The Week's Links: December 4, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • 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
  • So Apparently There Are 4 Kinds of Introversion owl.li/Vedbm
  • 25 Possible New Extinctions: Hawaiian Plants, Madagascar Orchids, Chilean Water Frog owl.li/Ved9e
  • ◉ Kill bad meetings in 9 easy steps owl.li/VdCef
  • JK Rowling meets Lauren Laverne: ‘Success never feels the way you think it will’ owl.li/Veb9x
  • Digging into the floor of the North Sea to map the terrain and DNA of a sunken country owl.li/Ve8K2
  • 101 Facts About Pixar owl.li/Ve9u1
  • ◉ Why Work Is so Much Easier than Love - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/2…
  • Online collection of digitized wax cylinder recordings owl.li/VdDjy
  • Why Every Man Should Study Classical Culture owl.li/Ve8XM
  • What Americans can learn from other food cultures owl.li/Vedhm
  • How Humans Ended Up With Freakishly Huge Brains owl.li/Ve8Pa
  • 11 years of Saturn photos from the Cassini probe owl.li/VdDgS
  • Fire tornado in super slow motion owl.li/VdDcG
  • ◉ The World Through the Eyes of a Transmedia Generation owl.li/VdC9y
  • Lucas on the Star Wars divorce owl.li/VdD9R
  • Einstein’s first proof owl.li/VdCSB
  • Your Creative Calendar: 57 Things To Do, See, And Hear This December owl.li/VosMe
  • A final test of relativity owl.li/VdD74
  • How The Internet* Talks owl.li/VdCQq
  • ◉ Know When to Stop Checking Your Phone and Go to Sleep - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/2…
  • The Strange Science of the Placebo owl.li/VdD1I
  • CRISPR, a cheap and accurate copy/paste for DNA owl.li/VdDhh
  • 7 Things That Happen When You Go To Space owl.li/VdCZi
  • Abandoned Olympic Venues from Around the World owl.li/VdCvf
  • The Most Beautiful Bookstore On Earth owl.li/VdBmM
  • Adobe is telling people to stop using Flash owl.li/Vm6Tu
  • ◉ The Evolution of Storytelling - A TEDx Talk by Sean Stewart owl.li/VdC2Q
  • Why Orson Welles lived a life like no other owl.li/Vdg5Q
  • The Birth And Death Of Privacy: 3,000 Years of History Told Through 46 Images — The Ferenstein Wire owl.li/VdBkm
  • Researchers are now 90 percent sure King Tut's tomb has a hidden chamber owl.li/Vdg54
  • 16 Different Ways Designers Think About Money owl.li/VdAM2
  • ◉ Alex Blumberg: Your Best Selling Points Are the Mistakes You've Made - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/2…
  • A brief history of tap dance (and why it’s still a great art form) owl.li/Vd75w
  • My journey to yo-yo mastery owl.li/Vdg6T
  • You Can Now Explore the Ruins of Petra on Google Street View owl.li/Vdg6D
  • Why creativity should not be measured owl.li/Vd6NZ
  • 34 Of The Most Beautiful Book Covers Of 2015 owl.li/Vd6LB
  • ◉ Playing Chess With Kubrick owl.li/VdBZQ
  • Are We Entering the End of the Specialist Era? owl.li/Vd34k
  • Inspiration needs action: Tobias Van Schneider on taking creative risks owl.li/Vd6GW
  • The gorgeous, transforming buildings of Tom Kundig owl.li/Vd2UC
  • The secret history of spots, stripes and other everyday patterns owl.li/Vd6D9
  • ◉ Learning to Deal With the Impostor Syndrome - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/11/2…
  • Twenty Predictions For The Next 20 Years owl.li/Vd2Jc
  • Reading Design is an online archive of critical writing about design. owl.li/Vd6x7
  • Mark Henry Phillips takes a cinematic approach to mixing and composing for the popular podcast Serial. owl.li/Vd6Z2
  • How the Clouds Got Their Names owl.li/Vd6j4
  • ◉ Recommended: The True History of Chocolate - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • A Stunning Art Installation Built With 6000 Bulbs To Resemble A Life-Sized Cloud - DesignTAXI.com owl.li/Vd21q
  • If Daniel Kahneman Had a Magic Wand He’d Rid the Human Race of Overconfidence owl.li/Vd1TN
  • What Do America’s Top Chefs Cook for Thanksgiving? owl.li/V7Jxg
  • First Reusable Rocket Launched and Landed Safely Back on Earth owl.li/VbGZG
  • Hunger Makes You Crave More Than Food owl.li/V7JwD
  • “Everything Was Completely Destroyed”: What It Was Like to Work at Sony After the Hack owl.li/VbF7o
  • Crows Remember Who Wronged Them owl.li/V7Juf
  • The Physics of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloons owl.li/V7Jyz
  • The Future Of Archaeology Is Not Digging Anything Up owl.li/Vd2Hb
  • Crazy About Alice: I Made Tiny Paper-Cuts Inspired By “Alice In Wonderland” owl.li/V7JxR
  • How Demographics Rule the Global Economy - WSJ owl.li/V7HJn
  • This Vaccine Can Protect You From Anthrax—After Exposure owl.li/V7Hs4
  • Kyle Abraham, Choreographer on the Move owl.li/V7H9K
  • 6 designers tell us how they'd make air travel less terrible owl.li/V7HqM
  • I Let IBM’s Robot Chef Tell Me What to Cook for a Week — How We Get To Next owl.li/V7GQR
  • The Bankrupt Irishman Who Created the Dollar Sign by Accident owl.li/V7HmY
  • China Is Building the World’s Largest Animal Cloning Facility — How We Get To Next owl.li/V7GOL
  • Privacy On The Internet? What’s The Reasonable Expectation? owl.li/V7Hjw
  • Demographic Destiny: What Will the World Be Like in 2050? owl.li/V7HMV
  • Gulfstream Pictures Dancing With George Balanchine Biopic owl.li/V7HcQ
  • Teaching Grownups How to Eat - The New Yorker owl.li/V7GvU
  • Data Mining Reveals How Smiling Evolved During a Century of Yearbook Photos | MIT Technology Review owl.li/V7CJq
  • ◉ Playing Chess with Kubrick owl.li/UVHI6
  • The Latest Breakthrough In Understanding Diabetes Was Made By An Algorithm owl.li/V28mU
  • How General Electric Created The Hit Science-Fiction Podcast "The Message" owl.li/V7CGG
  • People Who Grow Up Dancing Are Happier, Less Stressed And Smarter owl.li/V1WFe
  • 9 Things You Didn't Know About Frank Gehry owl.li/V7Czy
  • Men’s and Women’s Brains Appear to Age Differently owl.li/V1WB9
  • Why Do Magicians Have Assistants? owl.li/V2HJM
  • How Modern Art And Design Influenced The Beloved Cartoon Tintin owl.li/V28qK

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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