The Week's Links: February 20, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Possible Anne Boleyn portrait found using facial recognition software owl.li/J8CPW
  • Gallery: New art carved from old books owl.li/J8xMU
  • We Talked to 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Production Designer About Pastries, Postcards, and Taxidermy owl.li/J4oTx
  • A Sense of Wonder May Be Good for Your Health owl.li/J643s
  • Napping Can Reverse the Effects of a Poor Night's Sleep owl.li/IYi7T
  • A Taste Test to Find the Best Chocolate Beers owl.li/J50Sb
  • Page numbers: Where did they come from, and are they even useful anymore? owl.li/IYbfF
  • The Town That's Building Life Around Sleep - Health owl.li/J50OI
  • How Tequila is Made owl.li/J8DIm
  • What Size Battery Would You Need to Power Your House? owl.li/J50Mt
  • Tate Modern set for two-day dance takeover owl.li/IYayf
  • World Press Photo 2014 Winners owl.li/IY9rp
  • Must read: How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco’s Life - NYTimes.comowl.li/IXzZ6
  • When it's snowing outside, it is also snowing on the internet owl.li/IY9bj
  • How The New York Times Works: This is how the Gray Lady gets made in 2015 owl.li/IXqEr
  • How To Redesign An Iconic Typeface For Arabic owl.li/IXSA3
  • Facebook Lets Users Bequeath Access to Account owl.li/IX1f0
  • Beautiful gallery of owls by Audubon owl.li/IXJyp
  • Creating live cinema with puppets and shadow owl.li/IXHe5
  • How Your Travels Around the Internet Expose the Way You Think owl.li/IYaMl
  • Photographer Imagines What It Looks Like to Run for Your Life owl.li/IWHq6
  • Blood Clots, Liver Cells and Bird Flu Are Surprisingly Beautiful Under a Microscope owl.li/IWFT5
  • Brains Make Decisions the Way Alan Turing Cracked Codes owl.li/IU13z
  • 40 brilliant idioms that simply can’t be translated literally owl.li/IU6iC
  • Learn How to Map Your Big Data Identity owl.li/ITXZR
  • Chocolate Destinations Around the World to Drool Over owl.li/IU5QM
  • Ten Restaurants the Best Chefs Say Are Worth Traveling For owl.li/ITXTN
  • The New Yorker's unprecedented profile of "Jonathan Ive and the Future of Apple" is full of revealing insights. owl.li/JgCik
  • How Moore’s Law Made Google Possible owl.li/IU5Ly
  • A $34 Smartphone Gadget That Can Detect HIV in 15 Minutes owl.li/IU192
  • How Scams Worked In The 1800s owl.li/IWHzh
  • The man who brought us the lithium-ion battery at the age of 57 has an idea for a new one at 92 owl.li/ITuxx
  • If I die on Mars: meet the people on a mission to be first on the red planet ... and stay there owl.li/ITuna
  • The Rich and Flavorful History of Chocolate in Space owl.li/IQcGf
  • How Beats Tapped The Stories Of Sport To Sell The Emotion Of Sound owl.li/ISzqQ
  • 14 of the Best Architecture Photos From the Past Year owl.li/IQc8h
  • Spectacular Aerial Photos Of Las Vegas. It looks like circuitry. owl.li/ISzjm
  • The Moon Like You Have Never Seen It Before owl.li/IQc2l
  • Abra Cadabra! The science of how magicians influence decision-making owl.li/IQeh8
  • Darpa Is Developing a Search Engine for the Dark Web owl.li/IQdYQ
  • Neil Armstrong's widow finds artifacts from moonwalk in a closet owl.li/ITSI4
  • Unused London Metro Lines Converted into Bike Paths owl.li/IPsY8
  • 10 Of Frank Lloyd Wright's Greatest Buildings owl.li/IPhLJ
  • TED Playlist: Before public speaking… owl.li/IM0BZ
  • 'From Atoms to Bits': A Brilliant Visual History of American Ideas owl.li/INCT1
  • 12 Shapes You Didn’t Know Had Names owl.li/IM0uO
  • The 75 best-edited movies of all time owl.li/IM25x
  • Spanish Conquest of the Incas Caused Air Pollution to Spike owl.li/IM0rt
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Nominated for Unesco World Heritage Status owl.li/IM226
  • 18 companies driving the new space age owl.li/IQ3Rz
  • A new brain-scanning technique could change the way scientists think about human focus. owl.li/IM0Zs
  • The thirty best dance movies owl.li/IM0jx
  • Here's the Easiest Way to Find 'Waldo,' According to Science owl.li/ILZvS
  • Here’s how the BBC, disrupted by technology and new habits, is thinking about its future owl.li/IGZ3Y
  • Why Is The Dollar Sign A Letter S? owl.li/IKbiB
  • How Do We Really Know What Time it Is? owl.li/IGZ1l
  • Strangest Time Zones of the World from WonderWhy owl.li/IJ5O6
  • In A New Marketing World, The Product Is The Message owl.li/IGXEN
  • The Irreplaceable Virtues of Eating Alone owl.li/IJ5tU
  • How languages evolve - Alex Gendler owl.li/IM0n4
  • What if weather forecasts were uncannily accurate? New Satellite Network Aims to Improve Weather Forecasting owl.li/IHr1K
  • Didn’t Sleep Last Night? Here’s How to Survive the Workday. owl.li/IG607
  • How to Disagree (Without Being a Jerk) owl.li/IG5VG
  • William S. Burroughs' Home Movies, Featuring Patti Smith, Allen Ginsberg, Steve Buscemi & Cats owl.li/IFSN5
  • The Worst Stage of Burnout: “Brownout” owl.li/IG5T4
  • TED Playlist: The most popular talks of all time owl.li/IFSK2
  • Here is Your Official Permission to Be a Copycat owl.li/IG5Qa
  • 7 simple rules for mobile typography owl.li/IFtN8
  • The Best Work Cultures Use the #1 Problem-Solving Technique: Candor owl.li/IG5N5
  • Give a Better Reply Than “I’m Busy” owl.li/IG62Z
  • B.B. King Explains in an Animated Video Whether You Need to Endure Hardship to Play the Blues owl.li/IFSOr
  • Octothorpe: 99% Invisible owl.li/IFogZ
  • The juice bottle that brought down an art thief owl.li/IEPH9
  • ◉ Dancing Shadow Sculptures owl.li/IyDvp
  • How Star Wars Made $27 Billion owl.li/IEomj
  • Down the Wikipedia Rabbit Hole: The Game! owl.li/IEnLU
  • A Map Of Every Patent Steve Jobs Touched owl.li/IEokj
  • The high schooler who created a test for pancreatic cancer: A Q&A owl.li/IEnHT
  • ◉ Recommended: A History of the World in 100 Objects - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • MacArthur Honors 9 Nonprofits for Their Creativity owl.li/IEnRL
  • TED Playlist: How language changes over time owl.li/IFtnv
  • Hot Cocoa Mix Has the Same Stuff Your iPhone's Screen Is Made Of owl.li/IEnQX

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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