The Week's Links: December 26, 2014

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • ‘Know Before You Fly’, An Animation by the FAA About Drone Safety for People Who Receive Unpiloted Aircraft as Gifts owl.li/GpCGt
  • A decade from now, will our offices commute to us? owl.li/GpCJu
  • The science of setting goals owl.li/Gqx8K
  • Watch Art on Ancient Greek Vases Come to Life with 21st Century Animation owl.li/GpCIQ
  • The chemistry of cookies - Stephanie Warren owl.li/GpC4I
  • How Facebook and Candy Crush Got You Hooked owl.li/GpBYo
  • The mythology of Middle-earth explained in four short minutes owl.li/GpmWG
  • The “motion microscope,” a video-processing tool plays tiny changes in motion impossible to see with the naked eye owl.li/GpBXy
  • 5 Bizarre Christmas Traditions From Around the World ... owl.li/GqD2G
  • Sony Threatens to Sue Twitter Over Tweets Containing Leaked Emails owl.li/GmYUd
  • A Christmas Feast, Experienced With Dishes From Around the World owl.li/GpnaQ
  • Coca-Cola Disconnects Voice Mail at Headquarters owl.li/GmRKt
  • The Eggnog Riot: Jefferson Davis throws a holiday rager. owl.li/Gpn6Z
  • Daily chart: Which miser makes the most? owl.li/GpCEw
  • A 2014 Timeline of When Brands Did Superb Things in Social Media owl.li/Gpn2T
  • The Daily Habits of Highly Productive Philosophers: Nietzsche, Marx & Immanuel Kant owl.li/GfSmZ
  • Design Legend Louise Fili Photographs The Gorgeous Typography Of Italy owl.li/GfSg6
  • NASA Just Emailed A Wrench Into Space for 3D Printing owl.li/Gc2Jn
  • These Companies Own All the Food Brands owl.li/GfP1N
  • Inside the Business of Serial owl.li/G8piY
  • TED Playlist: Talks to restore your faith in humanity owl.li/GfOZp
  • Miles Davis's Illustrious Jazz Career Visualized Like A Record owl.li/G8nH8
  • 700 Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices owl.li/GfOSe
  • Mathematicians Make a Major Discovery About Prime Numbers owl.li/GiHvq
  • 12 Horrible Gobbledygook Words We Reluctantly Accepted owl.li/GfO4i
  • Inside the secret lab where Amazon is designing the future of reading owl.li/G88jl
  • Building the Bakery of Every Kid's Dreams owl.li/G82r2
  • Seeing blue where there is none. owl.li/G7FVF
  • McSweeney’s: Serial’s Sarah Koenig On Santa’s Alleged Hit-and-Run Murder of Grandma. owl.li/G81Cc
  • Meet the Guy Who Designed the Elegant Branding for Serial owl.li/G7DWk
  • Why Schools Should Lower The Bar For Teaching Programming To Kids owl.li/G7L36
  • Tech Toys to Make Children Smarter owl.li/G7wvz
  • The Most Popular Toys Of The Holidays, According To Shipping Containers owl.li/G7KRi
  • From Saturn's Moons To The Hoover Dam: The Greatest Landscape Photos Of All Time owl.li/G8nCV
  • The science of "hangry" — how low blood sugar makes you a monster owl.li/G7HhS
  • 10 Words Shakespeare Used With Unclear Meanings owl.li/G6bXW
  • A Secret Ballroom Built In The 1800s Lies Under A Lake, Guarded By Neptune owl.li/G6bOS
  • The 23 Best Countries for Work-Life Balance owl.li/G67lc
  • Fascinating Photos of NASA's Abandoned Launch Sites owl.li/G6brA
  • What It's Like To Design A Font From Scratch owl.li/G66Gj
  • What Happened When Marissa Mayer Tried to Be Steve Jobs - NYTimes.comowl.li/G6bgE
  • Science Shows Art Is Doing Something Amazing to Our Health owl.li/G4HnK
  • How Netflix Reverse Engineered Hollywood owl.li/G6bcV
  • The Secret World of Stolen Smartphones, Where Business Is Booming owl.li/G74A1
  • The Surprising Ways Your Breath Connects You to the Entire Planet owl.li/G6aZK
  • The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/G4H4z
  • Student Doodles from the Middle Ages owl.li/G0JiP
  • 10 Everyday Technologies We Owe to NASA owl.li/G0nqa
  • Where Did Times New Roman Come From? owl.li/G0HdE
  • What Is The Oldest Known Song? owl.li/FWre5
  • Sage advice from designers: What’s the one thing you wish you’d been told? owl.li/G0GHh
  • Inside an internet addiction treatment centre in China owl.li/FVXrf
  • Why learning Spanish, not Mandarin, is the best way to globalize your ideas owl.li/G4HhU
  • The Urban Dictionary Of Design Slang owl.li/G0tbY
  • Ayse Birsel: The designs I love most owl.li/FSaS9
  • Beautiful, old stuff is still really cool: A look inside the new Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum owl.li/FSaOI
  • Nicholas Negroponte on Biotechnology and Future Learning owl.li/FRUEc
  • Fascinating maps of how people connect in Istanbul, Baltimore, Barcelona and more owl.li/FSaLk
  • Working hours: Proof that you should get a life. With higher working hours, labor output per hour fell. owl.li/FRQiC
  • David Kelley: The designs I love most owl.li/FSaJ6
  • Eastern Philosophy Explained with Three Animated Videos by Alain de Botton's School of Life owl.li/FRMz7
  • How Busy People Make Time To Read--And You Can Too owl.li/FS3Bs
  • On visual web, a photo is worth more than a 1000 words owl.li/FVNYk
  • Watch All of Terry Gilliam's Monty Python Animations in a Row owl.li/FRVrw
  • Why your brain loves procrastination owl.li/FRLQc
  • A brief history of web design for designers. Explained with animations owl.li/FRLCc
  • ‘Locked in the Ether’, Eerie Photos of Flowers Frozen in Ice owl.li/FQP1F
  • Instagram Is Getting So Good at News, It Should Scare Twitter owl.li/FRGKl
  • ◉ Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Did you notice? Today Obama only called on women, all of them print reporters, during his press conference. owl.li/Gc4DH
  • ◉ Larry Smith: Why you will fail to have a great career owl.li/FQU97
  • A lost Disney cartoon from 1927 has been found owl.li/FQHkk
  • The Backfire Effect: The Psychology of Why We Have a Hard Time Changing Our Minds owl.li/FQTi4
  • Amazing: Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives owl.li/FQHhK
  • A Stroll Through New York’s Gorgeous, and Occasionally Trippy, Holiday Windows owl.li/FQT8b
  • The Economic History of the Last 2,000 Years in 1 Little Graph owl.li/FQT5M

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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