The Week's Links: March 13, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • The Financial Times interviews Jony Ive: The man behind the Apple Watch owl.li/K1wGw
  • Coke Experiments With New Universal Branding owl.li/K1Uda
  • The Intersection of Art and Math . Activities for Kids: Adventures In Learning owl.li/K3H4d
  • Is 10 p.m. Really the Perfect Bedtime? owl.li/K1U68
  • NASA Research Suggests Mars Once Had More Water than Earth’s Arctic Ocean owl.li/K1wl1
  • This is brilliant: Highlighting an invisible conversation between hip hop and art before the 16th century owl.li/K1wfT
  • ◉ Can you relate? owl.li/K3KEY
  • Student’s Faucet Design Saves Water By Swirling It Into Beautiful Patterns owl.li/K1nRM
  • Why Does Q (Almost) Always Go With a U? owl.li/K1vO6
  • NASA Probe Reaches Orbit Around Dwarf Planet owl.li/K1na4
  • The View From the End of the Great Wall of China owl.li/K1vJw
  • Terry Pratchett, author of the Discworld series, dies aged 66 owl.li/KfBgg
  • The Best Of MoMA Curator Paola Antonelli’s Reddit AMA owl.li/JZsg0
  • Can’t focus? Maybe you’re a creative genius. owl.li/K1oXs
  • Physicists Finally See Light as a Particle and a Wave at the Same Time owl.li/K1wnW
  • MIT Inventors Turn Power Cords Into Gadget Interfaces owl.li/K1nXl
  • Why Our Brains Love High Ceilings owl.li/JYhCv
  • Live From Pentagram, It's Saturday Night Live: The Book! owl.li/JYfwJ
  • ◉ Vint Cerf Explains The Internet's Address Book owl.li/K3KDG
  • A Guide to Easy Cybersecurity for Journalists owl.li/JW4bN
  • What The Hell Do Sound Mixers Do? owl.li/JWioN
  • Hunters Find a Frozen 10,000-Year-Old Baby Woolly Rhino owl.li/JW3Pd
  • Scientific Curiosity Kept Our Ancestors Alive, with Bill Nye owl.li/JW7oz
  • Composing for Hollywood owl.li/JW2RG
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/KcJID
  • Big Think: The 2015 Exponential Leaders List owl.li/JW510
  • Genius Who Built A Nuclear Fusion Reactor At 17 Takes On The Payments Industry owl.li/JW4i4
  • How To Make Sundays Suck Less owl.li/JYMLk
  • Music Lessons Were the Best Thing Your Parents Ever Did for You owl.li/JVPtO
  • ◉ Barcelona: Beautiful Timelapse Short Film owl.li/K3KCh
  • It’s Back! The LHC Prepares for Round Two - The Nature of Reality owl.li/JVOCU
  • First HBO Now: Game of Thrones' fifth season will air simultaneously worldwide each week. TV biz shifting right there owl.li/KaCWA
  • 8 Tips For Creating Great Stories From George R.R. Martin, Junot Diaz, And Other Top Storytellers owl.li/JVPrp
  • Marvel Will Unlock Its New Avengers Trailer Once Enough Fans Have Tweeted About It owl.li/JVOtK
  • The Secret History Of Knock-Knock Jokes owl.li/JVPlo
  • The basics of the Higgs boson - Dave Barney and Steve Goldfarb owl.li/JVOpF
  • The East India Company: The original corporate raiders owl.li/JVP0T
  • TED Playlist: The funniest TED Talks owl.li/JVOK8
  • Ivy League For Free: What One Man Learned By Crashing Elite Colleges For 4 Years owl.li/JW2za
  • AP will use software to write NCAA game stories owl.li/JVxzG
  • Stop Having One-Hour Meetings owl.li/JVxdt
  • ◉ The Creative Influence: Michael Bierut owl.li/K3KAK
  • 25 Predictions For What Marketing Will Look Like In 2020 owl.li/JVpqJ
  • Your “Just For Fun” Projects Are What Set You Apart owl.li/JVx5c
  • Chilean Volcano Spews a Spectacular Lava Fountain owl.li/JUETI
  • ◉ Recommended: Hello World: Where Design Meets Life - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • The 3-Minute Solution to Procrastination owl.li/JVwUe
  • Building a Better Train to Brooklyn owl.li/JSXR7
  • ◉ Umbrella Cam's View of Wintry New York - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/3/8/…
  • 7 Ways to Capture Someone’s Attention owl.li/JVse6
  • 15 political clichés journalists should avoid owl.li/JVAVg
  • 7.3 Billion People, One Building owl.li/JVrKs
  • In London, A Secret Underground Bar Hidden In A Train Carriage owl.li/JQ2G2
  • Accompanists: the unsung heroes of music owl.li/JQ1IP
  • IBM creates automated test to check accessibility features of mobile apps owl.li/JSVUU
  • How Curriculum Innovation Works (and Doesn’t) owl.li/JPZoa
  • 5 Trends Shaping The Future Of Architecture owl.li/JSTVA
  • What's the healthiest way to keep everyone caffeinated? owl.li/JQvCR
  • Why Stencil Typography Is Here To Stay owl.li/JSTS4
  • 13 TED Talks from Nobel Prize winners owl.li/JSGqS
  • The Plot to Free North Korea With Smuggled Episodes of 'Friends' owl.li/JQuHc
  • Are humans getting cleverer? owl.li/JQtQJ
  • Amazing: The Algorithmic Sea owl.li/JPRja
  • The Official Nintendo Style Guide From 1993 owl.li/JPR85
  • NASA satellites show rain in detail like never before owl.li/JPOSS
  • The Beautiful Canadian Rockies Shine in the Photography of Chris Burkard owl.li/JPQUZ
  • Marissa Mayer Has Completed Step One owl.li/JPHiC
  • Why Aren't There B Batteries? owl.li/JPQQm
  • Who Killed Tony the Tiger? owl.li/JPxxI
  • What It’s Like to Need Hardly Any Sleep owl.li/JPPOv
  • Fascinating Literary Rumors owl.li/JPZgi
  • In the End, People May Really Just Want to Date Themselves owl.li/JPP9T
  • The Last of the Typewriter Men: A dynasty of repairmen is keeping the world’s typewriters from going obsolete owl.li/JPw9f
  • On the 20th Anniversary – The History of Yahoo’s Founding owl.li/JPu6p
  • ◉ Tony Schwartz: To Solve Big Problems, Change Your Process owl.li/JQksx
  • London's Fantastical Competition to Build Another Iconic Bridge owl.li/JJDBP
  • Can I make my brain as plastic as a child’s? owl.li/JOpYX
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Heist: 25 Years of Theories owl.li/JJDwj
  • Documentarian Albert Maysles Has Died at Age 88 owl.li/K1xWI
  • Victor Hugo Also Created Dramatic Pen and Ink Drawings owl.li/JNCic
  • Brilliant Work: Salvation Army Turns #TheDress Into a Powerful Domestic Violence Ad owl.li/K1pnq
  • How Google's Silence Helped Net Neutrality Win owl.li/JJDsR
  • What It’s Like to Need Hardly Any Sleep owl.li/JNwlV
  • How the Photocopier Changed the Way We Worked—and Played owl.li/JPwiq
  • Beautiful: Shot on iPhone 6 - World Gallery owl.li/JNhaT

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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