The Week's Links: November 27, 2015

  • ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:
  • Why Do Magicians Have Assistants? owl.li/V2HJM
  • How Modern Art And Design Influenced The Beloved Cartoon Tintin owl.li/V28qK
  • Rude Behavior Spreads like a Disease owl.li/V1VsJ
  • Here Are Some of the World's Best Ads You Might Have Missed in 2015 owl.li/V1VqO
  • ◉ Boost Creativity: 7 Unusual Psychological Techniques owl.li/UVHGT
  • The Room Where the Internet Was Born owl.li/UZ6rl
  • Inside Ikea's Innovation Lab For The Future Of Better Living owl.li/V1xv5
  • Labour of love: the restored Rodin Museum Paris reopens owl.li/UZ6hb
  • How To Future-Proof A Train System owl.li/V1xr6
  • An Illustrated History of American Money Design owl.li/UZ5yK
  • The Morbid History Of Victorian Surgery, Beautifully Illustrated owl.li/V1xnY
  • Print Your Own Circuit Boards At Home owl.li/V1xkJ
  • The original typeface families from the graduates of the latest TypeMedia masters program. owl.li/UYWOo
  • A Brief History of British Pub Signs smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/bri…
  • ◉ Without Water We Are Nothing owl.li/UVHEu
  • Your Brain May Want That Bottle Of Soda Because It's Easy To Pick Up owl.li/UWJMu
  • Why designers can’t stop reinventing the subway map owl.li/UWMLd
  • Stellar Projections on the Inside of Cambridge's 16th Century Cathedral owl.li/UWF2w
  • This Artist Makes Traditional Carpets That Look Like They Were hit by a Software Bug owl.li/UWK1W
  • Design History 101 | AIGA Eye on Design owl.li/UWrJg
  • ◉ The Clock of the Long Now - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/2…
  • Busting Up IQ Myths owl.li/UWJYL
  • Rita Hayworth, 1940s Hollywood Icon, Dances Disco to the Tune of The Bee Gees Stayin’ Alive: A... owl.li/UWJVP
  • The Unceasing American Quest to Build a Better Mousetrap owl.li/UVIsm
  • Advice From the Master: Thelonious Monk Scribbles a List of Tips for Playing a Gig owl.li/UVIr7
  • ◉ What is a brand? owl.li/UVHDg
  • Sell your ignorance. owl.li/UVAx1
  • 25 Historic Heists owl.li/UVIqX
  • Discover the Oldest Beer Recipe in History From Ancient Sumeria, 1800 B.C. owl.li/UVAqY
  • Weird Things Happen in the Minds of Ultramarathoners owl.li/UVIqD
  • Lucy the Australopithecus Turns 41 (Plus 3.2 Million Years) owl.li/V1ViG
  • ◉ Buster Keaton: The Art of the Gag - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/2…
  • We know the city where HIV first emerged owl.li/UVAmH
  • Uideo: 412 videos for designers from 58 conferences owl.li/UVHpE
  • Windows turns 30: a visual history owl.li/UVAxY
  • 9 Beautiful Portraits of Rescued Owls owl.li/UVAe5
  • These 3D Pavement Paintings Take Chalk Art to a New Level owl.li/UVAcF
  • ◉ What they don’t teach you about identity design in design school by Paula Scher owl.li/UVHy3
  • It takes two: why Greeks are turning to tango | World news | The Guardian owl.li/UVwIj
  • Oral History: 30 Years Ago Today, Mr. Snuffleupagus Shocked 'Sesame Street' owl.li/UVAa3
  • The secret sneaker market — and why it matters owl.li/UVwCS
  • Star Wars Exclusive: Check Out the Blueprints for the First Order’s Base owl.li/UVA43
  • ◉ How Creativity is Helped by Failure - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/1…
  • The Tate's Long-Copy Ads Are Designed to Spark Your Interest in Famous Works of Art owl.li/UUCsK
  • Microwave-Powered Rockets Would Slash Cost of Reaching Orbit - Scientific American owl.li/UVAfH
  • Thieves Steal 17 Artworks From Verona Museum - The New York Times owl.li/UVwNY
  • Did This Billionaire Get Swindled Out of Millions in an Elaborate Art World Scheme? owl.li/UVwN4
  • Where Google, Apple, And Amazon Employees Want To Work Next owl.li/UUBZH
  • What It's Like to Fly Into a Thunderstorm owl.li/UUBEC
  • 10 Brand Trends to Prepare You for 2016's Arrival | Branding Magazine owl.li/UUzpR
  • The Absurd History of Nike Air Technology owl.li/UUBBR
  • Problems of output are problems of input owl.li/UUzmi
  • The Generation That Doesn't Remember Life Before Smartphones owl.li/UUBy1
  • What making music does to your brain owl.li/UR4n3
  • Coffee drinking linked to lower mortality risk—again owl.li/UUBw2
  • Do Visual Stories Make People Care? | NPR Visuals owl.li/UUCrB
  • Peek Behind the Scenes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens owl.li/UUAab
  • IBM Watson Trend App to Shoppers: Buy Your Legos Now owl.li/UQWcs
  • Coffee Tied to Lower Risk of Dying Prematurely owl.li/UQVWw
  • Art does heal: scientists say appreciating creative works can fight off disease owl.li/UQMwP
  • Verbing Weirds Language, but in a Good Way owl.li/UQTNl
  • How A Police Sketch Artist Works owl.li/UQEbl
  • Will artificial intelligence bring us utopia or destruction? owl.li/UQTyA
  • 15 Mesmerizing Science GIFs, Explained owl.li/UOHz6
  • MIT's 2,000-Pound Megalith Can Be Moved With A Fingertip owl.li/UQSSd
  • Gallery: The art and science of space photography owl.li/UR4hD
  • A Short History of Love owl.li/UQPDr
  • J.J. Abrams's Other Project Has a Trailer, Release Date owl.li/UUBsq
  • What’s the Difference Between a Font and a Typeface? Take AIGA’s Ultimate Typography Quiz owl.li/UOe6W
  • ◉ Hand Painted Advertising: A Look "Up There" owl.li/UFGbK
  • Why The Promise Of Unlimited Cloud Storage Keeps Getting Broken owl.li/ULVLF
  • Malala Strikes Back: Behind The Scenes Of Her Fearless, Fast-Growing Organization owl.li/UOdTd
  • There’s No Such Thing As ‘You,’ But That’s Okay owl.li/ULbNh
  • Design Leadership: What's Next? owl.li/UOcFg
  • Pac-Man’s Siren Call. The story of a most unusual bug on a most unusual day owl.li/ULbFq
  • The Subtle Art of Being a Designer at a Massive Company owl.li/UOaR0
  • The Vision of Charles and Ray Eames owl.li/UOhP3
  • I Turned Off JavaScript in My Web Browser for a Whole Week and It Was Glorious owl.li/UO46x

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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