The Week's Links: September 5, 2014

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Former New York Times Editor Jill Abramson on the Paper’s Future owl.li/B8N9q
  • You May Suffer From Sleep Drunkenness -- Science of Us owl.li/AWu2P
  • Your Brain Decides Whether to Trust Someone in Milliseconds owl.li/AWBmy
  • Pirouettes at the Tap of a Keyboard: Dance on Video From Many Corners of the Web - NYTimes.comowl.li/AWzH2
  • The Directors Who Make Television Cinematicowl.li/AWtZ6
  • The Metropolitan Opera's Peter Gelb: A High-Stakes Gambler Who Doesn't Walk Away - WSJ owl.li/AWtT5
  • Beach Crowds Are Beautiful From 5,000 Feet In The Air owl.li/AWhK3
  • Blockspring: discover APIs. owl.li/AWsDM
  • ◉ Insomnia owl.li/AWxGV
  • 13 Scientific Terms You Might Be Using Wrongowl.li/AWfqt
  • A newbie’s guide to why so many people are watching Twitch owl.li/AWrLR
  • ◉ Recommended: Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative owl.li/AWyJK
  • ◉ How Do They Make Decaf Coffee? -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/9/1/…
  • Why do so many orchestras lag behind the beat?owl.li/AWfkH
  • Cartography: The true true size of Africaowl.li/AWqmR
  • Fantastic: Google Web Fonts Typographic Projectowl.li/AWhYj
  • Tripping through IBM’s astonishingly insane 1937 corporate songbook owl.li/AWfbV
  • What Happens When Creative Partnerships Explodeowl.li/AVr1O
  • ◉ A Brief History of Video Game Title Designowl.li/AWxuI
  • How Watson Changed IBM - Brad Power - Harvard Business Review owl.li/AVqUr
  • ◉ Recommended: Gone Girl: A Novel owl.li/AWyA4
  • ◉ Does It Help To Know History? -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/9/1/…
  • TEDGlobal 2014: The full lineup revealedowl.li/B2H6D
  • Readers absorb less on Kindles than on paper, study finds owl.li/AVqK2
  • Our Use Of Little Words Can, Uh, Reveal Hidden Interests owl.li/AWf7E
  • Lessons In Non-Profit Storytelling From The Best In The World owl.li/AVqFV
  • Mathematician Posits Magic Formula for Broadway Hits owl.li/AVsyo
  • Can Outdoor Art Revitalize Outdoor Advertising?owl.li/AVsxv
  • A LITTLE KNOWN HACK FROM JAPAN TO GET YOUR NOTEBOOK ORGANIZED owl.li/AVr9Z
  • 75% Of Ikea’s Catalog Is Computer Generated Imagery owl.li/AVstX
  • 5 Design Legends That Switched Gears in the Middle of Their Careers owl.li/AVr4M
  • An Icy Solution To The Mystery Of The Slithering Stones owl.li/AVq7s
  • ◉ Royal Shakespeare Company: The Design of Richard II owl.li/AWxjr
  • Take a (really quick) Hyperlapse tour of 10 agenciesowl.li/AVpZH
  • ◉ Recommended: Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore: A Novel owl.li/AWyql
  • ◉ Lil' Buck & Prime Tyme Freestyling -smartercreativity.com/blog/2014/8/31…
  • Twitch’s peak viewership now rivals the average prime-time viewers of some cable networks, including MTV. owl.li/AVpXY
  • How The 32 Teams Of The NFL Found Their Brand Footing owl.li/AVqsA
  • With $30 Million More in Hand, IFTTT Looks to the Internet of Things - NYTimes.com owl.li/AVpVo
  • 6 Questions For Tom Geismar, Illustrious Designer Of PBS, Xerox, And Mobil Logos owl.li/AVqmG
  • Be Smart. Don't Use Dumb Quote Marks owl.li/AVq8N
  • 3 Ways To Redesign Breaking News owl.li/AVqbR
  • A 17-Year-Old Invented This Smart Device That Makes Clean Water And Power At The Same Timeowl.li/AVqiv
  • Productivity Hack Of The Week: A Simple Way To Answer Emails Much Faster owl.li/AVqe2
  • 100 Most Creative People 2014 owl.li/AYweb
  • How Does the Brain Learn Best? Smart Studying Strategies owl.li/AVn79
  • The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Advertising owl.li/AVn5A
  • A 56-Song Playlist of Music in Haruki Murakami's Novels: Ray Charles, Glenn Gould, the Beach Boys & More owl.li/AU1Ov
  • Seeing Through the Illusion: Understanding Apple’s Mastery of the Media owl.li/AVpJI
  • Amazon Updates Their Login Screen For The First Time In A Decade owl.li/AVptj
  • Why Top Tech CEOs Want Employees With Liberal Arts Degrees owl.li/AVpUv
  • Download for Free 2.6 Million Images from Books Published Over Last 500 Years on Flickr owl.li/AU1Lo
  • Interactive Map Lets You Browse Over 650 Photos Taken by ISS Astronauts owl.li/AVp4A
  • Amazing: Listen to Freddie Mercury & David Bowie on the Isolated Vocal Track for the Queen Hit 'Under Pressure,' 1981 owl.li/AVnbw
  • 10 Historic Canal Towns to Visit That Aren't Veniceowl.li/AVn7K
  • The Boy with Half a Brain - Indianapolis Monthlyowl.li/AStqX
  • What Happened to Motorola owl.li/ASthn
  • Scientists agree: Coffee naps are better than coffee or naps alone owl.li/ARTrS
  • Inside Google's Secret Drone-Delivery Programowl.li/ASsWc
  • MIT and Marriott Are Testing a Matchmaking Table Fed by LinkedIn Data owl.li/ARTga
  • 60-Year-Old Rock Mystery Solved With GPS Trackingowl.li/ASsMv
  • Can Advertising Do Good? owl.li/AQnF0
  • 60-Year-Old Rock Mystery Solved With GPS Trackingowl.li/ASsEt
  • ‘Yours Lovingly': A Reading List About Letters and Pen Pals owl.li/AStwi
  • What’s Inside: The Science of Sriracha’s Fiery Deliciousness owl.li/AQnib
  • The World's Most Colorful Beaches owl.li/AMPno
  • Who's In The Office? The American Workday In One Graph owl.li/AMP0X
  • How Movies Manipulate Your Brain to Keep You Entertained owl.li/AKiqb
  • Facebook Targets Ads Based on Cell Signal Strengthowl.li/AMImW
  • What happens when you remove the hippocampus? - Sam Kean | TED-Ed owl.li/AKhzc
  • The Look Of Funny: How The Onion's Art Department Works owl.li/AKIdn
  • How Fast Food Chains Pick Their Next Locationowl.li/AK0vQ
  • Lessons In Website Testing From A Masterowl.li/AKiV2
  • Ebola Doctor Reveals How Infected Americans Were Cured - Scientific American owl.li/APLxH
  • New York Times’ Digital Subscription Growth Story May Be Ending owl.li/AImHw
  • The Rise and Fall and Rise of Virtual Realityowl.li/AHS7g
  • The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/AHBQI
  • How I Kept a 373-Day Productivity Streak Unbrokenowl.li/AFs5u
  • Machine Learning Algorithm Studying Fine Art Paintings Sees Things Art Historians Had Never Noticed owl.li/AFvGP
  • There's Finally A Modern Typeface For Programmersowl.li/AFrWP
  • Your Phone Is Key To The Future Of Concertsowl.li/AFuV0
  • An Unusual Cure for Not Enough Sleep owl.li/AFrtQ
  • Brad Templeton: Privacy and Security Are Not Mutually Exclusive owl.li/AFugC
  • A study shows how the memory of failure can help you learn faster. owl.li/AHT3G
  • HBO could clear $600 million per year with online streaming owl.li/AFrsn

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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