The Week's Links: November 13, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Science Tackles Very Important Question: What’s The Best Cheese For A Gooey Grilled Cheese Sandwich? owl.li/Ulabn
  • Paper bird sculptures by artist Diana Beltran Herrera owl.li/UnRTi
  • Photo Essay: Your Cup Of Coffee Is Ready For Its Closeup owl.li/UnRRQ
  • Science Tackles Very Important Question: What’s The Best Cheese For A Gooey Grilled Cheese Sandwich? owl.li/Ula9F
  • 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest, Part II owl.li/Ula48
  • ◉ David Lynch on Finding Ideas owl.li/UicAu
  • How one of the most obese countries on earth took on the soda giants owl.li/Ul9cF
  • All 300-plus languages spoken in American homes, and the number of people who speak them owl.li/Ula0f
  • Nonprofit theaters are attracting more donors, but audiences keep shrinking, report says owl.li/Ul45Z
  • Companies Are Attacking Consumers For Bad Reviews — Now Congress Wants To Step In owl.li/Ul9zl
  • A Tale of 11 Cities: New Data-Driven Assessment of the Nonprofit Arts Sector owl.li/Ul3Wj
  • Starbucks’ Grande Plan: Selling Coffee via Apps owl.li/Ul9v8
  • College Students Aren’t The Only Ones Abusing Adderall owl.li/Ul9mr
  • What We Owe the MythBusters owl.li/UkZEG
  • Gene editing saves girl dying from leukaemia in world first owl.li/UkZlK
  • ◉ Inside the Library of Human Imagination owl.li/UickS
  • 3 Tips On Designing For VR, From Google owl.li/UkN37
  • C.S. Lewis on how to be original. owl.li/UkZ0C
  • 5 Brilliant TED Talks That Will Boost Your Emotional Intelligence owl.li/UimjL
  • Steal Strategies by @austinkleonowl.li/UkYSM
  • Here’s Why the Spectacle of Holiday Windows Is Still Crucial for Brands owl.li/Uim8z
  • NASA just saw something come out of a black hole for the first time ever owl.li/UkNhd
  • A breakthrough new kind of wireless Internet owl.li/UkN5P
  • Brian Eno Lists the Benefits of Singing: A Long Life, Increased Intelligence, and a Sound Civilization owl.li/Uile4
  • After the Snowden Revelations, Did We Change Our Behavior on the Internet? owl.li/Uijj1
  • ◉ Life in HD owl.li/Uic0G
  • Type Detail: resources about learning typography. owl.li/UihLk
  • TV Networks turn to neuroscience to commercialise viewers owl.li/UiiNw
  • Pantone: How the world authority on color became a pop culture icon owl.li/UihCk
  • Facebook Breathes Some Common Sense into Artificial-Intelligence Systems | MIT Technology Review owl.li/UiiDi
  • A New Documentary Unearths Lost Taped Interview with Legendary Art Patron Peggy Guggenheim owl.li/UihyZ
  • "Note And Vote": How Google Ventures Avoids Groupthink In Meetings owl.li/UtBfs
  • CRISPR Gene Editing to Be Tested on People by 2017, Says Editas owl.li/Uiivu
  • How do you pick the 50 best restaurants in the world? owl.li/Uii9r
  • This Marine Biologist Photographs Rare, Otherworldly Oceanic Creatures owl.li/Ui5tM
  • See A Daily Portrait Of Earth, In Real Time owl.li/Ui4Ga
  • ◉ On Deadlines owl.li/UibU9
  • 4K NASA video lets you see the sun in a new light owl.li/Ufwmx
  • A Facebook Designer Reveals How Her Favorite Objects Inspire The Site's Design owl.li/Ui4BZ
  • The Guggenheim Launches Its First Ever Online Exhibition owl.li/UfeQc
  • The evolution of music: How genres rise and fall over time owl.li/Ui4sh
  • Researchers Observe That a Group of Ants Collectively Behave With Properties Similar to Both Solids and Liquids owl.li/U9p4h
  • ◉ Anil Dash: Share Your Values and You'll Share Success - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/9…
  • Liverpool Just Opened Fast-Walking Pedestrian Lanes owl.li/Ui3TF
  • Photographer Dan Cretu Whips Up Tiny Sculptures Made From Food Scraps owl.li/Ui5Ia
  • Vintage photos of NYC from the 50s to the 80s owl.li/Ufwsi
  • The Science of Scotch: What’s the difference between Scotch and bourbon, and where does the smokiness come from? owl.li/U95xW
  • A Flight to the Top of the Most Powerful Hurricane Ever owl.li/U92bL
  • These Instagrammers Show Us What The Vatican Looks Like When It's Completely Empty owl.li/U6WsK
  • The Bicentennial of George Boole, the Man Who Laid the Foundations of the Digital Age owl.li/U91u8
  • How Tourism Shaped Photography in 19th Century Japan smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/how…
  • Legendary Inventor Inks Deal to Test ‘Personal’ Cell Networks owl.li/U91r6
  • The Incredible Treasures Found Inside the 'Griffin Warrior' Tomb owl.li/U6Wh6
  • Harvard Law Library Readies Trove of Decisions for Digital Age - The New York Times owl.li/U8LUQ
  • Can a typeface make a product appear more expensive? owl.li/U9niZ
  • This is a very good proposal: Twitter Rooms. owl.li/UnVEx
  • Watch a documentary that follows high school girls solving the world's problems through code owl.li/U8GHp
  • Google Turning Its Lucrative Web Search Over to AI Machines owl.li/U6kNr
  • The lab that knows where your time really goes owl.li/U6jmZ
  • Science is not a ‘body of knowledge’ – it’s a dynamic, ongoing reconfiguration of knowledge and must be free to... owl.li/U6dEt
  • Weather on Demand: Making It Rain Is Now a Global Business owl.li/U6hVB
  • Taxonomy of the 37 basic silent-film plots owl.li/U6duU
  • Facebook’s Quest to Quash Boredom by Moving Beyond Friends owl.li/U6hSI
  • Michelangelo and Raphael; Leibniz and Newton; Constable and Turner. Does every creative genius need a bitter rival? owl.li/U6dsA
  • Seaweed could be a miracle food—if we can figure out how to make it taste good. owl.li/U6dXS
  • Hiker Accidentally Discovers 1,200-Year-Old Viking Sword in Norway smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/whi…
  • ‘Star Wars’ Doesn’t Belong to George Lucas. It Belongs to the Fans. owl.li/U6dNe
  • The Steal Like An Artist Journal Talk owl.li/U6cNf
  • Mr. Rogers Goes to Congress and Saves PBS: Heartwarming Video from 1969 owl.li/U6cAn
  • ◉ Questions owl.li/U5wJ2
  • 30,000 Works of Art by Edvard Munch & Other Artists Put Online by Norway’s National Museum of Art owl.li/U6cvi
  • Stream the Complete Works of Bach & Beethoven: 250 Free Hours of Music owl.li/U6cyP
  • Musician Plays Signature Drum Parts of 71 Beatles Songs in 5 Minutes: A Whirlwind Tribute owl.li/U6cqw
  • Stephen King Creates a List of 82 Books for Aspiring Writers (to Supplement an Earlier List of 96 Recommend Books) owl.li/U6cxq
  • Scientists Grow Living, Aging Neurons Starting with Skin Cells | MIT Technology Review owl.li/U6cee
  • Twitch launches a new hub where users can watch artists as they work owl.li/U6cZl
  • Watch “The Poetry of Perception”: Harvard Animates Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson & William... owl.li/U6cwt

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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