The Week's Links: January 25, 2013

All the links posted on social networks this week:

  • John Maeda: Why STEM Education Needs the Arts, Too 
  • Trailblazing Storytellers: Meet Sundance New Frontier Story Lab 
  • Remarkable interview with H. P. Lovecraft, conducted in handwriting on a single postcard found in a used book 
  • First Grader Becomes Youngest Person to Ever Develop a Mobile Game 
  • Psychologists and anthropologists debate how different cultures answer the question, “What time is it?”  
  • 20 Great Writers on the Art of Revision 
  • Fantastic: The Birth of Grand Central Terminal 
  • An architectural blueprint of Brooklyn Bridge elevations from Old Blueprints. 
  • Shakespeare in Six Parts 
  • Internet 2012 by the numbers 
  • Failing Productively 
  • Thinking 
  • Ideas 
  • Is What You Are Doing Interesting? 
  • Gorgeous: 60 insane cloud formations from around the world 
  • How Smart Should TVs Be? 
  • Can a Buzzing Fork Help You Lose Weight? 
  • The Hot Condiment of 2013? Barrel-Aged Hot Sauce 
  • How Kraft Uses Patents to Dominate the Mac and Cheese Wars 
  • Designing Scent: An Olfactory Exhibition at the Museum of Art and Design 
  • Jicky, the First Modern Perfume 
  • Can You Make Tea Out of Coffee? 
  • Why Are Chimpanzees Stronger Than Humans? 
  • To Understand the Largest Structure Ever Found, We Need to Rethink the Basic Principles of the Universe 
  • The Up-Goer Five Thing, Where Learned People Explain Hard Stuff With Easy Words 
  • Five New Lessons From Salman Khan On Reinventing Education 
  • Google and the future of search: Amit Singhal and the Knowledge Graph 
  • Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture - An exhibition at The American Museum of Natural History  /via @kottke
  • Two People You Might Need In Your Professional Life 
  • Astronaut Chris Hadfield is photo-tweeting Earth, from space - 
  • Preparing Websites For The Unexpected 
  • Understanding The Difference Between Type And Lettering 
  • Think Again: Assumptions About Mobile To Reconsider 
  • 15 Awesome Chemistry GIFs 
  • Out Of India, A Social Network For Creative Expression 
  • Creativity Top 5: January 22, 2013 
  • 20 Eye-Popping Interactive Experiences That Show Off What HTML5 Can Do 
  • Disney’s Mega Video Game To End All Disney Video Games 
  • Study Shows How Classroom Design Affects Student Learning 
  • How Forks Gave Us Overbites and Pots Saved the Toothless 
  • A Year Inside The Australian Ballet: Episode 10 - Finale 
  • Shakespeare Uncovered: Which Shakespeare Character are You? 
  • A Memorized Poem 'Lives With You Forever,' So Choose Carefully 
  • Read 30 2012 Oscar Hopeful Screenplays 
  • Forget the Placebo Effect: It's the 'Care Effect' That Matters 
  • Visualizing The Costs And Rewards Of Education 
  • So Great: Child Rules Book Returned to Young Authors 
  • A Look At The Growing Adoption of Creative Commons Textbooks 
  • How Marketing Will Change In 2013: The Strategic Forecast 
  • Every Business Is (Or Should Be) a Social Business 
  • Ideo's Albert Lee On Innovating Ideas 
  • MoMA PS1 Joined Tumblr 
  • Winds Of Change 
  • Between A Rumba And A Roll: Dissecting A Bartender's Beat 
  • Design Thinking for Educators V.2.0 
  • Remembering Aaron Swartz: David Foster Wallace on the Meaning of Life 
  • The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story is the Most Powerful Way to Activate Our Brains 
  • How Do Arts Organizations Use the Internet? 
  • How I Gave up Email and Reclaimed 3 Hours a Day 
  • The Year Ahead For...Technology 
  • How I Made Sleep a Priority—And Got More Productive 
  • What We Should Fear: The New Yorker 
  • Abraham Lincoln: The Power of the Negative By Douglas L. Wilson 
  • The Most Creative Women In Advertising 
  • Fantastic: Teach with Portals » Webinar on Portal 2 in Classroom 
  • Who Needs Drugs When You've Got Music? 
  • The Longform Guide to Internet Hoaxes 
  • The iconic London Underground typeface turns 100 
  • For Amusement Only: the life and death of the American arcade 
  • Designing Scent: An Olfactory Exhibition at the Museum of Art and Design 
  • Top 100 Design Blogs To Follow In 2013 [Infographic] 
  • Not adding value is the same as taking it away. 
  • What Aristotle and Joshua Bell can teach us about persuasion - Conor Neill 
  • US Postal Service pushes the digital envelope in battle for its future 
  • I've Heard That Somewhere: 'Glee' Covers 'Baby Got Back,' And It Sounds ... Familiar 
  • 2 of my favorite things: The Beatles Perform Shakespeare in Color, 1964 
  • 2013's essential design events 
  • The 50 Most Iconic Artworks of the Past Five Years 
  • The iOS Design Cheat Sheet Volume 2 
  • The Edge.org question for the year: What should we be worried about? 
  • The Best 100 Opening Lines From Books 
  • The 12 cognitive biases that prevent you from being rational 

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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