The Week's Links: January 10, 2014

All the links posted on social networks this week: 

  • The Science & Psychology Of Social Mediahttp://owl.li/smyxE
  • At City Ballet, Footwear Is Almost as Important as Feet http://owl.li/smyQu More here:http://owl.li/smyQv
  • People Don’t Make More Friends, They Just Replace Their Old Ones http://owl.li/smIl0
  • The Bogus Bard: 5 Stories About Shakespeare We Wish Were True http://owl.li/spcFC
  • 15 Tech Trends That Will Define 2014, Selected By Frog http://owl.li/spcId
  • Spectacular Shots of Golden Hour Across the World http://owl.li/spcL9
  • ◉ On Top Of The World owl.li/smn0u
  • A Simple Logic Question That Most Harvard Students Get Wrong owl.li/smynI
  • Designers Charles & Ray Eames Create a Promotional Film for the Groundbreaking Polaroid SX-70 Instant Camera (1972)owl.li/smyaA
  • The 100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness owl.li/smy53
  • ◉ Talk Less, Do More -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/1/9/…
  • This Clear, Flexible Electronic Circuit Can Fit on the Surface of a Contact Lens owl.li/smxDG
  • Scientists seek to make something like a Google Map of the brain: The Brain, in Exquisite Detail owl.li/smscU
  • Google’s Ray Kurzweil predicts how the world will change owl.li/smbuh
  • Three Is the Right Number for Persuasion, a Study Says owl.li/smbcr
  • Edutopia compiled Resources for Arts Integration into curriculums. owl.li/slCsB
  • Mind-Blowing Video Shows How Lighting Can Transform How Your Face Looks owl.li/skzf8
  • Scientists Successfully Model a Living Cell with Software: Scientific American owl.li/skzbe
  • ◉ Tony Kushner: Does Theater Still Matter?owl.li/smmOK
  • 2013: The Year in Interactive Storytelling -NYTimes.com owl.li/skz83
  • Sweden leads the way in mobile-payment technology- The Economist owl.li/skz3n
  • ◉ Using Language to Shape a Creative Culture - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/1/7/…
  • The Beatles Perform a Fun Spoof of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1964) owl.li/skyNy
  • So great: Symmetry, A Short Film That Unfolds in Two Mirrored Chapters owl.li/skyHh
  • Steven Levy, with access to the NSA, for Wired: How the NSA Almost Killed the Internetowl.li/smpSz
  • ◉ Room For Literature owl.li/smmx3
  • Why Is No Among a Child's First Words?owl.li/siDM2
  • 8 Subconscious Mistakes Our Brains Make Every Day--And How To Avoid Themowl.li/shTXg
  • 1942 ‘Time Capsule’ Apartment Discovered In Paris owl.li/shP6F
  • ◉ "Die Fledermaus" as seen and heard from the conductor's Google Glass -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/1/7/…
  • How Sleep Deprivation Decays the Mind and Body owl.li/shOk8
  • Google Puts Over 57,000 Works of Art on the Web owl.li/shOhD
  • Beyond selfies and twerking … the words that really mattered in 2013 owl.li/shOfe
  • Four iPad Stats Every Publisher Should Knowowl.li/shKgr
  • 28 Beautiful Quotes About Librariesowl.li/shF35
  • Watch Japanese scientists levitate things using nothing but soundwaves owl.li/shEXd
  • More Quirky iPhone Photos of Everyday Objects by Brock Davis owl.li/shEV9
  • 9 Child Prodigies (Who Actually Ended Up Doing Something) owl.li/shELY
  • A Mom And Her Son Blow Bubbles In The Freezing Cold. They Never Expected It To Look So Amazing owl.li/shEIY
  • ◉ New Year's Resolutions Are A Lousy Substitute To Caring owl.li/shLcZ
  • Lovely, Intricate Illustrations Of Coffee Culture Created On Coffee Filters owl.li/shzCv
  • Apple Engineer Creates Elaborate Drawing Machine, Using Legos owl.li/shzxC
  • The Art of Living: A Free Stanford Course Explores Timeless Questions owl.li/shzhp
  • ◉ This year, will you: create or consume? -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/1/6/…
  • Designing Packaging Isn't Easy. Here's All The Innovation You Don't See owl.li/shzal
  • The future arrives over and over and over again, photos from the CES vault: 1967 to 2013owl.li/shytN
  • Day Made: Neil Gaiman Reads Charles Dickens’s Original Performance Script for “A Christmas Carol” owl.li/siFbm
  • CBS Films Takes Out Full-Page 'NYT' Ad Featuring a Single Tweet owl.li/siE5d
  • Tim Berners-Lee Speaks Out Against Unchecked Government Surveillanceowl.li/sg5wK
  • Openness to experience is the personality trait most consistently associated with creativity.owl.li/sg53d
  • These Scientists Studied Why Internet Stories Go Viral. You Won't Believe What They Foundowl.li/sg0TE
  • Zappos is going holacratic: no job titles, no managers, no hierarchy owl.li/sg0Jd
  • To change attitudes and behaviors, it helps to first change the vernacular. owl.li/shO3B
  • The blog is dead, long live the blog: Nieman Journalism Lab owl.li/sfZSf
  • “No story should depend upon interactive design elements; a story should remain readable and compelling on its own.”owl.li/sfZFY
  • Amazing: Capturing images of bystanders by zooming in on pictures of corneas owl.li/sfZfT
  • Facebook’s Cutesy Annual Report To Partners Reveals First Country-By-Country Mobile Statsowl.li/sfZcV
  • 10 unsolved mysteries in classical musicowl.li/sfYDH
  • How the Simpsons Have Secretly Been Teaching You Math owl.li/sfYgG
  • 11 Expert Tips To Help You Be More Productive In 2014 owl.li/sfWXo
  • How Netflix Reverse Engineered Hollywoodowl.li/sfWB0
  • Why You Should Read More Novelsowl.li/sfWaK
  • Five Reasons Why You Should Probably Stop Using Antibacterial Soap owl.li/sfVOr
  • Famous Resolution Lists: Jonathan Swift, Susan Sontag, Marilyn Monroe, Woody Guthrieowl.li/sfUVX
  • How Does Heart Rate Change with Exercise?- Scientific American owl.li/sfqEx
  • The One Simple Thing That Can Make You Much More Impressive owl.li/sfqy4
  • Maps give us perspective. Here are some amazing ones: owl.li/sfq8c
  • What Drives Us to Do the Right Thing? A Look at New Brain Research owl.li/sfpRq
  • The 15 Most Memorable Profiles Of 2013owl.li/rRmUF
  • Polynesians May Have Invented Binary Mathowl.li/rRmSF

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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