The Week's Links: November 6, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • 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
  • Robot Culture: Research Bots Share What They’ve Learned | MIT Technology Review owl.li/U6c6H
  • Hello, I’m Mr. Null. My Name Makes Me Invisible to Computers owl.li/Ui3P2
  • Alphabet’s Stratospheric Loon Balloons to Start Serving Internet to Indonesia | MIT Technology Review owl.li/U6c5a
  • ◉ Dance owl.li/U5wHV
  • Is there an ideal time of day to read news? A site called Twelve Thirty Six has one idea (you’ll never guess) owl.li/U6bRg
  • Antivirus Might Catch More Malicious Code Using Neural Networks | MIT Technology Review owl.li/U6c3m
  • The Top Color Trends of 2015 - Shutterstock owl.li/U6aKX
  • Ultrathin, Skin-Conforming Sensors Collect Critical Data about Vascular Health | MIT Technology... owl.li/U6c23
  • Technology Device Ownership: 2015 owl.li/U6aDk
  • The Broken Pop of James Bond Songs owl.li/U6bSg
  • Paralyzed Man Used Brain Computer Interface to Move Own Arm at Case Western | MIT Technology Review owl.li/U6c9e
  • View from the Overlook: Crafting 'The Shining' owl.li/U5Aih
  • ◉ Leonardo da Vinci's Resume owl.li/U5wFQ
  • Mark Twain's "new fangled writing machine" owl.li/U5AdO
  • Saul Bass on his approach to designing movie title sequences owl.li/U5Ahh
  • Moving film posters owl.li/U5AcV
  • An ode to movie props owl.li/U5Agj
  • How smell shapes our perception of the world around us owl.li/U5zVY
  • Why The Machines That Dig Tunnels Are Always Named After Women owl.li/U61Do
  • ◉ How to Sound Design Your Life - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/1…
  • A photo of the iceberg that sank the Titanic owl.li/U5AeI
  • Book covers in motion owl.li/U5Aec
  • Why we should ban killer robots owl.li/U5zNb
  • ◉ Photoshop's 20th Anniversary Documentary owl.li/U5wDf
  • TED Playlist: Artificial Intelligence owl.li/U5vBd
  • The price of being single owl.li/U5zM6
  • Your Creative Calendar: 56 Things To Do, See, And Hear This November owl.li/UcOWs
  • Instagram Rabbit Hole: Street Photography Around the World owl.li/U5v33
  • Gallery: A journey into the world’s oldest and most puzzling caves owl.li/U5zKb
  • Cormac McCarthy’s Three Punctuation Rules, and How They All Go Back to James Joyce owl.li/U4LgQ
  • ◉ Have You Met John Goodenough? The Father Of The Lithium Ion Battery - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/1…
  • The promising and perilous science of gene editing owl.li/U5zP3
  • FiveThirtyEight and On The Media collaboration through the 2016 election owl.li/U5zDI
  • Why Your Mouse Cursor Looks The Way It Does owl.li/U5xYw
  • How a Landmark Library Is Reinventing Itself—Without Losing Its Purpose owl.li/U4Lcm
  • How packaging can make food more flavorful. owl.li/U4L5Z
  • ◉ Weird, or just different? owl.li/U5wB7
  • How Ikea Designs Its (In)famous Instruction Manuals owl.li/U4GOb
  • Design Graveyard: Harvesting Your Dead Ideas owl.li/U4KZG
  • The Autopilot is learning fast: Model S owners are already reporting that Tesla's Autopilot is self-improving owl.li/U4GNj
  • ◉ Recommended: Presenting Shakespeare: 1,100 Posters from Around the World - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • The Poetics of Smell as a Mode of Knowledge owl.li/U4KMx
  • Picasso’s Last Surviving Lover/Muse And Marcelo Gomes Make A Ballet Together owl.li/U04Tr
  • Push for Diversity in Ballet Turns to Training the Next Generation owl.li/U4Let
  • ◉ The Fracking of Attention - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/1…
  • Do You Have A "Jazz" Mindset or A "Classical" Mindset? owl.li/U4KKL
  • How (and Why) You Should Read More owl.li/U4KIY
  • Sherlock Holmes, Pro and Con: The world’s most famous private consulting detective lives on owl.li/U03WI
  • 10 Breathtaking Photos from National Geographic's Photo Contest owl.li/TXMSl
  • The invisible device that powers everything you do owl.li/TUNPj
  • This Is What Rush Hour Looks Like In Copenhagen owl.li/TXLUI
  • 85-year-old jewel thief arrested at upscale mall in Atlanta owl.li/TUL3H
  • Daylight saving time has its roots in humor - and the desperation of World War I owl.li/U6qZV
  • How Ikea Designs Its (In)famous Instruction Manuals owl.li/TXLLP
  • These Brilliant Literary Maps Will Help You Understand Your Favorite Book owl.li/TUIqV
  • My friend @benchirlin writing and developing for @WIRED: How We Moved 34,000 WIRED Pages to One Site in 9 Hours. owl.li/U6b8y
  • Greenland is Melting Away: Another NYTimes extraordinary interactive essay. owl.li/TVBCN
  • Wil Wheaton is right: Stop expecting artists to work for free — or worse, for “exposure” owl.li/U04HR
  • Another great podcast, about Secret Histories of Podcasting owl.li/TU5zV
  • Landscapes Made for Satellite Eyes owl.li/TSwqA
  • Behind the Music: 6 Iconic Locations From Classic Album Art owl.li/TSvJt
  • TED Playlist: How does my brain work? owl.li/TSvys
  • What Happens to Your Brain When You Negotiate About Money owl.li/TSvHY
  • The Apollo Archives Hit Flickr, Total Awesomeness Ensues owl.li/TSvuF
  • How Google handles searches it's never seen before owl.li/TSvDs
  • WhatsApp's Co-Founder Exlpains How The Iconoclastic App Got Huge While Staying So Small owl.li/TSvsP
  • Make your fear work for you owl.li/TU5tC
  • The History of the Ballet Body: From Anna Pavlova to Misty Copeland owl.li/TSvAU
  • 6 Scientific Explanations for Ghosts owl.li/TSvzD
  • Haruki Murakami Lists the Three Essential Qualities For All Serious Novelists (And Runners) owl.li/TSvp0
  • The Most Controversial Hacking Cases of the Past Decade owl.li/TSvkO
  • ◉ A classic worth revisiting: In 15 Minutes Ira Glass Will Make You A Better Storyteller owl.li/TQYR4
  • Buzzed: Bees have an alarming, debilitating love for caffeine. owl.li/TRru1
  • Lyndon B. Johnson on supporting the arts. (via @austinkleonowl.li/TRTJv
  • ◉ The Week's Links: October 30, 2015 - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/10/3…
  • ◉ 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

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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