The Week's Links: October 23, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Top 50 most popular non-fiction podcasts in 2015: The Best Factual Podcasts owl.li/TEvoj
  • What Every Young Designer Should Know, From Legendary Apple Designer Susan Kare owl.li/TEvvX
  • The Typographical Street Art of Michael Pederson owl.li/TG7de
  • This Giant Van Gogh Painting Is Made of Pumpkins, Watermelons and Squash owl.li/TEvhG
  • ◉ J.K. Rowling And The Benefits of Failure owl.li/Tyl92
  • The writing system is 6,000 years old, but its influence is still felt today, What the Heck is Cuneiform, Anyway? smithsonianmag.com/history/what-h…
  • The Future of Doodling - The New Yorker owl.li/TDJTz
  • How Nobel Prize Economist Angus Deaton Changed Our Thinking About World Progress owl.li/TDmz4
  • Engaging Storytelling's Future Banks on a Balance Between New Tech and the Analog owl.li/TDJPZ
  • The Times Partners With Google on Virtual Reality Project owl.li/TDmwy
  • Teen Who Hacked CIA Director’s Email Tells How He Did It owl.li/TDmt1
  • ◉ Who translates your ideas? owl.li/TykEx
  • Will We Recognize Alien Life When We See It? owl.li/TDcJZ
  • First Gene-Edited Dogs Reported in China: An extra-muscular beagle has been created through genome engineering. owl.li/TDmeY
  • How Emojis Find Their Way to Phones owl.li/TDb1o
  • Microsoft Research Debuts Autocomplete For Animation, And It’s Incredible owl.li/TDm8W
  • What The Most Successful People Understand About Creative Work owl.li/TAmWo
  • Why are placebos getting more effective? - BBC News owl.li/TDk8M
  • What Are The Web's Most Played Out Fonts? owl.li/TDdfI
  • How The Most Productive People Procrastinate owl.li/Typ1W
  • Another great Radiolab episode, this one on colors. owl.li/Tykae
  • ◉ The Meaning of Life (A TED Remix) owl.li/Tykyw
  • How fantasy sports went from nerdy bar game to gambling giant - Timeline.comowl.li/TydKd
  • iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch owl.li/Tyi3S
  • Elizabeth Stokoe can control a conversation with a single word (Wired UK) owl.li/TydCI
  • History Lovers Reconstruct a Roman Empire Display Entirely Out of LEGOs owl.li/Tyi0o
  • Viewpoint: Why do fictional universes matter? - BBC News owl.li/Tx0op
  • Bridge » Women in design share keys to creative confidence owl.li/TyhZr
  • The electric car’s road from glorified golf cart to $100,000 Tesla - Timeline.comowl.li/TydWU
  • How the U.S. Government Lost the Smithsonian Fortune owl.li/TwZMa
  • NY Public Library: Our Favorite New York Stories owl.li/TwZLC
  • ◉ Mystery (A TED Remix) owl.li/Tykwg
  • The Origins of the King James Bible owl.li/TwZmX
  • Using Legos as a Legitimate Urban Planning Tool owl.li/TwZFY
  • Has NASA’s Kepler Mission Discovered an Alien Megastructure? — Discovery News owl.li/TuTDu
  • Kate Winslet and the little Australian anti-bullying film that took on the world owl.li/TwZxQ
  • A Map Of Every Superman Villain Ever owl.li/TuDKr
  • This is Your Brain on Dreams, with Michio Kaku | Big Think owl.li/TwZt9
  • How the Making of ‘The Good Dinosaur’ Was Different From Other Pixar Movies owl.li/TwZWB
  • See at a Bee’s Eye Level With 9 Award-Wining Microscopic Photos smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/get…
  • Outer-space anomaly gets ET experts' attention - CNN.com owl.li/TuoGG
  • Britain’s Antarctic Research Station Looks Like a Spaceship owl.li/TuoDt
  • Monty Python Fans, It's Your Holy Grail: 14 Minutes Of Lost Terry Gilliam Animation owl.li/TpzlA
  • More Than 8,400 Never-Before-Seen Photos from NASA's Apollo Moon Landings owl.li/TuoxM
  • The Most Mysterious Star in Our Galaxy - The Atlantic owl.li/TmocO
  • Hunter-Gatherers Sleep Little and Get Up Early owl.li/Tub5A
  • The Fader Celebrates 100 Issues by Posting Them All Free on BitTorrent owl.li/TlLvD
  • People Without Electricity Don’t Get 8 Hours’ Sleep Either owl.li/Tso21
  • The Billion View Club: YouTube's 10 Most Watched Videos owl.li/Tupk5
  • Every type of tech product has gotten cheaper over the last two decades — except for one owl.li/TpQLv
  • Watch: Boeing On How They Developed The World's Lightest Material owl.li/Tjg8C
  • How to Travel Like Anthony Bourdain owl.li/Tjfss
  • The Man Who Designed Manhattan owl.li/Thbyv
  • Secrets From 11 Of The Most Productive People From Oprah To Aziz Ansari owl.li/TjamL
  • Disney's Crazy New Tech Brings Coloring Books To Life owl.li/ThbjW
  • 6 Sleep Habits Of Productive People owl.li/Tja3E
  • How Background Noise Affects The Way You Work owl.li/ThbiG
  • Functional connectome fingerprinting: identifying individuals using patterns of brain connectivity : Nature... owl.li/TjwS4
  • Five Leadership Lessons From Malala Yousafzai owl.li/Tj9SF
  • “Tomato” versus “#FF6347”—the tragicomic history of CSS color names owl.li/Tj9NP
  • Perfecting Pixar’s Movies Takes a Crazy Amount of Research owl.li/Thb0a
  • California Now Has the Nation’s Best Digital Privacy Law owl.li/ThaVv
  • ◉ How do you create? (A TED Remix) owl.li/TfYuQ
  • 1968: Elton John's first photo shoot owl.li/TgF1X
  • How the hoodie became more than a garment - Timeline.com owl.li/TgZpr
  • 16 Crisp, Colorful Photos from the Apollo Missions owl.li/TgEKb
  • Apple and The World's Most Public Privacy Policy | DuetsBlog owl.li/TgNCn
  • Will You Ever Be Able to Upload Your Brain? owl.li/TgEGz
  • How Tom Wolfe Became … Tom Wolfe owl.li/TgFu5
  • The Cellphone Imperative: If I Can’t Text, I’m Moving owl.li/TgFst

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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