The Week's Links: January 24, 2014

All the links posted on social networks this week: 

  • Russell Foster: Why do we sleep? http://owl.li/sJrdZ
  • Do what you love, love what you do: An omnipresent mantra that’s bad for work and workers. http://owl.li/sJwsY
  • The Brian Lehrer Show: A Running List of What We Know the NSA Can Do. So Far. http://owl.li/sJEcB
  • An Illustrated Account of the Great Maple Syrup Heist http://owl.li/sJEA2
  • What Makes a 'Super Successful' Company? owl.li/sJraP
  • The Untold Tale of Pow!, the Fourth Rice Krispies Elf owl.li/sJqXz
  • What Reviewers Said About the First Mac When It Debuted 30 Years Ago owl.li/sUw7m
  • '1984' 30 Years Later: A brief history of Apple's instantly iconic Super Bowl spot. owl.li/sTCZm
  • An Eyeful of Sound: Top Five Multisensory Performances owl.li/sJqUq
  • The Fascinating Origins of 10 Everyday Color Words owl.li/sJqR2
  • ◉ Oliver Sacks On Rediscovery, Memory And Autoplagiarism owl.li/sLD76
  • There Really Is a Conference Where Nerds Study Videogame Music owl.li/sJqOk
  • Watch: A 2-Minute Animation Of Stephen Hawking's Big Ideas owl.li/sJqG6
  • What scientific idea is ready for retirement? | Edge.org owl.li/sIIlz
  • David Lynch interviewed by Mike Figgis owl.li/sIIdJ
  • Read this: Jonathan Harris Navigating Stuckness owl.li/sHLXy
  • How to Check If Your Accounts Have Been Hacked owl.li/sHLKT
  • 11 Simple Ways to Improve Your Memory owl.li/sHLn3
  • Can You Answer These 10 Oddball Job Interview Questions Asked at America’s Top Tech Companies? owl.li/sHLfP
  • What High Schoolers Should Be Reading owl.li/sHL9d
  • 12 Easy Ways to Make Life Simple Again owl.li/sHL3v
  • Target Got Hacked Hard in 2005. Here's Why They Let It Happen Again - Threat Level - Wired.com owl.li/sHKQ7
  • 4 Fundraising Goals for 2014 - Fundraising Fundamentals - The Chronicle of Philanthropy owl.li/sHKMt
  • ◉ How Can We Alleviate The Feeling Of Running Out Of Time? Experience Awe owl.li/sLD1p
  • The Verge takes a look at the smartphone "wars": Inside the mind of a fanboy. owl.li/sQhlT
  • ◉ Is Classical Music Culturally Relevant? - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/1/20…
  • Disturbing: Requirements for DRM in HTML5 are a secret owl.li/sGTdb
  • The Experiment That Forever Changed How We Think About Reality owl.li/sGLkY
  • How to Motivate a Young Musician owl.li/sGLcO
  • The History of Popular Music, According to Google owl.li/sGK2n
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson's 'Cosmos' reboot hits FOX on March 9th owl.li/sGwJh
  • The art therapy secret is out: doodling is good for you. owl.li/sFkEt
  • ◉ Goals And Plans owl.li/sLCSk
  • In Memory Of Colby, The L.A. Print Shop That Made Posters For Jimi Hendrix, The Sex Pistols, And Ed Ruscha owl.li/sFkBA
  • Smithsonian's Bee Man Delivers Up Some Advice for Dealing with Colony Collapse Disorder owl.li/sFkrb
  • 11 Inscriptions on Old Buildings That Tell It Like It Is owl.li/sFkpn
  • ◉ Great Work - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/1/21…
  • How "Fuzzy-Trace Theory" Impacts Your Finances owl.li/sFjYa
  • Grant Study Reveals What Makes Us Happy owl.li/sFjQi
  • No more needles? 7 ways scientists are attempting to move beyond shots owl.li/sFjpS
  • Salman Khan doubles down on building the school of the future owl.li/sFjkY
  • Moving to An Area With More Green Space Can Improve Your Mental Health for Years owl.li/sFjfA
  • Four Lessons In Innovation From The Inventor Of The Laser owl.li/sFj10
  • World map of vaccine-preventable outbreaks owl.li/sFiUi
  • Why Songs Get Stuck in Your Head owl.li/sFiNQ
  • Beautiful: Herb and spice brand Schwartz gets explosive in new ad owl.li/sFaF1
  • What Beatboxing Looks Like in Super Slow Motion owl.li/sFayh
  • ◉ Anxiety - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/1/20…
  • Amazing and mostly unnoticed: How Costume Design Became Central In 'Game Of Thrones' owl.li/sFawL
  • ◉ Why Sci-Fi Author William Gibson Loves Japan owl.li/sLDba
  • The Shape of Spectacular Speech: An Infographic Analysis of What Made MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Great owl.li/sLi2H
  • Pre-cog shopping: Amazon plans to ship your packages before you even buy them owl.li/sLgc6
  • Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Iconic images of Dr. King from the Smithsonian collection owl.li/sLb5A
  • Successful ‘Hour of Code’ computer tutorials prompts effort to change school policies owl.li/sFaas
  • Jack Dorsey Says The Receipt Is Untapped "Canvas" And "Publishing Medium" owl.li/sF9WK
  • Read David Foster Wallace’s Notes From a Tax Accounting Class, Taken to Help Him Write The Pale King owl.li/sF9OU
  • How to Look at Art owl.li/sF9Fm
  • Understanding Why We Dream owl.li/sF9sP
  • The Science Of The "Flying V" Formation owl.li/sF90U
  • The Literary Misery Index: What the Economy Has to Do With What You’re Reading owl.li/sF7GM
  • Read Beethoven’s Lengthy Love Letter to His Mysterious “Immortal Beloved” (1812) owl.li/sF7nO
  • The Ten Most Popular Web Fonts of 2013 owl.li/sF64K
  • Here Are the Countries That Drink the Most Coffee (The U.S. Isn't in the Top 10) owl.li/sE0Jl
  • 5 Lessons In Discipline From A Professional Ballerina That Will Change The Way You Lead Your Life owl.li/sDcfW
  • How Theaters Can Combat the Stay-at-Home Mindset owl.li/svuXp
  • The Coolest Science of 2013, in GIFs owl.li/svugT
  • The Police Car of the future owl.li/svuc6
  • The Ministry of Type: British Rail Identity owl.li/svu69
  • What Space Does To Our Bodies: An Interactive Guide owl.li/svu1K
  • What Could Have Entered the Public Domain on January 1, 2014? owl.li/svtYk
  • Terry Teachout: The Best Theatre I Saw This Year owl.li/svtRA
  • Over the Past 12 Years Bloomberg's Administration Has Acted As An Incubator for Cultural Institutions owl.li/svtIS
  • Is an 8pm curtain a thing of the past? owl.li/svsLN
  • How Netflix Reinvented HR- Harvard Business Review owl.li/svsc0
  • 5 Scientific Ways to Build Habits That Stick owl.li/svqGF
  • The Abstraction Method of Problem Solving owl.li/svpza
  • 6 Pieces of Advice From Successful Writers owl.li/svoH9
  • A Glimpse Into The Future Of NPR, From Its First-Ever Creative Director owl.li/svnMe
  • Want Perfect Pitch? You Might Be Able To Pop A Pill For That owl.li/svlFg
  • So shocking: Type legends Frere-Jones sues Hoefler owl.li/sHcui
  • Evgeny Morozov: Hackers, Makers, and the Next Industrial Revolution- The New Yorker owl.li/svlwW
  • How Is Wind Chill Calculated? owl.li/svlqf
  • Sleep, it turns out, may play a crucial role in our brain’s physiological maintenance. owl.li/svk1h
  • Bruce Springsteen, Woody Allen, and the Long Tradition of Hating Your Own Work owl.li/svjG7
  • Read 700 Free eBooks Made Available by the University of California Press owl.li/sviQX
  • Conference Calendar - A simple calendar for web and digital conferences owl.li/svilm

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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