The Week's Links: March 6, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Take a step forward: Netflix and online video http://owl.li/JJD95
  • Beautiful: Shot on iPhone 6 - World Gallery http://owl.li/JNhaT
  • How the Photocopier Changed the Way We Worked—and Played http://owl.li/JPwiq
  • What It’s Like to Need Hardly Any Sleep http://owl.li/JNwlV
  • How Google's Silence Helped Net Neutrality Win http://owl.li/JJDsR
  • NASA Upgrades Giant Rocket-Carrying Vehicle owl.li/JJCMi
  • ◉ Joi Ito: Want to innovate? Deploy or die. owl.li/JQkmQ
  • The End of the Big Mac owl.li/JJCc9
  • Astronomers Discover A Supermassive Black Hole Dating To Cosmic Dawn owl.li/JJCDG
  • New Fabric Tech Could Be Outerwear's Biggest Advance in 40 Years owl.li/JJC6o
  • How ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ Got Its Name owl.li/JJCxT
  • All the Colors in That Dress Go Back to the Same Etymological Source owl.li/JJAsJ
  • This Infographic Explains Mobile Advertising Viewability owl.li/JJCvb
  • TED Playlist: Talks to get you through your quarter-life crisis owl.li/JJCqu
  • You Don’t Have to Be the Boss to Change How Your Company Works owl.li/JJDpx
  • The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies Backed By Kickstarter In 2015 owl.li/JHtA1
  • Police Arrest Brothers Who Sold a Fake Goya ... and Were Paid with Fake Cash owl.li/JHtrZ
  • ◉ Being Digital: Nicholas Negroponte: A 30-year history of the future owl.li/JQkg4
  • New York City Ballet Applies a Surreal Touch to Build Audiences owl.li/JHt1F
  • The man who made Monet: how impressionism was saved from obscurity owl.li/JHtjs
  • The 2015 Sony World Photography Awards owl.li/JHsE3
  • What Amadeus gets wrong owl.li/JHtf9
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/JVPNS
  • Next Stop Atlantic: How Old New York Subway Cars Became Artificial Reefs owl.li/JHsxB
  • The Game Has Changed: Nonprofits Now Compete with For-Profits (DATA) owl.li/JHtb1
  • Bill Gates on The Verge: Can we eradicate some of the world's worst diseases by 2030? owl.li/JHtEL
  • How dancers learn their steps: music, muscle memory and mystery owl.li/JHt63
  • Centuries Before Memes, There Were The LOLCats Of Japanese Woodprints owl.li/JHprK
  • How Google’s Crazy Stratospheric Internet Balloons Matured Into a Technology That Could Bring Billions More People Online...
  • ◉ Nick Crocker: Thirty Things I've Learned owl.li/JQk7w
  • Archaeologists unearth remarkably intact Roman tombstone under parking lot in England owl.li/JGzjE
  • Google Search Algorithm Adds Mobile-Friendly Factors & App Indexing To Ranking owl.li/JH6XP
  • The Graphics Were the Best Part of the Oscars owl.li/JErGJ
  • Shakespeare's First Folio to Get 50-State Tour owl.li/JH1Za
  • The $19-billion question: Is Snapchat the new television? owl.li/JErlm
  • New Research Shows We're All Bad Listeners Who Think We Work Too Much owl.li/JGLvY
  • The Amazing Junk Stackers of Palermo owl.li/JHstL
  • How To Design The World's Biggest Airport Terminal owl.li/JGCMe
  • Adobe and Fast Company have partnered to develop a new set of tools for digital storytelling. owl.li/JEr7F
  • Spark's Scott Hess Explains How the Under-14 Crowd Will Remake Media owl.li/JElDK
  • ◉ Angela Ahrendts: Starting Anew owl.li/JQjXA
  • Why 40-Year-Old Tech Is Still Running America's Air Traffic Control owl.li/JEjhc
  • The Mathematics Behind Getting All That Damned Snow Off Your Street owl.li/JEl9b
  • Steven Pinker’s Mind Games owl.li/JEiIg
  • Watch a stunning blue sunset -- on Mars owl.li/JEkC1
  • Artificial intelligence program teaches itself to play Atari games -- and it can beat your high score owl.li/JEi4J
  • The First Selfie in Space and More Stellar Vintage NASA Photos owl.li/JEjGA
  • The unexpected math behind Van Gogh's "Starry Night" - Natalya St. Clair owl.li/JEjjX
  • The age of the super-subscriber owl.li/JErhR
  • A Playlist of 172 Songs from Wes Anderson Soundtracks: From Bottle Rocket to The Grand Budapest Hotel owl.li/JDZRN
  • A Story That Could Only Be Told Online owl.li/JDX70
  • Maria Rodale’s 10 Ideas That Could Rock the Magazine World owl.li/JBJ6I
  • The near and far future of libraries owl.li/JDTdA
  • 15 Epic Photos of Buildings You'll Never Be Allowed to Enter owl.li/JBaJL
  • Rent-a-Wright: High Architecture That Anyone Can Enjoy (for a Price) owl.li/JDRyx
  • Anything’s Possible: The Wild Imagination of Ennio Morricone owl.li/JBaEQ
  • Americans Think Geniuses Are Men: Inside Our Contradictory Attitudes On Brilliance owl.li/JDMGs
  • What Star Wars Characters Are Called in French owl.li/JDwwh
  • Meta-design: The intersection of art, design, and computation owl.li/JE1g1
  • This Is Your Brain On Cheesesteak owl.li/JBacN
  • Ballet Shoes Perfectly Preserved In Block Of Ice owl.li/JB9Xo
  • How dancers learn their steps: music, muscle memory and mystery owl.li/JB7xu
  • Snowden: Spy Agencies 'Screwed All of Us' in Hacking Crypto Keys owl.li/JB9S4
  • On meta-design and algorithmic design systems owl.li/JAV15
  • How Smartphones Hurt Sleep owl.li/JB9xW
  • Use the 52/17 Rule to Maximize Productivity owl.li/JATJY
  • A 'SWARM' of LEDs Immerses a Dancer in Light owl.li/JB7M8
  • ‘Recently Rejected’, A Blog Featuring Unpublished & Unseen Work By Creatives owl.li/JBayc
  • The Five Elements of Dance owl.li/JB7ED
  • Richard Branson: The Importance Of Taking Notes owl.li/JAe7R
  • Inside Adobe’s Innovation Kit owl.li/JAdgi
  • ◉ A Dance Interlude owl.li/JwLNJ
  • 25 Writers on Fashion, Clothing, and Style owl.li/JAc5b
  • Oscars Graphics: The Creative Team Behind Those Stylish Introductions owl.li/JzlOW
  • Ricky Gervais: The Difference Between American and British Humour owl.li/JAbol
  • Learning to Like Spicier Food owl.li/JzlG2
  • This Guy Composed an Entire Album Using Playing Cards owl.li/Jzmcd
  • How Paul Rand Pioneered The Era Of Design-Led Business owl.li/JAej9
  • Alexandra Byrne Told Us What It Was Like to Make Costumes for Marvel's Biggest Movies owl.li/Jzm9r

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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