The Week's Links: October 30, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • ◉ Recommended: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Brian Eno on why he doesn't tour (via @ austinkleon) owl.li/TRniS
  • Red Meat Just Joined the 478 Other Things That Might Give You Cancer owl.li/TRIAJ
  • What gets lost from the internet: If a Pulitzer-nominated 34-part series of investigative journalism can vanish... owl.li/TRn0o
  • We Brought Together the Major Players in the Ad Blocker War, and Here's What They Told Each Other owl.li/TRE8t
  • 8 Things That Actually Make You A Chef — Personal Growth owl.li/TRvRZ
  • A 4,000-year history of black pepper, the spice that got global trade rolling - Timeline.com owl.li/TQW7G
  • Long-concealed chemistry lab reveals early roots of a new science - Timeline.comowl.li/TQVIY
  • The Most Beautiful Video Not Of This World owl.li/TQYnh
  • Turning Iceland's Transmission Towers into Frozen Giants | The Creators Project owl.li/TP4xw
  • The Neuroscience of Bass: New Study Explains Why Bass Instruments Are Fundamental to Music owl.li/TQTGp
  • Animal Study Points to Drug Duo that Might Aid Injured Brains to Bounce Back owl.li/TP4vR
  • London's Cabbies Say 'The Knowledge' Is Better Than Uber And A GPS owl.li/TQRjo
  • These Are the Oldest Known Flowers in the World owl.li/TP4tL
  • ◉ Rohan Gunatillake: You Are Not Your Work -  smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/2…
  • 6 Volumes, 60K Words, 60 Years in the Making: Dictionary of American Regional English owl.li/TQPFX
  • 100 Years After Breaking Ground, Gaudi's La Sagrada Familia Enters Final Stage owl.li/TQP37
  • The New York City Subway Map Redesigned owl.li/TP4nD
  • MIT discovers the location of memories: Individual neurons | ExtremeTech owl.li/TP4jN
  • ◉ In Theory Frequently Means Inaction. owl.li/TQXHD
  • This Is the Largest Photo of Space Ever Taken owl.li/TP3Xu
  • Four Scientifically Proven Ways To Spark An "Aha Moment" owl.li/TP4eC
  • The XKCD Guide to the Universe’s Most Bizarre Physics owl.li/TP3QZ
  • ◉ Recommended: The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • The Man Without a Brain owl.li/TP4do
  • ◉ Michael Bierut On Learning Graphic Design - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/2…
  • The Alan Lomax Sound Archive Now Online: Features 17,000 Blues & Folk Recordings owl.li/TP3MV
  • Half-and-half male-female Great Mormon butterfly emerges - BBC News owl.li/TP47S
  • This 11-year-old is selling cryptographically secure passwords for $2 each | Ars Technica owl.li/TP4qN
  • How Long-Necked Dinosaurs Pumped Blood to Their Brains smithsonianmag.com/science-nature…
  • The Little-Known Story Behind Britain’s Road Signs owl.li/TP3Kg
  • Why It’s So Hard to Design Arabic Typefaces owl.li/TOs9u
  • ◉ Jason Randal On Developing Expertise owl.li/TQXul
  • A recent Saturday night in NYC owl.li/TNSbE
  • The man who digitizes newspapers owl.li/TNStM
  • Walking every block in NYC owl.li/TNS56
  • The most mysterious star in the Milky Way owl.li/TNSrd
  • Study: quantum entanglement is real owl.li/TNRDn
  • Super recognizers owl.li/TNSqe
  • Tattoos Transform into Moving Images with Ink Mapping | The Creators Project owl.li/TP3LH
  • What makes a Miyazaki film a Miyazaki film? owl.li/TNSdp
  • ◉ We Are Internet: A Series Featuring 17 Visionaries & Their Perspectives On The Future Of Media & The Internet - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/2…
  • Signal vs. Noise: Color as a Wayfinding Tool | Viget owl.li/TNRgx
  • The Ultimate Beastie Boys Sample Source Collection owl.li/TNReG
  • ◉ What is transmedia? owl.li/TQXns
  • The Secret History of the Hashtag, Slash, and Interrobang owl.li/TNQHC
  • The electronic music map owl.li/TNRcX
  • ◉ Recommended: How to By Michael Bierut - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Fantastic: Saul Bass On His Approach To Designing Movie Title Sequences owl.li/TNQGM
  • Bridge » Women in design share keys to creative confidence owl.li/TNR1W
  • Fighting traffic, from the days of the Model T to the UberX - Timeline.com owl.li/TQW4E
  • A chemistry teacher's guide to the perfect cup of coffee owl.li/TNQF2
  • ◉ Have You Met Margaret Hamilton? Her Code Got Humans on the Moon—And Invented Software Itself - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/2…
  • Six Secrets of Highly Effective Graphic Design Marketers owl.li/TNQIs
  • John Berg, Art Director Who Made Album Covers Sing, Dies at 83 owl.li/TNRjq
  • You Wouldn’t Think It, But Typeface Piracy Is a Big Problem owl.li/TNQI7
  • The Science of Why We Sleep and What Happens Inside Our Brains When We Do owl.li/TNQuM
  • There’s an Elephant Buried Underneath the Vatican owl.li/TNQte
  • Review: A Lost Merce Cunningham Dance Solo, Found owl.li/TM8Vn
  • Unraveling the Many Mysteries of Tituba, the Star Witness of the Salem Witch Trials owl.li/TNQpY
  • The subtle ways in which Pulp Fiction visually inspired Breaking Bad owl.li/TM7Ag
  • How To Turn Anger Into Creative Energy owl.li/TNQnZ
  • Bronze Age Skeletons Were Earliest Plague Victims owl.li/TM7wQ
  • A Map of Middle-Earth Annotated by J.R.R. Tolkien Just Slipped Out of an Old Edition owl.li/TNQvk
  • Michael Bierut On How Graphic Design Can Accomplish Close To Anything owl.li/TN5UZ
  • The Business of Broadway: Where the money is flowing in New York’s $1.3 billion theater industry owl.li/TM8X1
  • Audible Builds A "Choose Your Own Adventure" Instagram Experience To Promo Locke & Key owl.li/TM4Ux
  • Charting 52 Years Of Lego Brick Colors owl.li/TGngx
  • Can the Woman Behind Halo 5 Save the Xbox? owl.li/TM4PT
  • Stanford’s Self-Driving DeLorean Drifts, Does Killer Donuts owl.li/TGfZl
  • A 4,000-year history of black pepper, the spice that got global trade rolling - Timeline.com owl.li/TJsjD
  • The Secret History of the Hashtag, Slash, and Interrobang owl.li/TG9Sp
  • Making the U.S. Government's Web Design Less Sucky owl.li/TGLsF
  • Winners of the 2015 Urban Photography Competition Shine a Light on Diverse Urban Life Around the... owl.li/TM6Zm
  • To Get Better Sleep, Maybe Try Staying Awake owl.li/TGnjU
  • Terry Gross and the Art of Opening Up owl.li/TG9Ie
  • A TED-Ed Lesson That Explains How Memories Are Formed and Why People Lose Memories Over Time owl.li/TG7La
  • ◉ Storytelling (A TED Remix) owl.li/TylbO
  • Before Google, There Was the Patient, Long-Suffering Staff of the New York Public Library owl.li/TEvtX
  • A journey through the mind of an artist owl.li/TG7rB
  • A photographer edits out our smartphones to show our strange and lonely new world - Quartz owl.li/TEvsI
  • This new telescope might show us the beginning of the universe owl.li/TG7iB
  • Focus means saying 'no' owl.li/TEvp4
  • The Typographical Street Art of Michael Pederson owl.li/TG7de
  • What Every Young Designer Should Know, From Legendary Apple Designer Susan Kare owl.li/TEvvX

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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