The Week's Links: May 1, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Lake Michigan is So Clear Right Now its Shipwrecks Are Visible From the Air http://owl.li/MeJ8T
  • 400 years after his death, Shakespeare's sonnets live on in your smartphone http://owl.li/MfqUp
  • Baudelaire, Balzac, Dumas, Delacroix & Hugo Get a Little Baked at Their Hash Club (1844-1849) owl.li/MfqS1
  • 7 Lessons in Storytelling, From Novelist, Screenwriter, And Filmmaker (Don't Call Him a Director) Alex Garland owl.li/MmarH
  • This journey was nearly 4 billion miles — and took 10 years owl.li/Mf334
  • How To Read The Mind Of A Supreme Court Justice, using algorithms owl.li/MeIzi
  • ◉ Working Podcast: The “How Does Stephen Colbert Work?” Edition owl.li/MaJVm
  • How The NY Times Is Sparking the VR Journalism Revolution owl.li/Medzm
  • Why can’t we read anymore? owl.li/MefGB
  • Location Is Your Most Critical Data, and Everyone's Watching owl.li/Mbv75
  • Could your brain repair itself? owl.li/MeewG
  • When Google is your librarian and Starbucks your WiFi, do we still need public libraries? owl.li/Mbkf1
  • What It Takes To Change Your Brain's Patterns After Age 25 owl.li/Mee3k
  • The Untold Story of Silk Road owl.li/MeIMj
  • The Rise and Fall of the Hotel Mini-Bar owl.li/MedJM
  • Terrifying 1906 Illustrations of H. G. Wells’ ‘The War of the Worlds’ owl.li/Mba9N
  • ◉ Walter Mischel, The Marshallow Test, and Self-Control owl.li/MaJCC
  • A Hiker Filming a Scenic Vista in Chile Captures the Moment Chile’s Calbuco Volcano Erupts owl.li/M8yrc
  • Turning Shakespeare's sonnets into short films owl.li/M8y7w
  • 6 of the Most Essential but Underused Camera Features owl.li/M8ynN
  • ◉ The School of Life: Nigella Lawson on Food and Philosophy - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/4/29…
  • Art exhibit lets vision-impaired visitors touch masterpieces at Madrid museum owl.li/M8y0e
  • The Oldest Known Footage of London (1890-1920) Shows the City's Great Landmarks owl.li/M8yhe
  • Fascinating Photos Take You Behind the Scenes of Hubble owl.li/M5gYi
  • Content in Context is King by Derek Featherstone – An Event Apart Video owl.li/M8yf5
  • Martin Scorsese Introduces Filmmaker Hong Sangsoo, "The Woody Allen of Korea" owl.li/M8ycz
  • 14 design podcasts to put in your ears owl.li/M50Ig
  • Silence in the Workplace owl.li/M50oO
  • ◉ Jordan "DJ Earworm" Roseman: Music from the Crowd owl.li/MaJt5
  • Inside the Hellscape Where Our Computers Go to Die owl.li/M2cLe
  • This Month in Typography — I Love Typography owl.li/M508c
  • ◉ All In a Word: 100 Delightful Excursions into the Uses and Abuses of Words - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • 101 Amazing Facts Everyone Should Know owl.li/M2cmL
  • Inside the world’s best kindergarten owl.li/M4JEE
  • The FBI faked an entire field of forensic science. owl.li/M2bJl
  • The History of Emojis, or Why That Brand Just Winked at You owl.li/M50XN
  • Experience: I am Big Bird owl.li/M4DOr
  • San Francisco Symphony Targets Younger Fans with Nightclub Events owl.li/M4DHt
  • A Brief History of the Ways Companies Compete owl.li/M1ZvM
  • ◉ Steven Pinker On Bad And Good Writing owl.li/MaJe2
  • Inside the surprisingly dark world of Rube Goldberg machines owl.li/M1YCR
  • Homeless Millennials Are Transforming Hobo Culture owl.li/LYSJp
  • If You’re Not Learning Something New, It’s Time to Move On owl.li/M1W54
  • ◉ Where the Suckers Moon: The Life and Death of an Advertising Campaign - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Janet Collins: The 1st black prima ballerina at the Metropolitan Opera owl.li/LYSoT
  • Tesla Isn't an Automaker. It's a Battery Company owl.li/M1wdB
  • The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/MbuVf
  • ◉ On digital luxury and digital intimacy, Jony Ive and Marc Newson with Suzy Menkes - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/4/27…
  • A Ballet Dancer, Offstage, With a Camera owl.li/LYS0X
  • The Best Teams Act Like Musicians owl.li/M24Kw
  • Unforgettable Hubble Space Telescope Photos owl.li/M1mjt
  • The Unbelievable Power of Amazon Web Services, it runs Netflix, Instagram, and thousands of other services owl.li/M1g9s
  • Love Your Company. owl.li/LYh4t
  • Want To See A Sliver Of What Google Knows About You? owl.li/LYf4r
  • How Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO Affect Pictures Shown in a Chart owl.li/LVIx1
  • How Legendary Illustrator Maira Kalman Stays Creative owl.li/LY22J
  • Kermit the Frog Has a Real Life Long-Lost Brother owl.li/LVEwS
  • WIRED's Next List for 2015 owl.li/LVJQ8
  • The Big Question: Why Does Hair Grow in Some Places But Not Others? owl.li/LVDFi
  • Chimpanzees granted 'legal persons' status to defend their rights in court owl.li/LVJtS
  • Best American Poetry Books of the 2010s owl.li/LYQE6
  • A whole lot of ick: Darth Vader Mask Made of Bugs Is Terrifying and Gorgeous owl.li/LVIF2
  • Dear Data: Two women who switched continents get to know each other through the data they draw owl.li/LV9es
  • Habits Are Decisions You Only Need to Make Once owl.li/LV8ZI
  • Nice Downtowns: How Did They Get That Way? owl.li/LV130
  • I Visited the Tate Museum (in Minecraft) owl.li/LV3Kp
  • What 'Food Porn' Does to the Brain. What's the psychological appeal of looking at food that can't be tasted? owl.li/LV0TR
  • 11 images that capture the incredible vastness of space owl.li/LV3p0
  • The science behind how our brains process movies  owl.li/LUXPo
  • The Big Question: Why Does Hair Grow in Some Places But Not Others? owl.li/LVDiw
  • Surely you can’t be serious: An oral history of Airplane! owl.li/LV2zO
  • How Do Trees Know When It's Spring? A Horticulturalist Explains The Science Behind Seasonal Blooming. owl.li/LV1cT
  • Typewolf → A Comprehensive Guide to Smart Quotes, Dashes & Other Typographic Characters owl.li/LURbT
  • ◉ The Alarming New Research on Perfectionism owl.li/LVBFj
  • Amazing Software Turns Paper Into Computers owl.li/LUQQI
  • Love this tumblr: Library of Type Specimens owl.li/LUvK2
  • Instagram Becomes A Choose-Your-Own Adventure For The Toronto Silent Film Festival owl.li/LUNuK
  • Dutch Homes Get Free Heating If They Agree To Host A Computer Server owl.li/LSmiB
  • Mobilegeddon Checklist: How To Prepare For This Week's Google Mobile Friendly Update owl.li/LUMe0
  • The Future Of Museums Is Reaching Way Beyond Their Walls owl.li/LSme3
  • The state of storytelling in the internet age owl.li/LUSit
  • Astronomers discover largest known structure in the universe is ... a big hole owl.li/LULK7
  • 8 Habits of Curious People owl.li/LUJta

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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