The Week's Links: February 15, 2013

All the links posted on social networks this week:

  • TED Playlists: Our brains - predictably irrational 
  • 7 Outstanding Free Books for your iPad by Educational Technology and Mobile Learning 
  • 5 exhilarating benefits of making even the tiniest plan 
  • Planning for the non-planner 
  • A Brief History Of Nerds In Pop Culture 
  • Girls Lead in Science Exam, but Not in the United States 
  • Amazing: Perspective Is Everything In Nature 
  • Bjork Launches Her Own Interactive Educational Curriculum 
  • 4 Ways to Quickly Tackle New Skills as a Team 
  • Awesome Vintage Science Illustrations By The Founder Of Popular Science 
  • Bret Victor: Creators need an immediate connection to what they create. 
  • Interaction design lessons from sci-fi: Visual interfaces 
  • Oliver Sacks On Rediscovery, Memory And Autoplagiarism 
  • Your Brain in Love: Scientific American 
  • What is Love? 
  • Rebranding Valentine's Day Into A Day Of Generosity 
  • 7 Massive Ideas That Could Change the World 
  • Scientists Have Made the First Truly 3D Microchip 
  • How two scientists are using the New York Times archives to predict the future 
  • Nylllon - Useful links for digital designers and developers 
  • Avoiding the Uncanny Valley of Interface Design 
  • Amazingly colorful: Aerial Photographs of Tulip Fields in the Netherlands by Normann Szkop 
  • "The Wheel of the Devil": On Vine, gifs and the power of the loop 
  • When Newspapers Were New, or, How Londoners Got Word of the Plague 
  • Download Hundreds of Free Art Catalogs from The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
  • How Can We Alleviate The Feeling Of Running Out Of Time? Experience Awe 
  • MoMA announces major Le Corbusier retrospective 
  • Gandhi's list of "the seven blunders that human society commits, and that cause all violence" 
  • A Very Little History of Philosophy 
  • Why extroverts fail, introverts flounder and you probably succeed 
  • Double-loop learning: Secret Ingredient for Success 
  • Paracosms, loyalty and reality in the pursuit of creative problem solving 
  • 10 places where anyone can learn to code 
  • How to make great radio: An illustrated guide starring Ira Glass 
  • Creativity Top 5: Week of February 11 
  • Goals And Plans 
  • Why The Next Social Media Frontier Is The Past 
  • Great Brands And Sci-Fi 
  • MoMA mindmaps artists' cross-influences in Inventing Abstraction 
  • Building New Habits Through Advertising 
  • Truly amazing photograph: A Man Feeding Swans in the Snow 
  • Amazing: Eggshell Sculptures 
  • Keep it secret, keep it safe: A beginner’s guide to Web safety by Ars Technica 
  • Fast Company: Most Innovative Companies 2013 
  • A Quick Guide to Serif Fonts 
  • Stephen Fry on his many smartphones 
  • Amazon to put personalized advertising on Kindles 
  • 10 of the Most Bizarre Fairy Tale Adaptations 
  • On Top Of The World 
  • The New Script for Teaching Handwriting Is No Script at All. Cursive Goes the Way of 'See Spot Run' In Many Classrooms 
  • For sale, baby shoes, never worn: Hemingway probably did not write the famous six-word story. 
  • Copy, Transform, Combine: Everything Is A Remix, The Complete Series 
  • Gunn Report 2012: The best ads of 2012 
  • Photographer Pairs Images Of Beautiful Places With Matching Typography 
  • The Future According To Google's Eric Schmidt: 7 Points 
  • The History of Wine Drinking, From a Chore to a Choice 
  • When Artists And Corporations Get Along 
  • 11 Colorful Phrases From Ancient Roman Graffiti 
  • Street Art Goes High Brow: Faile Teams Up With NYC Ballet 
  • 25 Insights on Becoming a Better Writer 
  • Al Gore on How the Internet is Changing the Way We Think 
  • Biography of J.D. Salinger Coming in September 
  • Women of Transmedia 
  • John E. Karlin, Who Led the Way to All-Digit Dialing, Dies at 94 - NYTimes.com 
  • Magic, copyright, and internal enforcement mechanisms 
  • Leadership & Followership: What Tango Can Teach 1st Sergeants About These Roles 
  • 37 Hitchcock Cameos over 50 Years: All in One Video 
  • What if we could look inside human brains? - Moran Cerf 
  • All Of The World's Undersea Cables In One Map 
  • Design graduate perfumer bottles history, landmarks and nostalgia 
  • A Comprehensive Guide To Firewalls 
  • The Top 10 Biking Cities In America, Mapped By How People Commute 
  • An Atlas Of Where Chefs Eat, Told In 50 Fonts And 700 Pages 
  • How Owls Rotate Their Heads So Far Without Snapping Their Necks 
  • Treat Everything as a Case Study - Robert Plant 
  • Scientists Discover Dung Beetles Use The Milky Way For GPS 
  • Billboards to Advertise the Awesomeness of Science Pop Up in Vancouver 
  • 20 Words We Owe to William Shakespeare 

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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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