The Week's Links: April 25, 2014

All the links posted on social networks this week: 

  • How to Set Goals Like Google http://owl.li/vTegz
  • 40 maps that explain the world http://owl.li/vThT1
  • The Great Facebook Unbundling- Om Malik http://owl.li/vSbbe
  • David Ogilvy’s advice to his nephew on whether to pursue education or get a job. http://owl.li/vTizv
  • Lost Andy Warhol artworks discovered on Amiga floppies from the '80s owl.li/w8KYU
  • Joss Whedon's new film In Your Eyes premieres online (Wired UK) owl.li/w8HYw
  • The List Of Animals Who Can Truly, Really Dance Is Very Short. Who's On It? owl.li/vUz04
  • Why ‘Side Projects’ matter? owl.li/vUAgz
  • ◉ 2,131 books fell over... owl.li/vaDJe
  • Two Artificial Intelligence Chatbots Talk to Each Other & Get Into a Deep Philosophical Conversation owl.li/vS9jV
  • How Japan copied American culture and made it better owl.li/vUzMf
  • ◉ Sandy Pentland: Social Physics, How Good Ideas Spread The Lessons From A New Science - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/4/24…
  • Highlights From Innovation Uncensored New York 2014 owl.li/vS97u
  • The Oldest Living Things in the World owl.li/vUzGZ
  • 2 interactive music projects you have to check out (if you haven’t already) georgeandjonathan.com/#1 & tether.plaid.co.uk
  • Neuroscientists Conduct the Most Frustrating Brain Scanning Study Ever owl.li/vS8Zw
  • The top 100 animated movies owl.li/vUzBw
  • Does Thinking Fast Mean You’re Thinking Smarter? owl.li/vUzwj
  • 10 Crucial Lessons From History's Greatest Graphic Designers owl.li/vPIlH
  • How to Make Hiring Less of a Headache owl.li/vT9LG
  • ◉ Design In A Nutshell owl.li/vaDI7
  • Heartbleed, the Branding of a Bug, and the Internet of Things owl.li/vPI5Q
  • Do Pulitzers Help Newspapers Keep Readers? owl.li/vT8r5
  • There Is No Such Thing As Silence- Fantastic episode of TLDR podcast. owl.li/vPHSh
  • How It Works: Audio Compression owl.li/vT7VU
  • ◉ Joi Ito & Tim Brown on The Future of Making - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/4/22…
  • Take Free Online Courses at Hogwarts: Charms, Potions, Defense Against the Dark Arts owl.li/vPHhf
  • MIT designs a floating, tsunami-proof nuclear plant owl.li/vT6JN
  • Why We Misplace Our Keys, Phones, Wallets owl.li/vQSFh
  • New Banksy Art Explores the Role of Technology in Our Lives owl.li/vMUGv
  • The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/w3eZj
  • Top 10 Learnings from Designs of the Year 2014- Jonathan Hall owl.li/vPGAJ
  • ◉ How to Write a Better Case Study owl.li/vaDGc
  • Trust and attention, the endless dance owl.li/vMUtz
  • This 1981 Computer Magazine Cover Explains Why We’re So Bad at Tech Predictions owl.li/vPGtC
  • 3D-printed tumour formed for drug trials owl.li/vKc9f
  • ◉ Magic in Service of Truth: Rushdie pays tribute to Gabriel García Márquez - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/4/21…
  • The Guardian's robot newspaper comes to the U.S. owl.li/vPG0s
  • Tobias Frere-Jones: typography and New York City’s history owl.li/vK6F8
  • We Remember People We Met as Babies, Even If We Don't Remember Being Babies owl.li/vMYMm
  • A Day in the Life of New York City Wall Advertisement Painters owl.li/vMUXE
  • What Makes The Best Logos So Good owl.li/vJ4PZ
  • How Sleep Protects the Brain owl.li/vK6At
  • ◉ Theater Business Models: The Next Frontier owl.li/vaDE3
  • 5 examples of how the languages we speak can affect the way we think owl.li/vJ4pA
  • Agency. Or Why We Love Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings. Complexity and the Future of Story Telling. owl.li/vK6iO
  • W.H. Auden’s 1941 Literature Syllabus Asks Students to Read 32 Great Works, Covering 6000 Pages owl.li/vJ2FO
  • ◉ Larry Smith: Why you will fail to have a great career - smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/4/16…
  • The Crossroads of Should and Must owl.li/vK6dl
  • Download 35,000 Works of Art from the National Gallery, Including Masterpieces by Van Gogh, Gauguin, Rembrandt & More owl.li/vIm1A
  • Stunning drone footage of Sydney, Australia owl.li/vJw2I
  • 10 viewing trends for 2014 that will change the way we watch TV owl.li/vJ4SW
  • Microsoft’s Big-Data Angle: Office as a Friendly Front-End owl.li/vRumm
  • The Future of WordPress owl.li/vRn9W
  • Steven Pinker’s Mind Games: A “Psychological Science" quiz owl.li/vRtqF
  • Science & Cooking: Harvard's Free Course on Making Cakes, Paella & Other Delicious Food owl.li/vRl5q
  • The Original Selfies: The Triumph of the Self-Portrait owl.li/vRt3U
  • Google Wants to Make ‘Science Fiction’ a Reality—And That’s Limiting Their Imagination owl.li/vQUVW
  • Beautifully Intricate Food Illustrations by Anna Keville Joyce owl.li/vRoiw
  • The Truth About Google X: An Exclusive Look Behind The Secretive Lab's Closed Doors owl.li/vQURE
  • Amazing: Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller: a year in their lives- in pictures owl.li/vRnHa
  • Fantastic: Video Games If They Were Medieval Religious Paintings owl.li/vRnvu
  • Oldest Fossilized Heart Found…It Belonged to A Shrimp owl.li/vK2ZI
  • On Keeping It Simple owl.li/vJAHC
  • Forget Wristbands, Health Trackers of the Future Will Be Skin Patches owl.li/vK2YJ
  • Email Inbox Management Tips owl.li/vJAEj
  • Kevin Slavin: How algorithms shape our world owl.li/vJLwm
  • The Most Underrated Skill for Creatives? Empathy. owl.li/vJAy2
  • Susan Jean Robertson amazing compilation of Style guide links owl.li/vJLuL
  • The New And The Next: Making Math And Microscopes More Accessible owl.li/vJx8J
  • The Risk Behind Netflix’s Original Programming Leap owl.li/vJLfB
  • Inside The New Yorker's digital strategy owl.li/vJKOP
  • Fantastic podcast: Title TK | 99% Invisible on the art, science and challenges of naming things. owl.li/vEDpw
  • Charles Limb: Your brain on improv owl.li/vIm03
  • ◉ When Patents Attack And Their Collateral Damage owl.li/vaDxQ
  • Smithsonian: Announcing Our 11th Annual Photo Contest Finalists owl.li/vAOEm
  • 4 Amazing Things NASA Invented, and 4 You Think It Did owl.li/vFasH
  • 101-year-old bottle message found owl.li/vzG39
  • What It's Like To Design A Font From Scratch owl.li/vF9nv

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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