The Week's Links: July 18, 2014

All the links posted on social networks this week: 

  • 10 Brands That Will Disappear This Year- TIMEowl.li/z9NQ9
  • Ricky Gervais Shares His Secrets for Success: Be a "Cocky Little Nobody" owl.li/z9Agk
  • Why Are Songs on the Radio About the Same Length? owl.li/z9JDF
  • BBC News - The costs and benefits of publishing your own books owl.li/z9A9n
  • Can Memes Exist Outside of the Internet?owl.li/z9Jmx
  • Inside Disney's Virtual Playground for Fantasies: Video - Bloomberg owl.li/z9A1A
  • Cult Novels: An Essential List owl.li/z9HtL
  • How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Talent -NYTimes.com owl.li/z9wL1
  • Facebook’s algorithm — why our assumptions are wrong, and our concerns are rightowl.li/z9Biv
  • Contemplative practices boost creativity in problem-solving owl.li/z9B2x
  • Dungeons & Dragons Has Influenced a Generation of Writers - NYTimes.com owl.li/z9wkU
  • Relevance Is The New Remarkableowl.li/z94SK
  • It’s Time for Boards to Cross the Digital Divide - Didier Bonnet owl.li/z9weK
  • The software design trends that we love to hateowl.li/z8Z2e
  • Ethics for Technologists (and Facebook) - Michael Schrage owl.li/z9waa
  • Does Anyone Even Want a Smartwatch?owl.li/z8WBN
  • Advice From 10 Creative Technologists We Love owl.li/z9vZy
  • Lessons From The Man Who Managed Reddit's Community Of Millions owl.li/z8MhV
  • 10 Tech Trends That Are Too Big To Seeowl.li/z9vVg
  • MIT's new material opens the door to squishable, shape-shifting robots owl.li/z9usZ
  • Pondering Platform Monopolies – AVCowl.li/z8M9Q
  • How to be more confident, according to scienceowl.li/z8rGC
  • Why I’m so negative about positivity — Paul Jarvis owl.li/z8Kbp
  • 4 Surprising Things Facebook Has Learned From Your Relationship Status owl.li/z8mLj
  • The secretive billionaire who built Silicon Valleyowl.li/z8sEp
  • Nescafé Unveils New Logo and Global Branding owl.li/z8inp
  • Cutting the High Cost of Digital Living -NYTimes.com owl.li/z8skH
  • Down but Not Out: The Uncertain Future of the Crossword Puzzle owl.li/z813W
  • FontShop Joins Monotype owl.li/zdNyi
  • Unexpected: Apple, IBM in Deal to Create Apps, Sell Phones - WSJ owl.li/zdLz9
  • Digitizing the Family History - NYTimes.comowl.li/z8s7b
  • How to Take Your Cellphone Abroad (and Not Come Home Broke) owl.li/z8rWs
  • Creativity Top 5: Week of July 14, 2014owl.li/zcRbK
  • Ikea Gets Into Your Dreams With Trippy, Shakespearean New Ad owl.li/z5FfU
  • Discover the Music Vault: A Massive YouTube Archive of 13,000 Live Concert Videosowl.li/z5DdB
  • The Best And Worst Design Of The 2014 World Cup owl.li/z5FaZ
  • The Power of Maps, Past and Presentowl.li/z5Da1
  • 100 Famous Directors’ Filmmaking Adviceowl.li/z5F7p
  • 15 Music Videos Filmed In One Shotowl.li/z5D8I
  • The CIA's Style Manual & Writer's Guide: 185 Pages of Tips for Writing Like a Spyowl.li/z5Dpm
  • Apple launches developer blog for new Swift programming language owl.li/z5keY
  • When Your Skin Smells Sandalwood Oil, It Heals Itself owl.li/z5Dol
  • Download Over 250 Free Art Books From the Getty Museum owl.li/z5Df0
  • 11 Grammar Lessons From the Leaked CIA Style Book owl.li/z2kCj
  • Trust Us: The Ethics of Our Automated Futureowl.li/yYQcu
  • Secrets From The Brains Of 13 Creative Geniuses owl.li/z1AZc
  • Amazing: Museum of Natural History Announces First Adult-Only Sleepoverowl.li/yYQa3
  • The 20 most popular talks of all time: TED.comowl.li/z1jZ0
  • 10 Fashion and Beauty Items That Are Older Than You Think owl.li/yYQ6F
  • The 10 Most Viral Ads of 2014 (So Far)owl.li/z1jTZ
  • How to thrive in a world where change is constant owl.li/yW99b
  • TED Playlist: Kickstart your creativityowl.li/z13A0
  • The Best And Worst Design Of The 2014 World Cup owl.li/yYQrL
  • Do People Only Use 10% of Their Brains?owl.li/yW952
  • English Is The World's Top Borrower And Lender Of Words owl.li/yTdf1
  • Praise the artist who dances on the edgeowl.li/yVzEB
  • Neuroscientist Antonio Damasio Explains Emotions | MIT Technology Review owl.li/yTd15
  • Listen to the Oldest Song in the World: A Sumerian Hymn Written 3,400 Years Agoowl.li/yVzg5
  • Never-Before-Seen Photos Show How Gone With The Wind Was Made. owl.li/yTczs
  • What Will Happen To English As More And More People Worldwide Speak It? owl.li/yUfjv
  • Creativity: It’s not what we make, it’s how we live. owl.li/yTc0W
  • Disney Picks 11 Tech and Media Firms for Startup-Accelerator Program owl.li/yTdvF
  • A Billionaire Mathematician’s Life of Ferocious Curiosity - NYTimes.com owl.li/yTdpB
  • Milton Glaser on Making Miracles on Vimeoowl.li/yTbiN
  • Ikea Built Something New: An Instagram Website owl.li/yPHMr
  • In 1938, the New York Times Thought Disney Toys Would Save the U.S. Economy owl.li/yTajk
  • 6 Surprising Things That Can Influence Your Dreams owl.li/yPHL0
  • The Ultra-Simple App That Lets Anyone Encrypt Anything owl.li/yTa5V
  • Jake Scott Directs Jude Law in Stylish New Johnnie Walker Film To Be Shown at Venice Film Festival owl.li/yPHEj
  • Meet the game that shows us the future of storytelling owl.li/yT9Yg
  • 11 Photographs of Mysterious Megalithsowl.li/yPHAJ
  • New York Police Department's Facebook page now includes posts that read like newspaper articles - WSJ owl.li/yPWP7
  • The World's 17 Best Print Campaigns of 2013-14 owl.li/yPS8j
  • Norman Mailer's 1191-Page Harlot's Ghost Outlined in One Handwritten Sheetowl.li/yPHy0
  • Debate: Are We Trying To Save Arts Or Organizations? (Why Some Arts Organizations Should Die) owl.li/yONZw
  • Winners of the 2014 Apple Design Awardsowl.li/yOP8O
  • Wolf Trap to unveil supertitles on your smartphone for opera performancesowl.li/yONTm
  • Meet Del Harvey, Twitter’s VP of Trust and Safety owl.li/yOOSD
  • Why the Research on Viewing TV Is Best Ignored - NYTimes.com owl.li/yONSh
  • Want to Brainstorm New Ideas? Then Limit Your Online Connections owl.li/yOOOE
  • Box-Office Data on New Met Productions Illustrate the Company's Struggle - WSJowl.li/yONRx

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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