The Week's Links: March 22, 2013

All the links posted on social networks this week:

  • Underground Library Lets Subway Riders Sample Books On iPhones 
  • And You Can Dance. For Inspiration. (Five Views On Dance) 
  • List of inventors killed by their own inventions - Wikipedia  /via @radiolab
  • UX Design: Designing For The Multifaceted User 
  • The Photographer Who Made Architects Famous 
  • How did I miss this: National Geographic Found, a new photo tumblr.  /via @kottke
  • Everything You Need To Know About Quotes and Accents 
  • Cool: loads.in - test how fast a webpage loads in a real browser from over 50 locations worldwide 
  • Google Art Project adds nearly 2,000 works, from street art to prized photos 
  • Apple Finally Adds Two-Step Verification to iCloud and Apple ID 
  • The Devil Is An Artistic Director 
  • Harry Houdini: Audio of the escape artist introducing his famous "water torture" escape 
  • A Modest Proposal By John Bohannon: Get Rid Of Powerpoint And Use Dancers Instead 
  • NEA ARTS: Beyond Museum Walls: The Smithsonian Institution's Mobile Strategy 
  • Can’t Get That Song Out of My Head: An Animation of a Psychological Phenomenon We All Know 
  • J.K. Rowling criticizes TV for romanticizing adolescence 
  • App Building DIY Way: Non-Techie Entrepreneurs Find Outside Resources to Help Them Create Software 
  • Get Scott Berkun's Mindfire 1.1 Free for the next 48 hours 
  • 5 steps to get crisp about that idea floating in your head 
  • The 150 Things the World's Smartest People Are Afraid Of 
  • What the smartest people do on the weekend is what everyone else will do during the week in ten years 
  • "Applied Design" at MoMA is the first exhibition to include the 14 video games the museum acquired last year. 
  • La Sagrada Familia: Under Construction For Over 130 Years 
  • Literary Magazines Adapt to the Digital Age 
  • Dance Your PH.D. 
  • Responsible Considerations For Responsive Web Design 
  • From Google Ventures: 4 Steps For Combining The Hacker Way With Design Thinking 
  • A Map of the World According to Illustrators and Storytellers 
  • The GitHub Generation: Why We're All in Open Source Now 
  • Aaron Sorkin was right: Kill Your Meeting Room — The Future's in Walking and Talking 
  • How will we manage and market the arts of the future. Good article: My Arts Utopia 
  • Will Authors Get Compensated for Used E-Book Sales? 
  • Transmedia Storytelling Comes Alive With Secret Cinema 
  • Creativity Top 5: Week of March 18, 2013 
  • FOUND: A New Collection of Rare Photos from the National Geographic Archives 
  • The Algorithm That Helps You Friend People You Don't Know 
  • Announcing the 2013 winners of The Brain Prize 
  • David Parsons' Caught vs Wrecking Crew Orchestra's Tron 
  • Researchers Explain Goals and Structure of Brain Activity Map: MIT Technology Review 
  • The Gamification of Education? 
  • Dan Ariely's Course on "A Beginner's Guide to Irrational Behavior" Open for Enrollment! 
  • A Photo Service That Understands the Contents of Your Images 
  • So great: Father hacks Donkey Kong so his daughter can play as Peach and save Mario. 
  • Email Best Practices for Teams 
  • Milestones 
  • Even Bees Get a Buzz When They Drink Caffeine 
  • Mapping How the Brain Thinks 
  • The Secret Lives Of Dancers 
  • Lousy Sleep Isn't Good For Your Body, Either 
  • Digital Files and 3D Printing—in the Renaissance? 
  • Transforming Raw Scientific Data Into Sculpture and Song 
  • This Is What 15,000 Volts Look Like Going Into a Piece of Wood 
  • Is Cursive Handwriting Going Extinct? 
  • Hello World! Processing: A Smart New Documentary On The Awesome Potential Of Creative Coding 
  • Why Great Ideas Get Rejected: From TEDxOU 
  • The New Psychology of Marketing 
  • Fascinating: Danse Macabre - A Scandal at the Bolshoi Ballet, The New Yorker 
  • I Want My Music Videos: The Art Form Gets Its Own Museum Exhibition 
  • Research has shown that we are not very good judges of how effectively we're learning new information. 
  • "Embracing Analog" at SXSW: What the growing fascination with the physical means for marketers 
  • The Stax Records Guide To Overcoming Setbacks 
  • Reflections on the First Hackathon at the White House: MIT Center for Civic Media 
  • Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas on the wildly successful Kickstarter movie campaign 
  • Can’t Get That Song Out of My Head: An Animation of a Psychological Phenomenon We All Know 
  • Valentina Lisitsa, The Justin Bieber of Classical Piano 
  • TED Playlists: What does the future look like? 
  • Sleep Deprivation Effects: 8 Scary Side Effects Of Too Little Shut-Eye 
  • A new website for CERN 
  • Whose Idea Were Cruises, Anyway? 
  • Can You Make Sad Songs Sound Happy (And Vice Versa)? 
  • Pixar's Senior Scientist explains how math makes the movies and games we love 
  • Neil Tyson Pounds The Table, Demanding A Future, Now! 
  • 12 Steps to Incorporate Exercise into Your Life 
  • Classic worth revisiting: Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling 
  • Jesse Rosen: Doing More About Diversity in America's Orchestras 
  • 4 inspiring kids imagine the future of learning 
  • A Day in the Life of a Digital Editor, 2013 - Technology 
  • How Disney Bought Lucasfilm—and Its Plans for 'Star Wars' 
  • Everything We Know About What Data Brokers Know About You  /via @davepell
  • Brilliant idea, can't wait to try it: Hack the Met - Metropolitan Museum of Art Tour 
  • I'm Not Your Consumer: How Research Misses The Human Behind The Demographic 

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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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