Who Invented The Internet? We Did.owl.li/2spIgD
  • Is slang the natural evolution of language, or just a ginormous trickeration of all that is sensible? owl.li/dUGjR
  • Long-lost Agatha Christie piece, commissioned to promote British crime fiction, finally available owl.li/dUGdt
  • Paul Krugman and the Economics of Booksowl.li/dUG61
  • These are so great: 10 NASA Self-Portraitsowl.li/dUFLM
  • How the ampersand came from a misunderstanding owl.li/dUFzi
  • The Creators Project Launches YouTube Channel. Will Premiere Artworks, Short Films, And Music Videos owl.li/dUFtb
  • The Inspiration Issue of NYT Magazine is out with insights from many creatives. owl.li/e35y2
  • SocialSamba's Aaron Williams on Hashtag Killer, working with USA, and that interactive Emmy owl.li/dUDEd
  • Instagram Beats Twitter In Daily Mobile Users for the First Time owl.li/e34yd
  • The Unsung Art Of Patent Drawingsowl.li/dRT6H
  • Google's Astro Teller on Innovation at Singularity University owl.li/dUVLX
  • Google launches Creative Sandbox. A showcase of marketing campaigns that blend creative genius with digital innovation.owl.li/dRy3Y
  • Why Fighting For Our Ideas Makes Them Better owl.li/dRxqg
  • Amazing: Technological mandalas made from soldered computer components owl.li/dOEfN
  • Design Wants to Be Free owl.li/2sotBX
  • Print Ad For The CW To Feature Tiny Screen With Live Twitter Feed owl.li/e2fJv
  • Vintage Photographs From Inside 10 Famous Libraries owl.li/dOD9g
  • CultureLab: Meet Marco Tempest, magicking up new technologies owl.li/dOADu
  • What Comes After The Touchscreen? Here are five experts' thoughts. owl.li/dOgrm
  • Even J. K. Rowling Has To Deal With Fear And Change owl.li/2snxXP
  • What was Kurt Vonnegut like in class as a teacher? Find out: owl.li/dNVq0 /via @Coudal
  • PBS Arts: Off Book - Episode 2: Typographyowl.li/dUVL6
  • Joss Whedon followed up The Avengers with a Shakespeare film. What you can learn from that act of creative recharging. owl.li/dNV3w
  • An Annotated Charlie Chaplin Filmography — 82 Films with Links to Videos owl.li/dNOUZ
  • More bee awesomeness: they can alter their genetics at will. owl.li/dNLW2
  • Creativity Top 5: September 25, 2012owl.li/2sndvR
  • A collection of classic film noir posters.owl.li/dNLNM /via @Coudal
  • Ever wonder what coffee, red licorice and an oreo look like under an electron microscope?owl.li/dNAAj
  • PBS Arts: Off Book - Episode 1: Light Paintingowl.li/dUVJX
  • The digital doesn't annihilate the analog, and the business card creativity proves it.owl.li/dNwfG
  • You Won't Need a Driver's License by 2040owl.li/dNkLR
  • The Future of The City owl.li/dNkHz
  • Prehistoric Animated Cave Drawings Discovered In France owl.li/dMS8i
  • Michael Bierut on 2012 Presidential Campaign Graphics owl.li/dYCPJ
  • The History Kitchen: History of Sushiowl.li/dKOf8
  • 100 Most Influential Women in Advertising - Advertising Age owl.li/dXLvI
  • Banished Words owl.li/2smKEm
  • Property Numbers: A Flickr collection of great property signs. owl.li/dYubh
  • This Is Responsive: Tips, Resources and Patterns for Responsive Web Designowl.li/dKBWj
  • How Tolstoy Learned to Ride a Bike, and Other Tales of Late-Life Learning owl.li/dKzne
  • Our Storytelling Minds: Do We Ever Really Know What’s Going on Inside? owl.li/dKxiP
  • The Time Douglas Adams Met Jim Hensonowl.li/dKxgu
  • Photography Snapshot: The Power of Lensesowl.li/dKmCE
  • Mapping the smells, taste, and sound of a cityowl.li/dKmBs
  • Move, Eat, Learn - A Philosophy for Life in 3 Short Films owl.li/dUVJ4
  • The Top 5 Qualities of Productive Creatives (And How to Identify Them!) owl.li/dK1VW
  • McSweeney Strikes Again: A Candid Proposal from an Advertising Firm’s Creative Director.owl.li/dVpef
  • Bob Dylan's Great White Wonder: The Story of the World's First Album Leak owl.li/dK1pz
  • CERN’s Higgs boson discovery passes peer review, becomes actual science owl.li/dK0hy
  • Rethinking Sleep owl.li/2slyXE
  • Continuing with great work: The Public Theater 2012-13 Season Campaignowl.li/dK0cO
  • The Key to Creating Remarkable Thingsowl.li/dK00Z
  • The Rules of Randomness & How You Can Stand Apart owl.li/dJZXp
  • When Theater Props Masters Meetowl.li/dJZOE
  • Treatment with fungi makes a modern violin sound like a Stradivarius owl.li/dJZGZ

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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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