The Week’s Links: February 7, 2014

All the links posted on social networks this week: 

  • 100 People Transforming The American Economy For Good http://owl.li/taFbj
  • Where digital secrets go to diehttp://owl.li/taFxO
  • Why Even the Worst Bloggers Are Making Us Smarter http://owl.li/taFGA
  • Facebook Turns 10: The Mark Zuckerberg Interview - Businessweek http://owl.li/taFJe
  • Inside The Ad-Free, Crowdfunded Publication That Is Upending The Newspaper Businessowl.li/taETT
  • ◉ Paola Antonelli Teaches Stephen Colbert A Thing Or Two About Applied Designowl.li/sW6xF
  • Oxford Dictionaries Sports A New Logoowl.li/taEP5
  • Meet The Man Who Solved The Mysterious Cicada 3301 Puzzle owl.li/taEAP
  • ◉ Icons, A Short Film Of Iconic Cultural Images - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/2/4/…
  • Beautiful: Gorgeous, Digitally Manipulated X-Ray Photographs of Animals and Flowersowl.li/taEzl
  • The four horsemen of mediocrity owl.li/taE4Q
  • ◉ Recommended: The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success -smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • UK Critic’s Circle National Dance Awards Call Out The Best In British Dance owl.li/t3TTJ
  • Ferran Adrià: A look inside the complex mind of the world's most innovative chef owl.li/t3fZq
  • 4 Habits Of Punctual People owl.li/t3eOt
  • ◉ The Real Work Of Writing: Elizabeth Gilbert Takes On Philip Roth owl.li/sW6we
  • 5 Things Your Brain Needs More Of Every Dayowl.li/t2UvF
  • ◉ Love In The Time Of Advertising, A Musical Short Film -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/2/4/…
  • From Vincent Van Gogh to Lady Gaga, we tend to like artists’ work more if we perceive them as idiosyncratic. owl.li/t2Udf
  • The Dunning-Kruger Effect: Why People Have So Much Trouble Recognizing Their Own Incompetence owl.li/t2U4U
  • ◉ Recommended: Things a Little Bird Told Me: Confessions of the Creative Mind -smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • “A long time ago, the line between ballet and contemporary dance became blurred.”owl.li/t2TRA
  • Ballet dancer lands lead role in new Starz ballet series 'Flesh and Bone' owl.li/t2TIh
  • Your guide to good work relationshipsowl.li/t2TrI
  • The Woman Who Survived All Three Disasters Aboard the Sister Ships: the Titanic, Britannic, and Olympic owl.li/t2Thy
  • The World's Most Expensive Cup of Coffeeowl.li/t2T9f
  • What was the first year of Kickstarter like?owl.li/t2Rfc
  • The Mysterious Book That Nobody Can Read Or Decipher owl.li/t2Qbw
  • The New York Times' Most Popular Story of 2013 Was Not an Article owl.li/t2OHV
  • ◉ A Simple Trick for Tripling People's Charitable Donations owl.li/sW6uw
  • If you ever used Quark you have to read this: How QuarkXPress became a mere afterthought in publishing owl.li/t2Ozt
  • Fantastic: The Making of Black Sails (2014) Opening Titles — Art of the Title owl.li/t2MCX
  • The Behavioral Psychology of Netflix's Plan to Charge Higher Prices owl.li/t2y4j
  • ◉ Is There Such A Thing As TMI? -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/2/2/…
  • The Next Generation Will Save the Artsowl.li/t2xxL
  • ◉ Recommended: Flex: The New Playbook for Managing Across Differences -smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Scientists Digitize Psychology's Most Famous Brain owl.li/t2wBJ
  • IDEO's Tim Brown: The One Thing You Need to Generate Great Ideas owl.li/t2wy0
  • Animation basics: The art of timing and spacing - TED-Ed owl.li/t2wr7
  • Creativitys Top 5: The Super Bowl Editionowl.li/tfl4w
  • Creativity Agency and Innovators of the Year 2013 owl.li/tfjSm
  • Work Smarter, Not Harder: 21 Time Management Tips to Hack Productivityowl.li/t0XNH
  • Rare and Imaginative Drawings Reveal an Untold Chapter in European Art Historyowl.li/t0Xl3
  • ◉ The 2000 Year Old Computer: The Antikythera Mechanism owl.li/sW6s3
  • 14 Beautiful Train Stations From Around the World owl.li/t0XjH
  • The science of how temperature and lighting impacts our productivity owl.li/sYQyw
  • Found! Rare Renaissance Illustrations That Depict The End Of The World owl.li/sYLQw
  • ◉ Holiday Travel, In China -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/2/2/…
  • Ha!: One Ad to rule them all. If Tolkien worked in advertising. owl.li/sY9fv
  • 50 Years of Cuban Film Posters owl.li/sXX97
  • The Apple Super Bowl spot that didn't run (?)owl.li/teaGh
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald Creates a List of 22 Essential Books, 1936 owl.li/sXQel
  • ◉ Recommended: Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration -smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • How online gamers are solving science's biggest problems owl.li/sXQdd
  • Cornell President: Young scientists must be taught music and the arts owl.li/sXGcN
  • Top 25 Oddball Interview Questionsowl.li/sX1wi
  • TED Radio Hour: Predicting The Futureowl.li/sWRGb
  • The Power of Process: What Young Mozart Teaches Us About the Secret of Cultivating Genius owl.li/sWRC9
  • Who reads books in America, and how?owl.li/sW73z
  • Live Events Are King for Getting People to Recommend and Buy Brands owl.li/sW4E7
  • 5 Ways to Do Nothing and Become More Productive owl.li/sW46F
  • Talent Is Persistence: What It Takes To Be An Independent Creative owl.li/sW44N
  • Ideas Are Our Greatest Natural Resourceowl.li/sW43R
  • 17 Supermarket Tricks, Tips And Insider Secrets You’re Probably Clueless Aboutowl.li/sW3Ij
  • Reuters The Pew Research Center reported that nearly a quarter of American adults had not read a single book in the past year....
  • A Journey to the End of the World (of Minecraft)owl.li/sW3vP
  • The Noun Project, Insights on Symbol Design, by Jon Hicks owl.li/sW3oN
  • Peirce's Symbolic Iconic and Indexical Signs: Semiotics owl.li/sW3mz
  • Illustrator’s Pen Tool: The Comprehensive Guide owl.li/sW3k9
  • Joan Didion on Keeping a Notebookowl.li/sW307
  • Writing Is Thinking owl.li/sW2Z4
  • 25 Big Novels That Are Worth Your Timeowl.li/sW2R8
  • Research: Using a Smartphone After 9 pm Leaves Workers Disengaged owl.li/sW2NZ
  • The World Changing Ideas Of 2014owl.li/sW2yS
  • 20 Great Stage-to-Screen Adaptationsowl.li/sW2sx
  • Inside the Super Bowl Social Media Command Center owl.li/taDYU
  • How Curiosity Cultivates Creativity owl.li/sW2j0
  • 50 Essential Mystery Novels That Everyone Should Read owl.li/sW2ab
  • Yves Morieux: As work gets more complex, 6 rules to simplify owl.li/sW1Sd
  • Turns Out The Ancient Greeks Were Quite The Grill Masters owl.li/sW1Pu
  • ◉ Learning to code is learning to think. Kids should learn programming. owl.li/sW6pq
  • How Arduino Is Becoming The World's Social Network For Hackers And Makers owl.li/sW1J9
  • ◉ Recommended: On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes -smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • There is evidence that reading can increase levels of all three major categories of intelligence. owl.li/sW1Ea

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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