The Week's Links: November 20, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • The Vision of Charles and Ray Eames owl.li/UOhP3
  • The Subtle Art of Being a Designer at a Massive Company owl.li/UOaR0
  • Pac-Man’s Siren Call. The story of a most unusual bug on a most unusual day owl.li/ULbFq
  • I Turned Off JavaScript in My Web Browser for a Whole Week and It Was Glorious owl.li/UO46x
  • Like it or not, encryption's going to be a major issue in the presidential campaign owl.li/UL8gW
  • ◉ Legendary Massimo Vignelli on The Art of Timeless Design owl.li/UFG83
  • Michael Bierut on Tough Design Assignments + What it’s Like to be Publicly Scrutinized owl.li/UFSsk
  • Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2015 is…  owl.li/UL7Fv
  • The twisted history of high heels: How a man’s shoe became a divisive symbol of sex and power -... owl.li/UFNLb
  • A Free Man's Letter to A Former Slaveowner in 1865 owl.li/UIZZC
  • Web Poets’ Society: New Breed Succeeds in Taking Verse Viral owl.li/UFKTf
  • Drink To Your Health: Study Links Daily Coffee Habit To Longevity owl.li/UL8Ov
  • The Future of Sesame Street Is Kinder and Gentler, With Fewer Puppets owl.li/UIeOp
  • Lessons from the PC video game industry owl.li/UIc9B
  • How the language you speak changes your view of the world owl.li/UFKpi
  • ◉ Nature by Numbers Beautifully Visualized owl.li/UFG5e
  • J.J. Abrams, Star Wars Superfan, on Directing The Force Awakens owl.li/UFGkY
  • The Future of Wind Turbines? No Blades owl.li/UFIMI
  • 7 Hand Gestures That Make You Look Like a Real Intellectual owl.li/UFGjF
  • Problems of output are problems of input owl.li/UFHeg
  • ◉ The Brain, The Faulty Walnut - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/1…
  • TensorFlow and Monetizing Intellectual Property - Stratechery by Ben Thompson owl.li/UFGid
  • Unseen Charlotte Brontë story and poem discovered owl.li/UFHar
  • Meet Jean Jullien, the artist behind the "Peace for Paris" symbol owl.li/UFKqQ
  • Classic: The Definitive Mr. Rogers Profile owl.li/UFGKo
  • Google Just Open Sourced TensorFlow, Its Artificial Intelligence Engine owl.li/UFGhb
  • Can digital technology make the Herculaneum scrolls legible after two thousand years? owl.li/UF2Ev
  • ◉ Honda Power of Dreams - Campaign Magazine "Campaign of the Decade" owl.li/UFG1T
  • Documentary Films Are Changing In A Big Way. Finally The Oscars Have To Deal With It owl.li/UF2uT
  • British Museum opens to whole world after 262 years as it invites Street View indoors owl.li/UF2DQ
  • If 'Fantasia' Hadn't Flopped 75 Years Ago, What Would Feature Animation Look Like Today? owl.li/UEJ6s
  • Mapped: All the world's 1,031 World Heritage Sites owl.li/UF2zc
  • College Students Can Now Get The New York Times for $1 a Week owl.li/UCEAi
  • ◉ The Internet Lives in a Huge Hotel in Manhattan - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/1…
  • Study: Music Lessons Change Students’ Behavior owl.li/UF2wH
  • 3 Reasons Why You Are Always Mishearing Song Lyrics owl.li/UF2vh
  • 7 Hidden Art Secrets That Were Uncovered With Technology owl.li/UzuzU
  • Why Do Humans Cry? owl.li/Uzukq
  • ◉ Spinning Songs from Movies owl.li/UFFZp
  • Kurt Vonnegut’s Lost NYU Lecture on What It Takes to Be a Writer, Animated owl.li/UwwCe
  • Ray Bradbury on the Possibility of Science Fiction owl.li/Uwxfw
  • Star Wars characters as Greek statues owl.li/UwwoS
  • The Beautiful Network of Ancient Roman Roads owl.li/Uwx3L
  • ◉ How the Metaphor of “the Cloud” Changed Our Attitude Toward the Internet - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/1…
  • MIT's Weird Snake Bot Could Be The Future Of UI owl.li/UwsSO
  • smartercreativeNov 16, 10:55am via Hootsuite
  • From Middle Earth to Hundred Acre Wood: putting fiction on the map owl.li/UwwJK
  • smartercreativeNov 16, 10:20am via Hootsuite
  • 9 Fascinating Facts About The Microbiome, The Trillions Of Microbes Hidden Inside Us owl.li/UzVud
  • New Dinosaur Species Probably Endured Snow and Darkness for Months on End owl.li/UwwHw
  • ◉ Recommended: A Prehistory of the Cloud - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Manhattan Project sites get National Park status owl.li/UuxS2
  • This Surveillance Drone Never Needs to Land owl.li/Uubxv
  • The Science Behind How Pay Affects Productivity owl.li/Uu43w
  • Robot Toddler Learns to Stand by “Imagining” How to Do It owl.li/UubqT
  • The Way We Experience Art Is Changing--And Brands Can Capitalize On The Disruption owl.li/Uu40q
  • To Study the Brain, a Doctor Puts Himself Under the Knife owl.li/UubkR
  • How to start planning when you’d really rather not owl.li/Uu3W0
  • 50 Brilliant Science Fiction Movies That Everyone Should See At Least Once owl.li/Uu80C
  • A History Of Insane Art Prices owl.li/UwsOj
  • What designers need to know about copyright ownership owl.li/Uu6OA
  • Gorgeous: Ed Fairborn's map portraits. owl.li/UtySt
  • Comic Sans, Helvetica & Times New Roman: A Brief History of 6 Iconic Fonts owl.li/UtwUg
  • The Gene Hackers: A powerful new technology enables us to manipulate our DNA more easily than ever before. owl.li/UqFxO
  • Highlights from Google's Design Conference owl.li/UtwJj
  • The Genetic Reason Why Some People Are Born To Travel All Over The World owl.li/UnVn3
  • How Is Paper Made? Take a Factory Tour owl.li/UtwwX
  • Researcher Misses Out on Grant Because of Calibri/Arial Font Dustup owl.li/UnS1T
  • Idea Sex: How New Yorker Cartoonists Generate 500 Ideas a Week owl.li/UtvZB
  • Google Cardboard: Novelty or Useful? | Poynter. owl.li/UtVOd
  • UK gov’t promises all homes will have legal right to 10Mbps broadband by 2020 owl.li/UqRt4
  • Find Out What The ‘Most Popular Colors Of 2015’ Are - DesignTAXI.com owl.li/UnS1h
  • According to This 1919 Writing Guide, There Are Only 37 Possible Stories smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/191…
  • ◉ The new economics of entertainment owl.li/UicJs
  • The Importance of Face-to-Face Conversation | The Art of Manliness owl.li/Un82b
  • The Real-World Locations of 14 Sci-Fi Dystopias owl.li/UnRWT
  • David Foster Wallace on Why You Should Use a Dictionary, How to Write a Great Opener, and the... owl.li/Un819
  • This Library-Themed Tokyo Hotel Lets You Sleep Next to 1,700 Books owl.li/UnRVY
  • 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

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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