The Week's Links: December 18, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • The Year in Creative: 24 Trends That Drove Some of the Best Advertising in 2015 owl.li/VUqtA
  • Researchers find the average number of swear words people can list in 60 seconds — and what it say about them. owl.li/VUqY7
  • Tuned Mass Damper of Taipei 101 owl.li/VUpuF
  • The typography of Star Wars. owl.li/VUK2b
  • Japanese Craftsman Masterfully Restores Old Book into Like-New Condition owl.li/VUpsh
  • How the Descendants of the Marquis de Sade Became Champions of His Once Taboo Legacy owl.li/VUpnI
  • ◉ Education (A TED Remix) owl.li/VSaH6
  • You Can Have Millions Of Subscribers On YouTube—And Still Be Flat Broke owl.li/VRDsL
  • IBM Opens Its Artificial Mind To The World owl.li/VUefH
  • 8 Tech Trends to Watch in 2016 owl.li/VRDdb
  • How Hamilton’s Free Preshow Performance Became the Best Thing on Broadway owl.li/VUboh
  • Trippy Video Shows How a Person's Face Changes Depending on the Lighting owl.li/VRCTr
  • The strange, healing properties of water zapped by lightning owl.li/VSdjU
  • Inside A Robot Eyeball, Science Will Decode Our Body Language owl.li/VRHJl
  • What Killed These Marine Reptiles Found in a Nevada Ghost Town? owl.li/VRCDE
  • 10 Key Design Trends For 2016 (And How To Make The Most Of Them) owl.li/VRwU1
  • ◉ What is a Maverick? owl.li/VSayz
  • Tensor Flow, Google’s AI Engine, Gains Traction Outside the Company | MIT Technology Review owl.li/VPDZ6
  • Photos Taken 100 Years Ago Capture Rare Look at Paris in Color owl.li/VRvEA
  • Why Google, Facebook, Microsoft and IBM Are Desperate to Give Away AI Technology | MIT Technology Review owl.li/VPDXJ
  • How BB-8—A Rolling Robot in a Galaxy Far, Far Away—Changed Everything for Sphero owl.li/VRvB0
  • Machine Learning Inspired by Human Learning | MIT Technology Review owl.li/VPDWx
  • Star Wars’ $4 Billion Price Tag Was the Deal of the Century owl.li/VRsUN
  • History through the eyes of the potato - Leo Bear-McGuinness owl.li/VRCJx
  • If Daniel Kahneman Had a Magic Wand He’d Rid the Human Race of Overconfidence owl.li/VRsRm
  • Canada’s New Typeface Unifies the Country’s Many Languages owl.li/VPDQf
  • Neil Gaiman’s notebooks owl.li/VPDE2
  • ◉ Best Illusion of the Year Contest Winner owl.li/VSarU
  • The Secret History of One Hundred Years of Solitude owl.li/VPD1t
  • Kickstarter hires reporter to probe startup that collapsed after raising $3.4M owl.li/VPDjG
  • How did dancing with LED-lined gloves become a Shark Tank-approved, multimillion-dollar industry? owl.li/VPCZK
  • See the Graceful Way Ballet Dancers Deal With a Layover owl.li/VPD5q
  • The Top Books of 2015 - The New York Times owl.li/VPCXk
  • How to dive with a colony of penguins in the arctic owl.li/VPDR6
  • How ‘South Park’ Perfectly Captures Our Era of Outrage owl.li/VPD4f
  • How the Universal Symbols for Escalators, Restrooms, and Transport Were Designed owl.li/VPD2U
  • The Turley Effect: can a rogue designer make MTV cool again? owl.li/VPCSv
  • The Top 10 Music Videos of 2015, According to YouTube owl.li/VPCPu
  • ◉ Carol Dweck's Attitude About Intelligence owl.li/VSamJ
  • How did coffee go from dietary no-no to health drink? - Timeline owl.li/VPBNo
  • Star Wars: The Force Accounted owl.li/VPCNy
  • How to find your voice owl.li/VPAHx
  • 2015: The Year in Photos, January-April owl.li/VPCK2
  • Want to Create Things That Matter? Be Lazy. owl.li/VOu2w
  • Artists Are Turning New York City's Ugly Metal Gates Into Stunning Street Art owl.li/VPBQx
  • Swoon Over 18 Of This Year’s Most Beautiful Book Covers owl.li/VPCVh
  • The First Language You Learn Changes How You Hear All Other Languages After owl.li/VPBPi
  • Here’s How London Is Making Its Shiny New Tunnels Ready for Trains owl.li/VOtAP
  • Tracking down the elusive bitcoin founder | PBS NewsHour owl.li/VOtAi
  • How Popular People’s Brains Are Different owl.li/VJzAk
  • Elon Musk + Sam Altman Launch OpenAI Nonprofit That Will Use AI To "Benefit Humanity" owl.li/VOtzB
  • The Smartphone is Eating the Television, Nielsen Admits owl.li/VJmmR
  • This pill may be a cure for radiation poisoning owl.li/VOtyk
  • In 2015, Netflix became a legitimate TV network. Now what? owl.li/VOtDb
  • Where Frida Kahlo got her style. owl.li/VJmlm
  • How to Spot Bitcoin Inventor Satoshi Nakamoto | MIT Technology Review owl.li/VOtx8
  • Bedtime Stories and Ridiculous Deadlines: How Adam McKay Makes Blockbusters owl.li/VOtuP
  • How Fiction Grabs Readers In an Increasingly Distracted World owl.li/VJm8G
  • The Smartphone is Eating the Television, Nielsen Admits owl.li/VJlC9
  • Why New Zealand Spent $9M Killing 14 Flies — How We Get To Next owl.li/VJgz8
  • The 21 Best Longform Food Stories of 2015 owl.li/VJlkT
  • Five Pioneering Music Videos You’ve Probably Never Seen — How We Get To Next owl.li/VJgvq
  • See The Animals That Have Already Died Off As The Pace Of Extinction Speeds Up owl.li/VJkO2
  • Putting Music on a Map — How We Get To Next owl.li/VJgqj
  • Mailbox's Death Shows Good Design Alone Can't Unbreak Email owl.li/VJidB
  • Here’s Why You Should Be Excited for Margaret Atwood’s First Graphic Novel,  Angel Catbird owl.li/VJmdb
  • Rotterdam's Grand Experiment With Architecture That Mutates Over Time owl.li/VJicl
  • MIT's Amazing New App Lets You Program Any Object owl.li/VJg7y
  • Can Next-Generation Compression Save Streaming Video From Looming Data Caps? owl.li/VJfDf
  • ◉ Carol Dweck's Attitude About Intelligence owl.li/Vy01K
  • A Cloud-Free View of Planet Earth Offers a New Way to Track Crops and Natural Disasters | MIT Technology Review owl.li/VCUY5
  • Clash Of Clans And Angry Liam Neeson Lead YouTube's Top Ads Of 2015 owl.li/VGJns
  • This Lego Color Chart Contains Every Color Lego Ever owl.li/VCRlG
  • Bitcoin's Creator Satoshi Nakamoto Is Probably This Unknown Australian Genius owl.li/VGJjU
  • How You Record Ideas May Impact Creativity owl.li/VCPUX
  • The Hyperloop's Testing Its Propulsion System Next Month owl.li/VGJiM
  • Coping With The Age Of Automation: Relax, Retrain, And Redistribute owl.li/VGJhe

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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