The Week's Links: July 11, 2014

All the links posted on social networks this week: 

  • WSJ takes you inside Data Science Lab: Facebook Experiments Had Few Limitshttp://owl.li/yONI4
  • Dancing Can Help Senior Mobility – WebMDhttp://owl.li/yOO0h
  • They Have Seen the Future of the Internet, and It Is Dark http://owl.li/yOOMm
  • Box-Office Data on New Met Productions Illustrate the Company's Struggle - WSJhttp://owl.li/yONRx
  • Want to Brainstorm New Ideas? Then Limit Your Online Connections http://owl.li/yOOOE
  • Why the Research on Viewing TV Is Best Ignored - NYTimes.com http://owl.li/yONSh
  • Meet Del Harvey, Twitter’s VP of Trust and Safety http://owl.li/yOOSD
  • Wolf Trap to unveil supertitles on your smartphone for opera performanceshttp://owl.li/yONTm
  • The Science of Us: Guide to Making Friendsowl.li/yONrQ
  • Fantastic list: Scientist biography recommendations owl.li/yONEC /via @kottke
  • Great article: What Facebook Knows | MIT Technology Review owl.li/yONra
  • This Typeface’s Letters Are the Average of the World’s Handwriting owl.li/yONxl
  • Why More Start-Ups Are Sharing Ideas Without Legal Protection owl.li/yONqD
  • The Rise of the Chief Marketing Technologist - Harvard Business Review owl.li/yONvd
  • The Cost of Continuously Checking Emailowl.li/yONpp
  • Pentagram Rebrands Philadelphia's Museum Of Art owl.li/yONuv
  • Projected 360º Installation Immerses Viewers in Breathtaking Virtual Universe owl.li/yONsJ
  • Neuroscientists Say We're Wired To Enjoy Artowl.li/yONnF
  • These Amazing Pictures Made the Shortlist For Astronomy Photographer of the Yearowl.li/yONiE
  • Don't Just Learn to Code, Learn How to Think Like a Computer Scientist owl.li/yONmk
  • Google CEO Larry Page Says Future Workforce Is Part Time owl.li/yONhN
  • Google’s Street View cameras are touring museums and taking weird selfies by accidentowl.li/yONlU
  • Internet Of Things Brings Harry Potter’s “Marauders Map” owl.li/yONhj
  • Neuroscientists Discover an Ignition Switch for Consciousness owl.li/yONlu
  • 794 Ways in Which BuzzFeed Reminds Us of Impending Death - NYTimes.com owl.li/yONe4
  • :TED-Ed: The art of the metaphor - Jane Hirshfield owl.li/yONlf
  • Q&A: Chris Carter on The X-Files and 'The '90s: The Last Great Decade' owl.li/yONkq
  • On Creativity: One subject, many points of view. owl.li/yOFVZ
  • Steven Pinker Uses Theories from Evolutionary Biology to Explain Why Academic Writing is So Bad owl.li/yOFJs
  • An Interactive Infographic of British Interior Design Trends by Decade (1950s to 2010s)owl.li/yOFQN
  • Philosophy: Free Courses Online owl.li/yOFIT
  • Here’s What the Leaders of Tech Told Graduates in 2014 - Digits - WSJ owl.li/yOFPE
  • 4 ways we stop ourselves from pursuing our dreams owl.li/yOFDU
  • Bono and Jonathan Ive Provide an Inside Look At The Success--And Future--Of (RED)owl.li/yOFOy
  • ▶ Fireworks filmed with a drone owl.li/yOFCQ
  • ‘This American Life’ Launching Spin-Off Storytelling Podcast ‘Serial’ in Fall 2014owl.li/yOFMm
  • IDEO: Shaping a School System, From the Ground Up - NYTimes.com owl.li/yOFKj
  • Check out the Spectrum events at The Metropolitan Museum of Art owl.li/yNCBo
  • New York Public Library Looks at Innovative Models for Renovation - WSJ owl.li/yNC07
  • Quantum Computing 101 with D-Wave;s Vern Brownell owl.li/yNCxu
  • Milestone: “Transformers” Movie Has Bigger Box Office In China Opening Week Than In North America owl.li/yNBSK
  • Quantum state may be a real thing | Ars Technica owl.li/yNCuV
  • NYC Pledges $23 Million to Arts Education in 2015 owl.li/yNBOp
  • Why It's Finally Time To Embrace Your Mobile Device As An Effective Working Toolowl.li/yNCtO
  • Consciousness on-off switch discovered deep in brain owl.li/yNBNf
  • Visualizing Algorithms owl.li/yNClM
  • The journalism of Gabriel García Márquezowl.li/yNC58
  • More Americans streamed the USA vs. Germany World Cup match online than this year’s Super Bowl owl.li/yNBsd
  • How J.K. Rowling Plotted Harry Potter with a Hand-Drawn Spreadsheet owl.li/yG8Kk
  • 10 Significant Things You Likely Didn't Know About Social Media But Should owl.li/yNBix
  • 25 Minutes of Meditation Will Get Rid of Your Stress owl.li/yG8Hf
  • IBM's Watson supercomputer will help you cook in this new recipe app owl.li/yN7pg
  • Do Feelings Compute? If Not, The Turing Test Doesn't Mean Much owl.li/yG8CG
  • The Big Question: What is the future of online journalism? owl.li/yN7ka
  • Want: Cloud, An Interactive Speaker and Lamp Combination That Looks Like a Thundercloudowl.li/yG8z7
  • Madrid's parking meters now charge extra if you drive a fuel hog owl.li/yN7dI
  • Seth's Blog: How will you choose your next project? owl.li/yGGAR
  • Artistically Challenged: First Series To Air On Instagram Exclusively owl.li/yG8vN
  • How Pharrell's Creative Director Is Making The World Happy owl.li/yEtNt
  • Ad Age Survey: How Advertisers Are Spending on Facebook, Twitter and YouTubeowl.li/yFUJR
  • How GoPro Is Transforming Advertising As We Know It owl.li/yEs5v
  • Legend: @AmericanAir saved $100K/year by removing olives in salads. 2 MIT scienitsts checked: owl.li/yFUwE /via @NateSilver538
  • 6 Scientifically Proven Ways To Boost Your Self-Control owl.li/yErPY
  • Films Inspired by Artworks owl.li/yEwb1
  • This Audio Illusion Reveals A Funny Quirk About Your Brain owl.li/yzOyU
  • 4 ways we stop ourselves from pursuing our dreams owl.li/yEvsw
  • Why The Future Of Marketing Belongs To Geeks AND Freaks owl.li/yEuwR
  • The World's 26 Best Commercials of 2013-14. The Grand Prix and gold Lion winners from Cannes owl.li/yyRok
  • The Generation Raised on Touchscreens Will Forever Alter Tech Design owl.li/yyR0b
  • Ebooks v paper. Which do our brains prefer?owl.li/yyRjm
  • New Research Shows Search Ads Drive Brand Awareness – Google owl.li/yyQSt
  • Newspaper Makes Deal With Arts Organization For More Arts Coverage (Pay To Play?)owl.li/yyRh5
  • ◉ Jane ni Dhulchaointigh: The Magic Is in The Process owl.li/yzBSz
  • The future of digital marketing will be built on fun owl.li/yyQRF
  • ◉ Recommended: Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries owl.li/yzAxv

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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