The Week's Links: March 29, 2013

All the links posted on social networks this week:

  • Secrets of the Most Successful College Students 
  • Harvard Develops Micro-Drones Based On Origami 
  • The Art Of Storytelling Around An App 
  • Study: It's Harder to Tune Out Cell Phone Talkers Than Regular Human Conversations 
  • JWT announces advertising alliance with experimental psychologist 
  • Can computers fill the role of choreographers? 
  • So great recipes here: A World Map of Flavors – 36 Regions, 36 Herb and Spice Combinations 
  • Branded Interactions, or what happens when a gesture becomes synonymous with your app. 
  • Is The Key to Happiness Being Busy? 
  • More on the "Unrealized Promise" of digital textbooks 
  • Colum McCann On The Radical Act Of Storytelling 
  • Useful: Photoshop add-ons you should be using 
  • 'Ballet's Greatest Hits,' with Nigel Lythgoe, coming to cinemas 
  • The Science of Life, Love and The Sky 
  • Vint Cerf: Actually, the Internet’s going to be just fine 
  • Just Do It & Make It Count 
  • An In-Depth Comparison Between iOS Map Frameworks: Apple MapKit vs. Google Maps SDK 
  • Behind One Of Fashion's Biggest Ideas--The Chanel Jacket 
  • Coming Soon: A Monotype Exhibit Tracing The Roots Of Modern Typography 
  • Useful: Antwort - Responsive Layouts for Email 
  • The Story of Christoph Niemann’s Petting Zoo App- The New Yorker 
  • So great: National Geographic's Cartographic Typefaces. 
  • The Art of Illustrations, Web Comics and 3D Printing 
  • Seven Amazing Wooden Marble Machines by Paul Grundbacher 
  • On Conducting, Motion Capture And The Maestro's Mojo 
  • Brain Researchers Can Detect Who We Are Thinking About 
  • The wonderfully analog tweets of Alton Brown 
  • What a 14-Year-Old Can Teach You About Management 
  • Can anyone turn streaming music into a real business? 
  • A brief history of the Booooo! 
  • A Brief History of Applause 
  • Study: unlock creative thought by zapping left prefrontal cortex 
  • Scientists create formula for perfect parking 
  • 5 smart materials, like inks that conduct electricity 
  • Fascinating: 2,000 Years of Partying - The Brief History and Economics of Spring Break 
  • 10 Ideas That Make A Difference 
  • Creativity Top 5: Week of March 25, 2013 
  • Mark Twain Wrote the First Book Ever Written With a Typewriter 
  • A Gallery of Stanley Kubrick Cinemagraphs: Iconic Moments Briefly Animated 
  • On Keeping a Notebook in the Digital Age 
  • Inventing Magic Toys, Puzzles And Video Games 
  • Creative Commons Announces “School of Open” with Courses to Focus on Digital Openness 
  • Digital Files and 3D Printing—in the Renaissance? 
  • Start With The Supposition That People Don't Make Sense: David Chang on The Paul Holdengraber 
  • Who Really Invented the Smiley Face? 
  • The Northern Lights—From Scientific Phenomenon to Artists' Muse 
  • Lovely: Fresh Off the 3D Printer - Henry Segerman's Mathematical Sculptures 
  • What Mosh Pits Can Teach Us About Disaster Planning 
  • These Little Robot Bees Could Pollinate the Fields of the Future 
  • Six Centuries Ago, Chinese Explorers Left This Coin Behind in Africa 
  • Coffee: How Different People Serve the World’s Favorite Hot Drink 
  • Ballet 101: Dispelling myths for newcomers and skeptics 
  • Are Piracy, Knock Offs and Minecraft Good For Us? 
  • The Improbable Rise of NPR Music 
  • Reports of the Death of Opera Have Been Greatly Exaggerated 
  • Music of Vivaldi Boosts Mental Vitality 
  • Ze Frank: The Shift From 0 To 1, What Is Creativity? 
  • In Search of Haruki Murakami, Japan’s Great Postmodernist Novelist 
  • The 10 most popular TED-Ed lessons so far 
  • These are so great: Minimalist Video Game Posters 
  • John Maeda & The Art of Leadership 
  • Dave Pell's Tips On Building A Huge Email Newsletter Around Your Project 
  • How much is the internet worth? 
  • Will The New York Times Redesign Lead To A New Web Standard? 
  • Typographica: Our Favorite Typefaces of 2012 
  • George Lucas announces plans for museum devoted to the story-telling arts 
  • Smithsonian Magazine 2012 Photography Contest: 50 Finalists 
  • Amazing: Gazette collects your RSS feeds into a weekly ebook 
  • Should We Be Sleeping in Shifts, Rather than 7-Hour Blocks? 
  • Computer Arts Magazine On Pure and Simple Logos 
  • Information Is Beautiful visualized the major causes of death in the 20th Century 
  • Daphne Koller Brings the World Into Stanford Classes 
  • 5 Lessons In UI Design, From A Breakthrough Museum 
  • Sleeping less than six hours a night skews activity of hundreds of genes 
  • Useful: Learn CSS Layout 
  • Study: DNA strand length could be indicator of your life span 
  • Marvel announces weekly comic series for mobile devices 
  • Ridley Scott and Machinima partner to create 12 sci-fi shorts 
  • The Photographer Who Made Architects Famous

Recommended This Week: 

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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