The Week's Links: December 11, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Hexagons! And other reasons to love math owl.li/VCJAa
  • Why rejection hurts so much -- and what to do about it owl.li/VCJsF
  • ◉ Penguin Classics team up with (RED) for typographic covers owl.li/VxZWW
  • The Best Movie Posters of 2015 on Notebook owl.li/VzOcm
  • Brainstorm Questions, Not Solutions owl.li/VAdbO
  • After 4 Decades in the C-3PO Suit, Anthony Daniels Is Star Wars’ Most Special Effect of All owl.li/VzCpx
  • Google Dance Aims To Take Viewers Anywhere In The (Dance) World owl.li/VzYzu
  • What Happens on a Typical Day in the Ultimate Movie Library — ART & SCIENCE owl.li/VzCk3
  • Ad Age's 2015 Marketer A-List owl.li/VzTB8
  • Stanley Kubrick’s typography owl.li/VzOTz
  • Martin Scorsese Creates a List of 39 Essential Foreign Films for a Young Filmmaker owl.li/Vydgx
  • How Twitching Frog Legs Helped Inspire 'Frankenstein' owl.li/VydfX
  • ◉ Orson Welles' "The War of the Worlds" owl.li/VxZT7
  • Europeans Only Started Digesting Dairy 4,000 Years Ago owl.li/Vyd9q
  • How Many People Can You Remember? owl.li/VydeW
  • Big Cable’s Sledgehammer Is Coming Down — Backchannel owl.li/Vyd89
  • Why Even Experts Fall for Art Forgery owl.li/Vydep
  • This 200-Year-Old Jeweled Caterpillar Crawls Using Clockwork owl.li/Vyd6n
  • Vintage Footage Shows a Young, Unknown Patti Smith & Robert Mapplethorpe Living at the Famed Chelsea Hotel (1970) owl.li/Vydc5
  • The Shadow - A hundred years of Orson Welles owl.li/VydbA
  • Life Will Never Be as Perfect as These Éclairs - Bon Appétit owl.li/Vyd5v
  • Chuck Jones’ Rules for Writing Road Runner Cartoons owl.li/Vyd4t
  • ◉ Paula Scher on Failure owl.li/VxZQc
  • How A Stage Design Legend Creates Sets For Beyonce, Lady Gaga, And Bruno Mars owl.li/Vy1F0
  • A Five-Step Process To End Overthinking owl.li/Vyagb
  • Packing up to preserve a musical treasure owl.li/Vy0SQ
  • A Five-Step Process To End Overthinking owl.li/Vya97
  • Single Artificial Neuron Taught to Recognize Hundreds of Patterns | MIT Technology Review owl.li/Vy0E9
  • British Rail Reissues Its Iconic Midcentury Graphic Standards Manuals owl.li/Vy2wX
  • Is This The Most Technologically Advanced Book Ever Published? owl.li/Vy2vg
  • The digital revolution in higher education has already happened. No one noticed. owl.li/Vy0AV
  • The New Intimacy Economy — Thoughts on Media owl.li/Vy0zb
  • ◉ Great Designers Steal by Jeff Veen owl.li/VxZMM
  • Search Engine Censys Knows the Internet’s Dirty Little Security Secrets | MIT Technology Review owl.li/Vx0a0
  • New Horizons Just Sent the Sharpest Pluto Photos It Can Get owl.li/VxXH4
  • How the Guy Behind Fallout 4 Builds His Epic Dream Worlds owl.li/VwVbK
  • ‘Outsiders’ Crack a 50-Year-Old Math Problem owl.li/VxXFT
  • The MIT Media Lab was the birthplace of many of the biggest innovations of the last thirty years owl.li/VwV5v
  • The MIT Media Lab was the birthplace of many of the biggest innovations of the last thirty years owl.li/VxPTO
  • A Bandage That Glows to Warn of the Presence of Bacterial Invaders | MIT Technology Review owl.li/Vx0bH
  • Everything You Need to Know About CRISPR Gene Editing’s Monster Year owl.li/VrZ5Z
  • New Books By Dead Authors Have Become A Big Business owl.li/VroVH
  • Best resources to learn typography owl.li/VrmGS
  • Evolution of the bicycle owl.li/VrnL3
  • 'Star Wars' Strikes Back: Behind the Scenes of the Biggest Movie of the Year owl.li/VrfZs
  • Space miniatures owl.li/VrnFS
  • What to leave out and what to leave in owl.li/Vrc2m
  • 58 commonly misused words and phrases owl.li/VrnBo
  • Sharing ideas at massive scale owl.li/Vvfr0
  • Feast Your Eyes On The Most Beautiful Data Visualizations Of 2015 owl.li/VrmPg
  • Who Makes the Rules for Outer Space? — NOVA Next | PBS owl.li/Vr72m
  • The Best Space Photos Of The Month owl.li/Voq6V
  • You'll Never Guess What The First Thing Ever Sold On The Internet Was owl.li/ViF4H
  • Genetic editing: Crispr Is Getting Better. Now It’s Time to Ask the Hard Ethical Questions owl.li/Vm7JY
  • Solar or Coal? The Energy India Picks May Decide Earth's Fate | WIRED owl.li/ViD6j
  • A deadly banana fungus is now threatening some of the world's main banana-growing centers - Quartz owl.li/Vl8ON
  • 7 TED Talks to help you find your purpose owl.li/VeWis
  • Artificial Intelligence Aims to Make Wikipedia Friendlier and Better owl.li/Vl10S
  • Are Confident People More Productive? owl.li/Vraie
  • How You Record Ideas May Impact Creativity owl.li/ViFEE
  • How Plastic Injection Works, And What's So Brilliant About LEGO's Design owl.li/Vep6L
  • The Good Sides of Work owl.li/VeluT
  • ◉ Ken Robinson Talks About How To Be In Your Element owl.li/VdCqC
  • David Lynch Directs a Mini-Season of Twin Peaks in the Form of Japanese Coffee Commercials owl.li/Vee8J
  • David Lynch Teaches You to Cook His Quinoa Recipe in a Weird, Surrealist Video owl.li/Vedlt
  • Beautiful, Color Photographs of Paris Taken 100 Years Ago—at the Beginning of World War I & the End of La Belle... owl.li/Vee6E
  • How Many Steps a Day Should You Really Walk? owl.li/VedjA
  • John Cleese Touts the Value of Philosophy in 22 Public Service Announcements for the American... owl.li/Vee0p
  • The history of board games, from morality to Monopoly to Cards Against Humanity - Timeline owl.li/Vez5Z
  • Travel Back in Time and See Picasso Make Abstract Art owl.li/VedUI

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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