The Week's Links: January 30, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • A Coffee Cup Designed to Let Astronauts Sip Espresso in Space http://owl.li/I2qEz
  • Literary Moments on TV owl.li/I32Ez
  • Carnegie Hall to Mark 125th Anniversary in 2015-16 Season owl.li/I7HBW
  • Australian Stories Capture 10,000-Year-Old Climate History owl.li/I2Xas
  • Watch All of the 2015 Super Bowl Ads Here owl.li/HZrEl
  • Papyrus Found in a Mummy Mask May Be the Oldest Known Copy of a Gospel owl.li/HUZdp
  • ◉ How does a work of art come to be considered great? owl.li/HQbPC
  • The Alternate Endings of 20 Famous Movies owl.li/HUZbu
  • TED Playlist: Talks to inspire you to go to bed and get a good night's sleep owl.li/HUYdV
  • 5 Things Magicians Knew Before Scientists Did owl.li/HUZ7y
  • 9 Multimedia Resources for Information Design owl.li/HUY09
  • What are you revealing online? Much more than you think owl.li/HUYJw
  • How Big Is Coding Right Now? A Programming School Just Sold for $36M owl.li/HZCWP
  • Ava DuVernay, Barbra Streisand and Others Talk About Directing - NYTimes.comowl.li/HUYmn
  • Stop Playing Monopoly With Your Kids (And Play These Games Instead) owl.li/HUcoe
  • 50 Essential Literary Biographies owl.li/HUclK
  • ◉ Simon Sinek: Why Good Leaders Make Your Feel Safe owl.li/HQbxQ
  • Meet The 80 People Who Are As Rich As Half The World owl.li/HUbXe
  • Stanford’s ‘Developing iOS 8 Apps With Swift’ Class now on iTunes U owl.li/I7ckA
  • Brand Over Brain: TED speakers explore the seductive power of brands owl.li/HT1zS
  • How iOS Design Has Changed owl.li/HTcex
  • Brand Over Brain: TED speakers explore the seductive power of brands owl.li/HT1yT
  • How to Build a Better Learner - Scientific American owl.li/HTc6M
  • The Newsreels of Our Childhoods owl.li/HUctS
  • The great chef Marco Pierre White - in pictures owl.li/HT1Ic
  • Juilliard to Create Center for Entrepreneurship owl.li/HSSJz
  • A 30-Minute Morning Routine owl.li/HSSAO
  • ◉ All In The Timing: Learned Last Week owl.li/HQbjw
  • The Urban Dictionary Of Design Slang owl.li/HSSuv
  • Vice News debuts 'virtual reality news broadcast' of US Millions March owl.li/HQWzx
  • Is It Possible To Think Without Language? owl.li/HSSo3
  • TED Playlist: Talks to get you through your quarter-life crisis owl.li/HQI1i
  • KQED Series ‘Deep Look’ Examines How Electric Light Has Fundamentally Changed Our Lives and Our Bodies owl.li/HSSjM
  • Unexpected Tools That are Influencing the Future of Education owl.li/HSSLd
  • The Secrets Of Highly Efficient Napping owl.li/HQWJj
  • Nina Simone Documentary What Happened, Miss Simone? owl.li/HQHVt
  • How To Be Motivated: 4 New Insights From Research owl.li/HQz5W
  • The Public Domain Project Makes 10,000 Film Clips, 64,000 Images & 100s of Audio Files Free to Use owl.li/HMMCu
  • ◉ Why Employers Must Learn That Creativity Is Not Just For the Young owl.li/HQaWX
  • Canadian passport has a black light secret owl.li/HQl5J
  • Jean Cocteau Delivers a Speech to the Year 2000 in 1962: "I Hope You Have Not Become Robots” owl.li/HMMen
  • How Three Guys With $10K and Decades-Old Data Almost Found the Higgs Boson First owl.li/HQ2hq
  • A Combination Live-Action and Animated Video Featuring a Young Man Walking Through the Evolution of Video Games owl.li/HMM9s
  • This is the most crystal-clear image of space ever taken owl.li/HPZfP
  • The Changing Face of War and the Importance of Cybersecurity owl.li/HMNtF
  • The year the internet turned into one gigantic video player. owl.li/HMJLs
  • The Weirdest, Coolest Stuff We've Learned About Rosetta's Comet So Far owl.li/HMJnL
  • Google is now a more trusted source of news than the websites it aggregates owl.li/HMx64
  • The Slow, Agonizing Death of the MetroCard owl.li/HMDM3
  • NBC will post all the Super Bowl Ads on Tumblr as soon as they air.  owl.li/HMqXC
  • The Infinite Hotel Paradox - Jeff Dekofsky owl.li/HMD9e
  • TED Playlist: How we make choices owl.li/HIqRV
  • Five Dramatic New Concert Halls to Watch For owl.li/HMD5q
  • Five Packaging Design Predictions For 2015 owl.li/HMM4E
  • Medium editor on SOTU coup: ‘People are already here’ owl.li/HMxmb
  • Fantastically Wrong: The Silly Theory That Almost Kept Darwin From Going on His Famous Voyage owl.li/HIbYf
  • Barbara Beskind: At 90, She's Designing Tech For Aging Boomers owl.li/HF5vX
  • Russell Brand, Amanda Palmer, And Shepard Fairey Get Bundled As A Filmmaker Shoots For Total Disruption owl.li/HDi7T
  • Book Explores Emotional Connection with Type owl.li/HEgbi
  • NASA Has Released The Largest Picture Ever Taken And It Will Shake Up Your Universe owl.li/HB4jp
  • The World's Most Beautiful Box Of Chocolates owl.li/HEdJX
  • Moog Music Recreates a Trio of Its Legendary Modular Synths owl.li/HB4ap
  • Watch a Rare 1990 Documentary on the World of David Lynch owl.li/HE5Rj
  • Be Inspired By The 74 New Members Of Fast Company's Most Creative People In Business 1000 owl.li/HIlmn
  • How The Cronut King Is Changing The Way Bakeries Work: Made-to-order desserts. owl.li/HDjnq
  • Origin Unknown: Study Says Blast Of Radio Waves Came From Outside Our Galaxy owl.li/HB2rY
  • What advice would you give someone looking for a career they love? owl.li/HB1Z7
  • ◉ Young Minds in Critical Condition owl.li/HDg2L
  • NASA Creates Retro-Futuristic Travel Posters owl.li/HAdp0
  • ‘Bad Day at the Office’, A Twisted Short Film With a Unique Perspective on What Makes a Day Good or Bad owl.li/HB1Le
  • What I Learned About the Future by Reading 100 Science Fiction Books owl.li/HzNCU
  • AsapSCIENCE Thoroughly Explains the Scientific Power of Meditation owl.li/HB1Hq
  • More rare pics: Celebs in the City - NYC,1981 owl.li/HyW3u
  • Tesla Founder Elon Musk Plans to Launch Affordable Satellite-Based High-Speed Internet Service owl.li/HB1FT
  • When Lincoln's State of the Union Leaked owl.li/HB2yy
  • What do you think about machines that think? Kevin Kelly: Call them Artificial Aliens. owl.li/HB1BQ

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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