The Week's Links: May 16, 2014

All the links posted on social networks this week: 

  • Mills & Boon characters will email you back in new transmedia tale http://owl.li/wGIWz
  • ◉ Ballerinas Defined http://owl.li/wGwq4
  • ◉ Recommended: The Intellectual Devotional Biographies http://owl.li/wGuSF
  • Don't Make Marketing Your Enemyhttp://owl.li/wGBd0
  • Fantastic: Learnist- The Bookstore of the Future http://owl.li/wGJws
  • Changing Channels: Americans View Just 17 Channels Despite Record Number to Choose From http://owl.li/wGCpE
  • ◉ Why Employers Must Learn That Creativity Is Not Just For the Young -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/5/14…
  • Scientists May Have Decoded One of the Secrets to Superconductors owl.li/wGB7n
  • Copyright Licensing Organization Creative Commons has a new CEO owl.li/wSmIw
  • Each Week, Two Anonymous Students Named Dangerdust Create This Amazing Chalkboard Art owl.li/wGFx7
  • How To Use 10 Psychological Theories To Persuade People owl.li/wGCPC
  • The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/wRsVl
  • 4 Tips On Creativity From The Creator Of Calvin & Hobbes owl.li/wGtoG
  • MIT iPhone App Makes You Intimate With A Stranger owl.li/wGB6c
  • 41 Brand Names People Use as Generic Termsowl.li/wGsQC
  • ◉ Recommended: The Intellectual Devotional Modern Culture owl.li/wGuQ3
  • ◉ A Tribute To Alfred Hitchcock owl.li/wGvLP
  • What’s The Difference Between A Font And A Typeface? owl.li/wGsuZ
  • When A Simple Logo Isn’t The Best Choiceowl.li/wGAp2
  • ◉ Young Minds in Critical Condition -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/5/13…
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson: Walt Whitman job recommendation letter owl.li/wGrZG
  • The London Underground Has Its Own Internet Of Things owl.li/wGAdl
  • Six Common Problems With The UX Process, And Six Solutions! owl.li/wGu06
  • Interfaces That Make You Feel Oldowl.li/wGfRA
  • They Found Shakespeare’s Dictionary on eBay (or So They Say) owl.li/wxfW5
  • Mapping The International Availability of Entertainment Services owl.li/wFFbf
  • The Unmasking of "Japan's Beethoven" The Real Composer Behind the Music of Mamoru Samuragochi owl.li/wxfjr
  • ◉ Recommended: The Intellectual Devotionalowl.li/wGuII
  • San Francisco MOMA to honor Apple designer Jony Ive with lifetime achievement awardowl.li/wE7cP
  • ◉ Del Close's Eleven Commandments of Improvisation owl.li/wGvD9
  • 100 Most Creative People 2014- Fast Companyowl.li/wNqvR
  • Great Radiolab: For the Love of Numbersowl.li/wxezs
  • The Most Creative People In Tech, 2014- Fast Company owl.li/wNpjI
  • Fast Company: Most Creative Peopleowl.li/wNp6q
  • ◉ The Paradox of Art as Work -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/5/13…
  • Install Hoefler & Co. Fonts on iOS owl.li/wxVEC
  • Meet: Alonzo King, LINES choreographerowl.li/wxehn
  • My Night at the Opera. James Wolcott's goes to the opera for the first time. owl.li/wxsxF
  • AIGA | Century: 100 Years of Type in Designowl.li/wxqXZ
  • 3 ways status gets us stuck owl.li/wxe1h
  • Charles Duhigg On How The Power of Habit Drives Everything In Life (And Business)owl.li/wx5Ye
  • 10 Kinds of Stories to Tell with Dataowl.li/wxagA
  • 3 Ways Big Data Is Going To Be Used Against You In The Future owl.li/wx4UK
  • ◉ Recommended: 100 Ideas that Changed Film owl.li/wGuyc
  • GitHub language trends and the fragmenting landscape– Donnie Berkholz's Story of Dataowl.li/wxa6U
  • ◉ How to Be a Genius owl.li/wGvjp
  • What the Internet Sounds Like owl.li/wx3Yn
  • The Art of Business Pitching Has Changed. Are You Onboard? owl.li/wx9V1
  • ◉ Mark Ronson: TED Remixed & The Exhilarating Creativity of Remixing -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/5/9/…
  • Embracing the power user owl.li/wvZKU
  • Public Domain Images: Resource for high resolution public domain images and free stock photos owl.li/wx9jG
  • How the cubicle came to be: The Office from Beginning to End owl.li/wx8Pm
  • How Social Entrepreneurs Can Have the Most Impact owl.li/wvZFt
  • Scientists Discover Clever Trick Ancient Egyptians Used to Build Pyramids owl.li/wtYfu
  • Why You Should Plan for Serendipityowl.li/wvZAP
  • Why you should stop sweating everyday aggravations and embrace the benefits of stress. owl.li/wt1XW
  • All of Bach for Free! New Site Will Put Performances of 1080 Bach Compositions Online owl.li/wvU8g
  • Did you ever wonder how does a laser work?owl.li/wt1Bv
  • Amazing: 271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book owl.li/wvTKE
  • Meet the First Generation of Social Nativesowl.li/wsS75
  • TED Plalist: How to tell a story owl.li/wvP8f
  • Ideo Imagines 18 Packaging Concepts For The Future owl.li/wu0bD
  • The Mind Does Not Belong in a Cubicleowl.li/wsfFH
  • Poor man’s copyright: Mailing something to yourself doesn’t work. owl.li/wseJg
  • The Five Best Libraries For Building Data Visualizations owl.li/wsfqf
  • Truly saddened by the news that Vignelli is very ill. Send him a note, I did: Creative Review - Dear Massimo... owl.li/wHyMu
  • The Great Works of Software owl.li/wseqs
  • Industry-Leading Designers Share Their Current Top 3 Favorite Typefaces → Typewolfowl.li/wsfeN
  • Mat Honan: The Year of the Facebookowl.li/wseki
  • 7 Things You Need To Stop Doing To Be More Productive, Backed By Science owl.li/wseUB
  • Teens are going completely bananas for the new Snapchat owl.li/wse1f
  • What do conductors do? owl.li/wseOk
  • Conduct a Virtual Symphony With Touchscreens and an Interactive Batonowl.li/wseMY
  • How to Humanize Your Brand and Differentiate It owl.li/wsdAf
  • Net Neutrality in the US simply explained and additional resources: owl.li/wGsXo
  • Tech firms write to U.S. FCC to oppose 'net neutrality' plan owl.li/wGsDM
  • How Disney's Imagineers Keep The Magic Ideas Coming owl.li/wscdy
  • Why you should stop taking pictures on your phone – and learn to draw owl.li/wsdrH
  • How Steve Wozniak Wrote BASIC for the Original Apple From Scratch owl.li/wsaTw
  • 2014 National Design Award Winners- Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York owl.li/wscTI

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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