The Week's Links: 9/9/12

All the items posted to Facebook and Twitter this week:

  • Adaptability: What I Learned This Weekowl.li/1mmwOH
  • As art galleries increasingly turn into spaces that engage the public, what is the role of the curator? owl.li/dpwzy
  • A hundred and twenty five years ago, Oscar Wilde edited a fashion magazine, his first and only office job. owl.li/dpwwy
  • A Brief History of Information Design and Visual Storytelling owl.li/dpwgJ
  • Bill Bernbach, Steve Jobs, And Marshall McLuhan Walk Into A Cafe (And Talk About Advertising) owl.li/dpw5k
  • Seth's Blog: Advertising's bumpy transition (and why it matters to you) owl.li/dpvZJ
  • How 13 Classic Video Games Got Their Names owl.li/dpvP7
  • The End of TV as We Know It & The Birth of Transmedia owl.li/dpv7K
  • Fantastic: Candy Wrapper Archiveowl.li/dpuu7
  • "what made me a Goudy superfan is that he did all this and more after he was 40 years old" - @jasonsantamaria owl.li/dpttV
  • Fascinating: Ira Glass & Tavi Gevinson - The Blogger and the Radio Star owl.li/dptdK
  • A Common Nomenclature for Lego Families. Of course. owl.li/dpsxI /via @Coudal
  • 10 Ways To Create An Open Cultureowl.li/dyCwx
  • NPR Listeners Share Their Favorite Arts Destinations owl.li/dprbT
  • Print meets Web: Paper Comes To Life With Conductive Paint owl.li/dpram
  • Today a title is a title, a headline and a tweet. Is This Title O.K.? owl.li/dpqU4
  • Great Advice for Creatives owl.li/dplhQ
  • What Kind of Book Reader Are You? A Diagnostics Guide owl.li/dpqMw
  • Don’t Fear the Internet: Basic HTML & CSS for Non-Web Designers owl.li/dpq78
  • The pleasure of… simple things in everyday life owl.li/1mkTdC
  • Red Planet, Green Thumb: How A NASA Scientist Engineers His Garden owl.li/dppWu
  • Everything Will Be Connected, Everything Will Be Hacked - Bright B. Simons owl.li/dppIn
  • If Hemingway, Shakespeare, Dickens wrote JavaScript owl.li/dppzG
  • Legitima Typeface: An Experience Of Fossils And Revivals (Case Study) owl.li/dppxG
  • Vanity Fair's The New Establishment 2012 List is dominated by tech people owl.li/dwtSi
  • 5 rules for productive conflict owl.li/dppqm
  • 7 Tips for Handling Criticism. owl.li/dpppH
  • Colorful And Gorgeous Video For Ljósið by Ólafur Arnalds owl.li/dplgK
  • Great: little techie, from the mind of a 5-year old tech geek. owl.li/dppo8
  • Paula Scher: Once you know what you're doing, it's not as good owl.li/1mjVWt
  • So great: Art of the Arcade, site dedicated to the lost graphic design work from the golden era of video gaming owl.li/dpoYv
  • The Web Index is the world’s first measure of the Web’s growth, utility and impact on people and nations. owl.li/dw5yt
  • Merging tissue & electronics: New tissue scaffold could be used for drug development & implantable therapeutic devices. owl.li/dpoUL
  • Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop owl.li/dpoMD
  • Who Is Likely to Step Up or Freeze Up in a Crisis; Research Identifies Prime Traitsowl.li/dpoKv
  • I know people that listen to dub all day while working, for you: Beyond lies the wub: a history of dubstep owl.li/dpox1
  • Steven Heller on the New NYC Taxi Logoowl.li/dpo8g
  • Creative Review: Taxis lose their 'axi' in NYCowl.li/dpo7w
  • William Joyce, Ex-Pixar Designer, Creates Astounding Kids' Book For The iPadowl.li/dpldF
  • The Neuroscience of 20-Somethingsowl.li/dpo6r
  • Multi-screen mania: how our devices work together owl.li/dpnGv
  • Knowledge + Taste = Meaningful Judgementowl.li/1miEYQ
  • The Rumpus Interview With Francis Ford Coppola owl.li/dpne8
  • Transmedia storytelling: what's the alternative to alternate reality games? owl.li/dpn2k
  • Salvador Dalí’s 100 Illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy owl.li/dplBW
  • The Library of Congress offers an insider look at how the American Poet Laureate is selectedowl.li/doZ3a /via @brainpicker
  • The Gory Details of Edward Goreyowl.li/doXmu
  • Creativity Top 5: September 4, 2012owl.li/1mib5j
  • Amazing: How a Photographer Created Images of Fireworks Unlike Any You've Ever Seen owl.li/doXdX
  • Beautiful: NYC Skyline Over the Years (1876-2013) owl.li/doXcL
  • Luke Sullivan: One of the best pieces of creative advice I was ever given. owl.li/doW8p
  • L.A. Opera holding Twitter contest to honor Placido Domingo owl.li/doVT3
  • Dan Deacon's mobile app creates a concert light show out of smartphones owl.li/doUZk
  • The New Meaning Of "Mobile": 7 Games Helping To Define The Mobile Platformowl.li/doUVo
  • Work Smart: Take Back Your Calendar With Defensive Scheduling owl.li/dpldk
  • What Americans Actually Do All Day Long, In 2 Graphics owl.li/dqBaZ
  • Tango Your Way to Mental Health -owl.li/doUD8
  • Building Our New Shrines owl.li/1mhwWG
  • Why Comedy Is Truer to Life Than Tragedyowl.li/doUCl
  • More than a quarter of Scots are theatregoersowl.li/doUwt
  • Stanley Kubrick "One-Point Perspective" Supercut Is The Latest In A Series Exploring Filmmaking Tropes owl.li/doUjg
  • Beyond Wireframing: The Real-Life UX Design Process owl.li/do8sw
  • Does Self-Awareness Require a Complex Brain? owl.li/do7sY
  • Stanford biologist and computer scientist discover the 'anternet' owl.li/do7nm
  • How Bloomberg Businessweek Gets Madeowl.li/dplcj
  • 10 of the World’s Most Remote Museumsowl.li/do75Y
  • What Successful Night Owls Get Done Before Bed owl.li/do742
  • A History of New York in 50 Objectsowl.li/dqAMN
  • The 50 Most Influential People In Sneaker History owl.li/do6Sl
  • Researchers grow cyborg tissues with embedded nanoelectronics owl.li/do6Ax
  • It's More Important to Be Kind than Cleverowl.li/do6vE
  • Late Labs: A ‘Crowdcoding’ Site Where Developers Trade Code For Equityowl.li/do5wT
  • Newspapers 'Stunned' as Junk Mail Gets Cheaper owl.li/do5tY
  • The Creative Act: Marcel Duchamp's 1957 Classic, Read by the Artist Himselfowl.li/do59T
  • Chore list of champions By Kurt Vonnegutowl.li/dnn6t
  • Rex Sorgatz- What The New York Times should do next: membership owl.li/dnluW
  • The many ways Kubrick used straight-on-one point perspective. owl.li/dn10f
  • Conquer Big Creative Projects Using Past, Present, and Future Focus owl.li/dn0GA
  • Was Van Gogh Color Blind? owl.li/dn0CP
  • Technology Pioneers 2013: World Economic Forum Names The Year's 23 Most Innovative Startups owl.li/dmYoj
  • How Vimeo Built the Interactive Old Spice 'Muscle Music' Video That's Crushing the Internet owl.li/dpmUW
  • How did I not know this: The Unfinished Cornice of the Metropolitan Museum of Artowl.li/dlhSf
  • David Lynch’s Surreal Commercialsowl.li/df4SF

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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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