The Week's Links: June 14, 2013

All the links posted on social networks this week:

  • A History of Braun Design, Part 1: Electric Shavers 
  • How to Shape a Transmedia Campaign for Your Organization 
  • How Does the Brain React to a Romantic Breakup? 
  • Lewis Carroll’s original manuscript for Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, with his own illustrations. 
  • Why Big Data Is Not Truth 
  • Embracing The Remix: An Act To Promote The Progress Of Useful Arts 
  • 7 Ways to Boost Your Creativity 
  • The Three Kinds of Laziness 
  • New Study Shows Not All Laughter is Created Equal 
  • 30 Bits of Commencement Wisdom for the Class of 2013 
  • Design In A Nutshell 
  • A Rare Behind-The-Scenes Look At Some Of Bowie's Most Iconic Photographs 
  • Watch: The History Of The Bauhaus, In 2 Minutes 
  • 20 Things You Didn't Know About... Beer 
  • So great: Underground New York Public Library 
  • Your Genes Don't Fit: Why 10,000 Hours of Practice Won't Make You an Expert 
  • Minecraft, Dubstep & the Olympics: Trying To Figure Out What More We Can Do 
  • Advice from Seth Godin on Leading Up 
  • The Quantified Brain of a Self-Tracking Neuroscientist: MIT Technology Review 
  • How to Write a Better Case Study 
  • New Artificial Heart to Be Tested: MIT Technology Review 
  • IBM's Watson Headed to Your Smartphone as Customer Service Agent: MIT Technology Review 
  • Better web typography in a few simple steps 
  • Highlights of day 1 at TEDGlobal 2013 
  • What Neurons Look Like (as Drawn by Students, Grad Students, and Professors) 
  • Creativity Top 5: Week of June 10, 2013 
  • Cannes Contenders from Europe, Asia and Beyond 
  • Amazing Photographs Of A Giant, Forgotten Collection Of Human Brains 
  • Way-Way-Off-Broadway: How the immersive theater of 'Then She Fell' resonates with the digital world 
  • The Talks is a weekly updated online interview magazine. 
  • The National Endowment for the Arts Releases New Research Tool on Working Artists 
  • Pulitzer & Tony Winner Doug Wright on Objects, Evidence and Writing What You Don't Know 
  • The Ad World's Best Ideas: 12 Campaigns That Will Win At Cannes 
  • Clever: Varsity Bookmarking is a weekly interview magazine where questions are answered with links 
  • See Salvador Dali’s Illustrations for the 1969 Edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 
  • Gorgeous: Super Intricate Paper Cuts by Eric Standley Look Like Stained Glass 
  • The State Of Responsive Web Design 
  • Codrops: A showcase collection of various page transition effects using CSS animations. 
  • Culture City: New Stages of Development in Dance 
  • "then we begin to craft around our intention" 
  • Google Ventures shares their private Startup Lab Workshop videos 
  • Apple Design Awards WWDC: This year's winners 
  • The 2013 Creativity 50: The annual list of the year's most inspiring and influential creative figures 
  • modern.IE: Test versions of IE using Virtual Machines that you download and manage in your own dev environment. 
  • So useful: Screensiz.es is a database of screen specs for most popular devices. 
  • Astoria to get new bookstore — making it the only independent bookseller in the borough 
  • Notes Towards a Philosophy of Sleep 
  • Theater Business Models: The Next Frontier 
  • Don’t Blink: The Science of the Mona Lisa’s Flickering Smile 
  • Today's Google Doodle honoring Maurice Sendak is fantastic. 
  • Cannes Lions celebrates 60 years of advertising 
  • Creative Review: Alan Fletcher archive goes live 
  • Responsive Web Design Easter Egg ∙ A List Apart 
  • Why You Should Try Hacking Books 
  • Inside the Actors Studio Host James Lipton on His Favorite Interview and Pimping in Paris 
  • The Evolution of the Treble Clef 
  • For the First Time, See What the Most Basic Chemistry Actually Looks Like 
  • The Graduation Advice We Wish We'd Been Given 
  • Your mega summer reading list: 180+ books recommended by TEDsters
  • Google Will Now Tell You the Nutrition Information for Foods 
  • CSS Beautifier: Beautifies your css automatically so that it is consistent and easy to read 
  • 11 Mots Merveilleux Recently Added to the French Dictionary 
  • Star Wars: Anatomy of a Logo 
  • 90 Amazing Behind-the-Scenes Photos From Your Favorite Summer Movies 
  • Alex Payne: Letter To A Young Programmer Considering A Startup 
  • Georgia Museum of Art Crowdsources a Deaccession Decision 
  • The Good Listener: What's More Important, Lyrics Or Music? 
  • 5 Principles of Convergence: How To Work Better At The Intersection Of Tech, Creativity, And Media 
  • Danny Boyle's 15 Golden Rules of Moviemaking 
  • The State Of Responsive Web Design 
  • Source Code Typography 
  • Orson Welles Narrates Animation of Plato’s Cave Allegory 
  • The Rise and Fall of Charm in American Men 
  • Equity At 100: More Than Just A Broadway Baby 
  • And now for some fun: Me and Sad Keanu: A 3D-Printing Story 
  • Don't hide behind formality 
  • 35 Things You Didn’t Know About Jim Henson 
  • Iterations: How ESPN Thinks About The Future Of Its Product And Technologies 
  • The $1.3B Quest to Build a Supercomputer Replica of a Human Brain 
  • People who feel they deserve success are among those most likely to fail when challenges arise, research has revealed 

 

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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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