The Week's Links: October 9, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • 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
  • The Internet Helps Photographer Find the Mystery Couple from Gorgeous Wedding Photo owl.li/SYTwr
  • The Collaborative Excellence of The Martian: In a story in which everything goes wrong, the filmmakers and stars... owl.li/SYTum
  • ◉ The Plot Twist: E-Book Sales Slip, and Print Is Far From Dead owl.li/SYYF9
  • Vertical panoramas of churches owl.li/SYSSD
  • The Nazis Wanted to Beat the British With Exploding Chocolate Bars owl.li/SYTqb
  • What Makes a Memorable Logo Design (or Redesign)? owl.li/SYSQF
  • 'Major' IBM breakthrough breathes new life into Moore’s Law owl.li/SYTpP
  • 13 Reasons You’re Sleep-Deprived owl.li/SYSMD
  • Louisa May Alcott, In Her Own Words owl.li/SYT4P
  • Mary Beard: why ancient Rome matters to the modern world owl.li/SYTwY
  • Martha Graham on the Life-Force of Creativity and the Divine Dissatisfaction of Being an Artist owl.li/SYSWj
  • Mike Nichols’s Life and Career: The Definitive Oral History owl.li/SYNJ3
  • Maria Pereira's surgical glue could completely revolutionize modern medicine owl.li/SYMxd
  • ◉ "Paper," Another Spectacular Spot for Honda owl.li/SYYCD
  • 4 Design Lessons From The Pixar Team owl.li/SRJWZ
  • 20 words that aren't in the dictionary yet owl.li/SWVh5
  • How to make hard choices owl.li/SRhFv
  • Why The Martian’s Andy Weir loves Mars -- but doesn’t want to go there owl.li/SWVaj
  • The 10 New MacArthur Genius Scientists Are All Connected owl.li/SRhBt
  • Achieve Goals By Gamifying Them owl.li/SWUfp
  • 8 Hidden Uses for Common Kitchen Tools owl.li/SYS9j
  • Why Sweden Is Shifting To A 6-Hour Workday owl.li/SUp12
  • The Wild Architecture of Soviet-Era Bus Stops owl.li/SQV58
  • Jaguar's Ian Callum On Restraint, Leadership, and Following Up On A Hit Design owl.li/SQMog
  • ◉ Can Brands Be Good? owl.li/SYYBg
  • Design at Facebook: Uncovering the challenges behind building a product at scale owl.li/SQrzf
  • The Untold History Of Polka Dots (And Other Graphic Patterns) owl.li/SQMim
  • Alphabettes is a showcase for work, commentary, and research on lettering, typography, and type design. owl.li/SQrm0
  • The 20 Best Culture Podcasts owl.li/SQMaI
  • Design Principles FTW owl.li/SQqSp
  • Here’s What Neuroscience’s Newest ‘Genius’ Discovered About the Brain owl.li/SRhxs
  • Local Color: Shades of history, from black to white. owl.li/SQLYW
  • Hitchcock/Truffaut Documentary Trailer. Fantastic. owl.li/SQLlm
  • ◉ Thinking About The Future Of The Internet -  smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/6…
  • Genius: A Conversation With ‘Hamilton’ Maestro Lin-Manuel Miranda owl.li/SQf6n
  • The Secret of the Apple’s New San Francisco Fonts owl.li/SQeAZ
  • ◉ Everything is a Remix Remastered owl.li/SYYA7
  • How does caffeine turn a morning zombie into a functioning member of society? This lesson will get you thinking... owl.li/SOjxH
  • Creative games for creative designers owl.li/SQetF
  • Beautiful. NYTimes Magazine Voyages Issues: Six Photographers on Their Dream Journeys. owl.li/SO4dw
  • Audio Inspiration: 10 of the Best Podcasts for Designers & Creatives owl.li/SQeoZ
  • 3 Radical Ideas To Totally Disrupt Air Travel owl.li/SNRfz
  • A Day at Pentagram New York: an insight into the partners, politics and personalities owl.li/SQqIz
  • The Right Way to Do Collaborative Design: How to Avoid Designing by Committee owl.li/SOrH4
  • How to Invent a Language, From the Guy Who Made Dothraki owl.li/SOoCJ
  • ◉ Heidi Grant Halvorson: Why No One Understands You (and What To Do About It) - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/4…
  • Why Sweden Is Shifting To A 6-Hour Workday owl.li/SNKBw
  • A nation of tall cheese-eaters - BBC News owl.li/SNAi0
  • This New Google Project Is So Futuristic You Won't Be Able To Understand It owl.li/SIV4Q
  • Google’s Quantum Computer Just Got a Big Upgrade owl.li/SNAd0
  • Get ready for hybrid thinking owl.li/SIV3F
  • How much do you know about science topics? owl.li/SL6wN
  • One more reason to get a good night’s sleep owl.li/SIUYT
  • How Playing the Long Game Made Elizabeth Holmes a Billionaire owl.li/SIVnp
  • Beyond ad blocking — the biggest boycott in human history owl.li/SNQxR
  • MIT Physicist Proposes New "Meaning of Life" | Big Think owl.li/SIV7i
  • 4 species on the verge of extinction, animated by high school students owl.li/SIUUF
  • Names Have Meaning: A Research Guide for Baby Names and Family Names owl.li/SIUT8
  • How the worst moments in our lives make us who we are owl.li/SILrU
  • The Best Shots Fired in the Oxford Comma Wars owl.li/SIURs
  • Board game pieces found in ancient Roman settlement owl.li/SILpK
  • What It’s Like to Remember Almost Everything That Has Ever Happened to You owl.li/SIUOW
  • The Tangled History And Mysterious Legality Of "Happy Birthday" owl.li/SI0RG
  • Incredible Aerial Photos Of Cruise Ships Look Like Alien Space Yachts owl.li/SIUWN
  • TED Playlist: How language changes over time owl.li/SINsq
  • Movie Posters Stripped Of Their Text Reveal Stunning Imagery And Artwork - DesignTAXI.com owl.li/SINnM
  • The Bizarre, Bony-Looking Future of Algorithmic Design owl.li/SGCIp
  • How do you direct a standup gig? Meet the experts behind the comics owl.li/SGCHI
  • ◉ Paris in 3 Minutes - Hyperlapse Short owl.li/SGDgL
  • 25 Museums You Need to See in Your Lifetime owl.li/SGwYS
  • The Genius of Learning - Issue 28: 2050 - Nautilus owl.li/SGCGJ
  • 8 Cities That Show You What the Future Will Look Like | WIRED owl.li/SGwTT
  • Forget Business School--Just Watch These 10 TED Talks owl.li/SGCFC
  • Interview: Stunning Vertical Panoramas of Churches by Richard Silver owl.li/SGwH2
  • This Graphic Explains 20 Cognitive Biases That Affect Your Decision-Making owl.li/SGCEH
  • 2015 Ig Nobel prizes: dinosaur-like chickens and bee-stings to the penis owl.li/SGCKa
  • We Asked a Cultural Historian: Are Apple Stores the New Temples? owl.li/SGxgt

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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