The Week's Links: August 9, 2013

All the links posted on social networks this week:    

  • The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web – a practical guide to web typography 
  • Google's Street View takes you up Mount Fuji 
  • How to Trick Your Brain to Create a New Healthy Habit - Pick the Brain 
  • Rejection is more powerful than you think 
  • Douglas Engelbart’s Unfinished Revolution: MIT Technology Review 
  • 12 Insanely Ambitious Ideas For Improving Space Exploration 
  • Instrumented Bodies: Digital Prostheses For Music and Dance Performance 
  • The Origin of Tweet 
  • The 20 Most Beautiful Libraries on Film and TV 
  • Frank Chimero: Do Things The Long, Hard Stupid Way 
  • Responsive Typography: The Basics 
  • Really Dancing In The Dark 
  • Recommended: The Intellectual Devotional Health 
  • So good: Welcome to Cloud.typography - Webfonts by H&FJ 
  • Let's Talk Tech Jargon 
  • Play This Game, Get That Job 
  • NYC Creates App to Bring Voting Into the 21st Century 
  • Inside The Tech Stack Digg Used To Replace Google Reader 
  • You're Not Listening 
  • Scientists Address Wild Dolphins By Their Natural “Names” 
  • Creativity Top 5: Week of August 5, 2013 
  • 20 Creativity Quotes Beautifully Illustrated From Ogilvy & Mather 
  • Simple Responsive Images With CSS Background Images 
  • Recommended: The Intellectual Devotional Biographies 
  • Nickerblog: 11 things it took me 42 years to learn 
  • Giant Mirrors to Light Up One Dark Norwegian Town During Shadow Months 
  • The First Woman to Circumnavigate the Globe was Disguised as a Man for Most of the Journey 
  • Great: National Geographic's Cartographic Typefaces  /via @daringfireball
  • Lightning storms, seen from space 
  • Opera booming in Australia 
  • Facebook explains its News Feed post ranking process, rolls out story bumping feature to improve UX 
  • Show Your Work! A new series by Austin Kleon 
  • Responsive Design Bookmarklet: a handy tool for responsive design testing 
  • Ballet v6.0, a New Festival, Makes Its Debut at the Joyce 
  • Amazon opens up a marketplace for art 
  • Footwork 
  • Ballerina Tiler Peck dances with Lil Buck & Sergei Polunin 
  • Recommended: The Intellectual Devotional Modern Culture 
  • We seldom talk about the sound design of our apps and devices - Octave: A free library of UI sounds. 
  • 8 Brilliant Scientific Screw-ups 
  • Cool: embedresponsibly.com helps build responsive embed codes for third-party media into responsive web pages. 
  • Socially Curated Discovery: How Algorithms Will Tell Us What We Like 
  • Consciousness is Still the "Hard Problem" of Neuroscience 
  • These books are stuffed with treasures 
  • Towards a fictionally biased design education 
  • The Marketplace in Your Brain 
  • Howard Goodall's Story of Music (Videos) 
  • Recommended: The Intellectual Devotional 
  • Looking in the mirror from 898,410,414 miles away. 
  • A Content Marketers Guide to Google Operators [Cheat Sheet] 
  • Superhero.js: a great collection of javascript resources. 
  • Marshall McLuhan's Four Innovation Fundamentals 
  • "This Is How We Built It" Case Studies 
  • Excavating and Restitching Myth: On Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane 
  • Umami explained 
  • Retinize It: Free Photoshop Action For Slicing Graphics For HD Screens 
  • The joy of cloudspotting: 10 incredible visions in clouds 
  • TED Radio Hour asks: “Why do we collaborate?” 
  • What Species Did You Evolve From? 
  • You Can't Do Simple Math Under Pressure 
  • A non-tech guide to launching your website 
  • Find Guidelines - The fastest way to brand assets. 
  • Cutting through classical 
  • How to work with “stupid” people 
  • How to manage smart people 
  • Joi Ito's Near-Perfect Explanation of the Next 100 Years 
  • How to use: Hyphen, En Dash, Em Dash, Minus 
  • The Marketplace in Your Brain 
  • The Complete Calvin and Hobbes Comic Strip is online. Free. Legally. 
  • Logos for the 2020 Summer Olympics Candidate Cities 
  • CSS Almanac | CSS-Tricks 
  • Amazing: Delicate Cut Leaf Images 
  • 100 Ideas that Changed Film 
  • Lessons In Creative Productivity From 24-Hour Plays 

 

 

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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