The Week's Links: July 4, 2014

All the links posted on social networks this week: 

  • 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
  • How to Write 225 Words Per Minute With a Pen. A lesson in shorthand owl.li/yyRfE
  • Beverages under a Microscope owl.li/yyQmg
  • 25 AWESOME Packaging Designs Guaranteed To Delight You. owl.li/yyR7i
  • Once Art Is In The Public Domain Can It Go Back Under Copyright? owl.li/yyR2F
  • Startlingly Beautiful Spanish Skies owl.li/yyQip
  • Avoiding “Sagan Syndrome.” Why Astronomers and Journalists should pay heed to Biologists about ET. owl.li/yyPkF
  • Amazing: Fairytale Book Sculptures by Su Blackwell owl.li/yyQf2
  • Musicians spot mistakes more quickly and more accurately than non-musiciansowl.li/yyOgo
  • 10 Storytelling tips from Billy Wilderowl.li/yyQ8M
  • ◉ Royal Shakespeare Company: Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 2 owl.li/yzBLu
  • ◉ Recommended: Managing Humans: Biting and Humorous Tales of a Software Engineering Manager owl.li/yzApA
  • Stanford: Text of the 2014 Commencement address by Bill and Melinda Gates owl.li/yyOfs
  • Story structure, simplicity, & hacking away at the unessential owl.li/yyQ7l
  • 'Why-Fi' or 'Wiffy'? How Americans Pronounce Common Tech Terms owl.li/yyOe6
  • Fantastic short: ‘The Gunfighter’ owl.li/yyPGK
  • Google’s Grand Plans: A Conversation With Larry Page and Sundar Pichai - NYTimes.comowl.li/yyPpT
  • The Art Of Letting Go: How I Learned To Stop Procrastinating owl.li/yyOc0
  • The Muse? Her Name is Boredom owl.li/yyNaC
  • 27 Responses to the Question “What is Art?”owl.li/yyOaR
  • A Complete Guide to Creating Awesome Visual Content owl.li/yyN71
  • Facebook manipulated 690,000 users’ News Feeds to run a psychology experimentowl.li/yyO9P
  • ◉ Really Dancing In The Dark owl.li/yzBoD
  • Writing and the Creative Life: The Magic of Ambient Noise owl.li/yyN4t
  • ◉ Recommended: The Way We're Working Isn't Working: The Four Forgotten Needs That Energize Great Performance owl.li/yzAma
  • The Ultimate List of IFTTT Recipes for Marketers owl.li/yyNt5
  • Intention Is A Competitive Advantageowl.li/yyN1J
  • The Psychology of Belonging: Why People Become Brand Fans owl.li/yyNna
  • The Kaltura Hackathon: What's Next for Video?owl.li/yyNhP
  • Anne Wojcicki's Quest for Better Health Care. The 23andMe CEO on the promise of genetics & the future of health care owl.li/yyMQg
  • Kickstarter launch: “App: The Human Story” Documentary Wants to Capture the Story of Apps and App Creators owl.li/yFVgC
  • Why Cooper Hewitt is giving away its new bespoke typeface owl.li/yve5H
  • Julian Treasure: How to speak so that people want to listen owl.li/yyAnk
  • The Only Viable Strategy Is Adaptation - Greg Satell - Harvard Business Review owl.li/yvdVb
  • Internet, Why So Blue? owl.li/yyAj1
  • ◉ 20 Creativity Quotes Beautifully Illustrated From Ogilvy & Mather owl.li/yzBax
  • ◉ Recommended: Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Actionowl.li/yzAgF
  • Impressive: How Facebook Moved 20 Billion Instagram Photos Without You Noticingowl.li/yv2rD
  • Data Transformation: The Productivity Snag That Keeps Data Scientists Up At Nightowl.li/yveIs
  • ‘Almost half’ of the NYT’s blogs will close or merge | Poynter. owl.li/yuFvO
  • Migrating Monarch Butterflies Use Magnetic Compass to Cut Through Clouds owl.li/yveAr
  • 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest owl.li/yverM
  • With the Aereo decision, local TV news likely dodged disaster : Columbia Journalism Reviewowl.li/yuEng
  • The science behind the world's tastiest chocolate owl.li/ysA2o
  • Ever Wonder How Music Is Matched To Your Mood? owl.li/yuEgM
  • Curiosity: 25 Crazy Facts About Your Eyesowl.li/ysA0W
  • How Machines Learned To Recognize Our Faces So Well--And What's Next owl.li/yuE9Y
  • ◉ Footwork owl.li/yzAZk
  • ◉ Recommended: Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error owl.li/yzA0m
  • Teaching Your Brain to Ward Off Bad Habitsowl.li/yszWq
  • ◉ Angela Ahrendts: Starting Anew -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/6/29…
  • These Clever Designs Annoy You Until You Break Your Bad Habits owl.li/yuCs8
  • How Do Magicians Manufacture Reality?owl.li/yszHs
  • These Forests Of Light Are Projected On Famous Buildings, And You're In The Pictureowl.li/ytC20
  • Ten Oldest Company Logos in the Worldowl.li/ytuBX
  • 36 Hours in Madrid - NYTimes.com owl.li/yszC1
  • Big Data applied to an important quest: In Search of America’s Best Burrito | FiveThirtyEight owl.li/yp7Ri
  • Charming talks for a boost on a bad day-TED.com owl.li/yszzm
  • Is Coding the New Literacy? owl.li/yp7qw
  • Kids Hack Day, A One-Day Hackathon Where Kids and Adults Collaborate to Hack Everyday Objects owl.li/yszwf
  • The Secret To Creativity, Intelligence, And Scientific Thinking owl.li/yp3Pg
  • Amazing: A New View: NASA/NOAA Water Vapor Animations Over Oceans owl.li/yszvc
  • Supreme Court Deals Major Blow to Patent Trolls owl.li/yp3oE
  • Murakami’s Latest Book Will Come With A Customizable Cover owl.li/yszsC
  • The top 10 lessons I learned from A Year of Productivity owl.li/yp8dO
  • Michael Bierut Talks About Massimo Vignelli, Logos & How Designing Has Changedowl.li/yyQBD
  • Tim Brown: Get out of Your Own Head (and Country) - 99U owl.li/yp33W
  • ▶ Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson and Tham Khai Meng discuss science, technology and creativity - YouTube owl.li/yp1bw
  • Massimo Vignelli: The 3 Traits of Great Creatives - 99U owl.li/yp2XM
  • New York Philharmonic "Legend" Concertmaster Nears His Last Performance - WSJ owl.li/yp0ZC
  • Finding Confidence in Your Work - 99Uowl.li/yp2To
  • What is the digital future of the book?owl.li/yp0AS
  • How to Be Lucky - 99U owl.li/yp2Q5
  • This Is Your Brain on Writing - NYTimes.comowl.li/yoXmS
  • Nancy Duarte on Failure, Bootstrapping, and the Power of Better Presentations owl.li/yp2Bo
  • smartercreativeJun 28, 6:50am via Hootsuite
  • 30 Jean-Paul Sartre Quotes For Your Next Existential Crisis owl.li/yp1nD
  • I went from ballet dancer to CEO and this is what it taught me- Leigh Thomas owl.li/yoWLN
  • How to ... get one billion people to wash their hands owl.li/yoLMk
  • Unstuck — How Hollywood gets unstuckowl.li/yoWvN
  • How To Accomplish More By Doing Lessowl.li/yoLBi
  • For Breakthrough Innovation, Focus on Possibility, Not Profitability - Michelle Stacy - HBR owl.li/yoWau
  • Create more than you consume owl.li/yoLrA
  • Seth's Blog: Are you solving a problem or creating a problem? owl.li/yoVHK

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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