The Week's Links: May 22, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Anti-NSA Pranksters Planted Tape Recorders Across New York and Published Your Conversations owl.li/NcNd4
  • 'Lost' My Fair Lady songs to be performed after 60 years owl.li/NcUT6
  • All the Feels: the Morphology of Reaction Gifs owl.li/NePEt
  • This is the little book Facebook gives to its new employees owl.li/NcOZr
  • Your New Favorite Tumblr Shows What Mad Men Would Be Like in the Digital Age owl.li/NcISU
  • ◉ The Knowledge, London’s Legendary Taxi-Driver Test, Puts Up a Fight in the Age of GPS owl.li/N3Fix
  • This Is Why You’re Terrible With Names owl.li/NcaaU
  • YouTube Contest Celebrates 10 Years of YouTube Ads owl.li/Nci3k
  • New study reveals reading levels behind music lyrics owl.li/Nca6i
  • Understand the 4 Components of Influence owl.li/NcaGa
  • William Shakespeare: Experts 'deeply unconvinced' by claims that earliest portrait of the Bard has been discovered owl.li/Nca0V
  • How we designed the iTunes of journalism — On Blendle owl.li/NcaBm
  • Amazing: A time lapse of the first three weeks of a bee's life, from egg to adult, in only 60 seconds. owl.li/NcIWS
  • Passion and Progression: The Evolution of Interaction Design owl.li/Ncast
  • Inside A Secret Basement Powering The New York Subway's Pioneering Wireless Network owl.li/Nc8bD
  • ◉ When It Comes to Making Choices, Ignorance Really Can Be Bliss owl.li/N3F85
  • Nielsen Explains How It’s Adapting to the Rise of Online Video owl.li/N8LDb
  • A New Life For The Postal Service owl.li/Nc7yO
  • Malcolm Gladwell on the Surprising Upsides of Being a Loser owl.li/NcNsT
  • Three Questions for Twitter (and now Super) Cofounder Biz Stone owl.li/N8Lzt
  • Atelier Dom Pérignon: An Educational Tour Through Champagne’s House owl.li/NbW3J
  • Amar Ramasar’s Unlikely Path to Becoming a Prince for City Ballet - NYTimes.comowl.li/Nc9zg
  • Errol Morris: How Typography Shapes Our Perception Of Truth owl.li/N8Loa
  • Winners of IBM Watson's First-Ever Hackathon Revealed owl.li/NbVLg
  • The Untold Story of ILM, a Titan That Forever Changed Film owl.li/N9MsZ
  • Morning People Vs. Night Owls: 9 Insights Backed By Science owl.li/N8KID
  • ◉ Apple’s Jonathan Ive in Conversation with Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter owl.li/N3EYk
  • Google’s Built From Scratch Autonomous Cars to Test on Public Roads owl.li/N0Axo
  • The only technique to learn something new owl.li/N3Ize
  • Top Five Fresh (or Refreshed) Ideas for the Concert Hall owl.li/N07be
  • The Motherboard Inside Your Brain owl.li/N3rpK
  • 10 Writing Tips from Legendary Writing Teacher William Zinsser, May He Rest in Peace owl.li/N03Gm
  • We’re Losing Our Words For Outdoors Things As We Use More Words For Indoors Things owl.li/N2hDH
  • A Stunning New Journal By One Of The World's Top Data Viz Studios owl.li/N8L5e
  • First Warm-Blooded Fish Discovered owl.li/N0ALt
  • David Hockney: ‘Just because I’m cheeky, doesn’t mean I’m not serious’ owl.li/N01HP
  • Pizza-Ordering Emoji, Synthetic Humans: The Top 5 Ads Of The Week owl.li/MZHRY
  • ◉ James Victore and Ben Barry: How to Build Your Own Career owl.li/N3ENR
  • How Google’s Top Minds Decide What to Forget owl.li/MUKKu
  • Interactive Mad Men Retrospective Lets You Relive the Show's Finest Moments owl.li/MYhPu
  • Can you identify these classic books by their covers? owl.li/MUsmJ
  • The Untold Story of Silk Road, Part 2: The Fall owl.li/MYhEi
  • Telepresence robots let bedridden art lovers explore museums remotely owl.li/MUqG0
  • Mad Men is About People Working in an Office. Black Mirror Is About Advertising owl.li/MXRlv
  • Gay Talese on his love for paper, collage, and his address book. owl.li/N03jR
  • Roman Mars: Why city flags may be the worst-designed thing you've never noticed owl.li/MXRa6
  • 11 of the Richest People in History owl.li/MUqlZ
  • Podcasting's Ubiquitous Advertisers: Why Every Show Is Brought to You by Squarespace owl.li/MUq29
  • 10 research tips for finding online answers owl.li/MUeFM
  • We Spoke To The Illustrator Behind These Incredible Sci-Fi Architecture Mashups owl.li/MUpSg
  • Instant Articles will allow Facebook to own the publishing industry without ever buying it. owl.li/MUeyW
  • Powerful Genetic Engineering Technique Could Modify Entire Wild Populations owl.li/MUlhW
  • Spectacular Aerial Footage of Buenos Aires Shot From a Drone owl.li/MUbsq
  • How poetry can help us say the unsayable owl.li/MUjKo
  • 7 Questions For The Guy Who Designed Minority Report's Futuristic UIs owl.li/MUquY
  • 15 Things You Might Not Know About 'Nighthawks' owl.li/MUjGB
  • How the Brain Can Be Fooled Into Perceiving Movement owl.li/MS6zM
  • Mediterranean Diet with Olive Oil, Nuts Linked to Healthier Brain owl.li/MS6tl
  • Narita airport launches short tours for layover passengers owl.li/MRDTN
  • Sound Advice: The Value and Power of Sound Design owl.li/MS1xj
  • London: The Next Great Tech And Design City? owl.li/MRq8k
  • America's Lacking Language Skills owl.li/MRFXJ
  • Elon Musk: The World's Raddest Man owl.li/MRoZZ
  • Fast Company takes a look at PBS Digital Studios. owl.li/MU7vZ
  • How Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat plan to take over online news. owl.li/MRFPy
  • NPR One player: Phase Two of NPR's plan to become the Pandora of news. owl.li/MRFG8
  • What Is Vocal Fry? owl.li/MRoEs
  • ◉ The Psychological Comforts of Storytelling owl.li/MNYvQ
  • China's Massive Smartphone Market Is Finally Slowing Down owl.li/MRiV8
  • YouTube's Plans for 10 More Years of Video Domination owl.li/MRmhh
  • How Our Minds Mislead Us: The Marvels and Flaws of Our Intuition owl.li/MRiPq
  • How Katharine Hepburn Became a Fashion Icon owl.li/MRjLw
  • These Disney•Pixar Palettes are the Most Aesthetically Pleasing Things You’ll See All Day owl.li/MRiJ4
  • Stripe's Bold Bid to Make Money as Easy to Send as Email owl.li/MRjhq
  • Carl Schoonover: How to look inside the brain owl.li/MRoJ5
  • Water: the weirdest liquid on the planet owl.li/MRj7S

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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