The Week' Links: January 2, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • The Rapidly Disappearing Business of Design http://owl.li/GyY88
  • The Esquire Register: 37 People Under 35 Who Are Reshaping the World http://owl.li/GBdyj
  • Talk, Sing, Read, Write, Play: How Libraries Reach Kids Before They Can Read http://owl.li/GBLJK
  • How NPR Is Preparing for "The Year of the Podcast" http://owl.li/GBVbq
  • The Weird Connections Between Hearing and Taste http://owl.li/GECsR
  • 15 Amazing Places You Can Tour Virtually http://owl.li/GCAXL
  • Explainer: what is 4D printing? http://owl.li/GBMai
  • How to Hack Your Holiday Memories owl.li/GAcPi
  • Is there still a case against Serial's Adnan Syed after Jay Wilds' interview? owl.li/GFLwj
  • Clever end credits for The Boxtrolls shows how stop motion works owl.li/GyXTt
  • Ahem: Your Complete Guide to the Science of Hangovers owl.li/GFLmA
  • Spirited Photos of Authors Getting Boozy owl.li/GyYAb
  • Ranked: The 12 programming languages that will earn you the most owl.li/GyTE2
  • 5,200 Days in Space: An exploration of life aboard the ISS, & the surprising reasons the mission is still worthwhile owl.li/GyYrG
  • Peter Gabriel: Tech Can Make Video Evidence a Cornerstone of Justice owl.li/GBLZ6
  • Scientists Discover That Drunk Birds Sing Like Drunks owl.li/GyYha
  • Being cold can have positive metabolic effects. owl.li/Gwa54
  • Nutmeg Spice Has A Secret Story That Isn't So Nice owl.li/Gw84D
  • Why There's a Dangling Thing In Our Throats owl.li/Gvt2B
  • The Illustrious History of Misquoting Winston Churchill owl.li/GvV8Q
  • How The New Yorker Finally Figured Out The Internet: 3 Lessons From Its Web Redesign owl.li/GvsRj
  • 40 Free Resources Every Designer Should Know owl.li/GvJt4
  • Jay Speaks Part 2: 'Hae was dead before she got to my house. Anything that makes Adnan innocent doesn’t involve me.' owl.li/GDT02
  • 7 of the Ocean's Strangest Creatures, Including a Fish With a Flashlight owl.li/GvsHf
  • Behind the Scenes at Sony as Hacking Crisis Unfolded - WSJ owl.li/GDSyF
  • Knight Foundation: Net Neutrality Report owl.li/GvGZJ
  • Rare Look Inside North Korea's Capital City owl.li/Gx3Im
  • Interesting study: Making your kid play organized sports could cost them their creativity owl.li/GvGQW
  • Experts demand urgent overhaul of England’s public library service owl.li/GvrrF
  • The Anti-Plagiarism Machine owl.li/Gvrpa
  • What's the score? The classical music quiz of the year owl.li/GvqQs
  • 10 Creative Rituals You Should Steal owl.li/GvreT
  • The Meanings Behind the Weird Symbols on 20 Beer Labels owl.li/Gvqs5
  • Yoga Hacks: How to Undo the Damage of a Desk Job owl.li/GvrcA
  • How the Nutcracker Lost Its Purpose owl.li/GvqdZ
  • Michelle MacLaren Is the Best Director on TV owl.li/Gvr8u
  • Before The Internet, Librarians Would 'Answer Everything' — And Still Do owl.li/Gvskx
  • Moody’s Lowers the Metropolitan Opera’s Credit Rating - NYTimes.comowl.li/GvqYM
  • Nicholas Negroponte: Internet Access is a Human Right owl.li/Gve1W
  • Cartography: The true true size of Africa owl.li/GuBFD
  • The Messy Minds of Creative People owl.li/Gus3l
  • Exclusive: Jay, Key Witness from 'Serial' Tells His Story for First Time, Part 1 - The Intercept owl.li/GyZjO
  • Rise and Fall of the American Kiddie Ride owl.li/Guw8n
  • Meet the Dogged Researchers Who Try to Unmask Haters Online- MIT Technology Review owl.li/GsRu0
  • Examining Martian Meteorites, Scientists Think They’ve Found The Red Planet’s Missing Water owl.li/Guw1l
  • The Ultimate Counterfeiter Isn't a Crook—He's an Artist owl.li/GsRaY
  • A 3D Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's "Fallingwater" owl.li/GuvYz
  • Why Airlines Want to Make You Suffer owl.li/Gvpdv
  • How Laws Restricting Tech Actually Expose Us to Greater Harm owl.li/GuvIv
  • The Leonard Lopate Show: Staging The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, 25 Years After His Passing owl.li/GsPru
  • Keeping ‘Nutcracker’ Running Like Clockwork owl.li/GsPpw
  • Switching to Farming Made Human Joint Bones Lighter owl.li/GsHyn
  • How Reading Transforms Us- NYTimes.com owl.li/GsOFa
  • 11 Smells That Are Slowly Disappearing owl.li/GsHoS
  • NASA’s Style Guide Details Its Striking Design Language, Allows For Comic Sans owl.li/GsNIk
  • Stunning Black-and-White Photos of the Nazca Lines owl.li/GsHjg
  • 6 things I learned from riding in a Google Self-Driving Car owl.li/GsNsC
  • A High-Tech Dance Performance Melds Human Bodies With Code owl.li/GsPtP
  • The French Go Crazy For 'An American In Paris' owl.li/GsHXm
  • In Memoriam: Classical Musicians Who Died in 2014 owl.li/GsHf6
  • Snow Drawings Transform Frozen Lakes owl.li/GsHds
  • Language study: What is a foreign language worth? owl.li/GrQ6V
  • What Happens to Your Identity When You Don’t Speak to Anyone for 27 Years owl.li/GsH9E
  • MIT Students Build a Wooden Roller Coaster by Hand for Incoming Freshmen owl.li/GrPV0
  • Space Songs: An EP Made Entirely from NASA's Sound Library owl.li/GsH6d
  • What Americans can learn from other food cultures owl.li/Gqxdx
  • The secret histories of 6 ubiquitous American foods owl.li/GsGRc
  • Rockstar litigation, a high-water mark in patent wastefulness, is over owl.li/GsHhn
  • The Web Is the Real World owl.li/Gs2MH
  • 6 Questions For The White House's Maker-In-Chief Stephanie Santoso owl.li/GpHgN
  • There’s More to Frankincense and Myrrh Than Meets the Eye owl.li/GpG1s
  • 6 Brand Storytelling Lessons From Santa Claus owl.li/GpCIi
  • The Esquire Register: 37 People Under 35 Who Are Reshaping the World owl.li/GpFVZ
  • ‘PBS Idea Channel’ Explains the History Behind the Television Broadcast of a Burning Yule Log in a Fireplace owl.li/GpCHe
  • Serial Host Sarah Koenig Says She Set Out To Report, Not Exonerate owl.li/GpCKO
  • ‘Know Before You Fly’, An Animation by the FAA About Drone Safety for People Who Receive Unpiloted Aircraft as Gifts owl.li/GpCGt
  • A decade from now, will our offices commute to us? owl.li/GpCJu
  • The science of setting goals owl.li/Gqx8K
  • Watch Art on Ancient Greek Vases Come to Life with 21st Century Animation owl.li/GpCIQ

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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