The Week's Links: October 16, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Beautiful: 49 Extraordinary Vintage Portraits of Hollywood's Most Famous Faces owl.li/TgEEb
  • Another reason why Flash needs to die: Adobe confirms major Flash vulnerability, and the only way to protect... owl.li/TsTEE
  • Why do your knuckles pop? - Eleanor Nelsen owl.li/TgEBZ
  • ◉ The Meaning of Work (A TED Remix) owl.li/TfYsb
  • "The Martian" Filming Locations That Bring the Red Planet to Life owl.li/TgEhE
  • Top 5 TED-Ed Lessons of all time owl.li/TgEsx
  • Pretty vacant: the glory of abandoned spaces | Art and design | The Guardian owl.li/TgEde
  • HBO’s Richard Plepler and Jimmy Iovine on Dreaming and Streaming owl.li/TgErq
  • French Mailman Spends 33 Years Building Epic Palace From Pebbles Collected On His 18-Mile Mail Route owl.li/TgEcE
  • Hailed as the greatest pickpocket in the world, Apollo Robbins studies the quirks of human behavior as he steals... owl.li/TgEnh
  • 8 Historic Cuban Hotels You Can Stay In Now owl.li/TgElc
  • 10 Best Parks According to World Travelers owl.li/TgEae
  • Ha, great TEDxTalk: How to sound smart in your TEDx Talk owl.li/TgE8H
  • ◉ Thinking About The Future Of The Internet owl.li/TfYnn
  • Perfecting Pixar’s Movies Takes a Crazy Amount of Research owl.li/Tg0Rd
  • Inside the Legal Intrigue at Columbia’s Elite, Secret Campus Society owl.li/TgE6D
  • 226 Ansel Adams Photographs of Great American National Parks Are Now Online owl.li/Tg0MF
  • 22 Movies Roger Ebert Really Hated owl.li/TgE1C
  • 100 Overlooked Films Directed by Women: See Selections from Sight & Sound Magazine’s New List owl.li/Tg0L1
  • It's the final toll for the card catalog - the library cooperative that printed and provided the old-fashioned... owl.li/TgCXv
  • How Victoria Sebastian Schipper pulled off a bank heist drama movie in one take. owl.li/TgBX6
  • ◉ Scientists Can Now Predict Intelligence From Brain Activity - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/1…
  • The Periodic Table of Elements Scaled to Show The Elements’ Actual Abundance on Earth owl.li/Tg0Kf
  • NBC University Theater Adapts Great Novels to Radio & Gives Listeners College Credit : Hear 110... owl.li/Tg0Hl
  • ◉ Heidi Grant Halvorson: Why No One Understands You (and What To Do About It) owl.li/TfYjI
  • Oculus Rift will change the world, but can it change art? owl.li/TfZOR
  • Arthur Conan Doyle Names His 19 Favorite Sherlock Holmes Stories owl.li/Tg0Gp
  • Does Today’s Great TV Rival The Best Novels Of Yesterday? owl.li/TfZLC
  • The 25 Most Rewatchable Movies Of All Time owl.li/Tg0C4
  • US television wakes up to growing Latino audience with new options owl.li/TfZG7
  • Carl Sagan on the evolution of humans owl.li/Tg0uY
  • Can Posters Still Change the World? owl.li/TfZXa
  • ◉ Casey Gerald: Don’t Wait for Permission - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/1…
  • Which TV Show First Referenced the Internet? owl.li/TfZDD
  • Mary Beard: why ancient Rome matters to the modern world owl.li/TfZBF
  • ◉ The Universality of the Word Huh owl.li/TfYcQ
  • You can grow new brain cells. Here's how owl.li/TfZpU
  • The Big Question owl.li/TfZAf
  • Two Stories That Will Change the Way You See Steve Jobs owl.li/TfZnU
  • Misty Copeland on Pushing Ballet’s Boundaries - The New York Times owl.li/TfZyj
  • The Epic of Gilgamesh grows by 20 lines owl.li/TfZgf
  • The lost art of getting lost - BBC News owl.li/TfZwr
  • Will digital books ever replace print? – Craig Mod – Aeon owl.li/TfZs5
  • ◉ Does Watching Good TV Make You a Better Person? - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/1…
  • Histography, an interactive timeline of all history owl.li/TfZdB
  • Yale launches an archive of 170,000 Depression-era photos owl.li/TfZbS
  • There Are Way More Homeless Students Than There Used To Be owl.li/TfYTx
  • This is what it looks like to land on Mars owl.li/TfZau
  • Engaging with Transmedia Branding: An Interview with USC’s Burghardt Tenderich (Part One) owl.li/TfYQY
  • The placebo effect grows stronger owl.li/TfZ8v
  • Subtlety in Type, Jessica Hische’s presentation at Adobe MAX. owl.li/TfYMv
  • Vargic's Miscellany of Curious Maps owl.li/TfZeN
  • Does every creative genius need a bitter rival? owl.li/TfZ4X
  • Towards a Classification of Tech-Induced Mental Disorders | Information is Beautiful owl.li/TfYZz
  • Insights from the Lowline: How to Embrace and Thrive in a Long-Term Project owl.li/TfYBI
  • Michael Bierut’s advice on how to avoid the obvious. owl.li/TfYK2
  • Digital dieting: what this means to brands | Desktop owl.li/TfYGS
  • Neither East nor West: Rethinking Chinese Design TodayAIGA Eye on Design | AIGA Eye on Design owl.li/TfYHS
  • Nobel Prize awarded for changing neutrinos, the 'chameleons' of particle physics owl.li/T5I5q
  • The deception that lurks in our data-driven world owl.li/T5HxQ
  • A Brief History of the End of the Comments owl.li/TbZkG
  • Japanese Universities Are Shuttering Social Sciences and Humanities Departments owl.li/T2B7E
  • What Infographics Looked Like Before Computers owl.li/TbZjI
  • This is amazing: Hell's Club, a place where all fictional characters meet. owl.li/T5KFP
  • What It Takes To Change Your Brain's Patterns After Age 25 owl.li/SZRdH
  • 25 Museums You Need to See in Your Lifetime owl.li/SZRcI
  • ◉ Attitude is a skill owl.li/SYYFB
  • Spiders Spin Silk into Violin Strings Able to Create Superior Symphonic Sounds owl.li/SZL6A
  • TED Playlist: How to tell a story. owl.li/SZOzs
  • New Software Sifts Photos for the Most Clickable owl.li/SZm2C
  • The psychology behind successful Web design owl.li/SZMpn
  • The Art Directors who Made "Esquire" History | AIGA Eye on Design owl.li/SZlFk
  • Why the Curiosity Rover is Forbidden From Collecting Water on Mars owl.li/SZLXG
  • 'I'll do the first human head transplant' | Science | The Guardian owl.li/SZLBv

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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