The Week's Links: May 29, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Do Touch The Artwork At Prado's Exhibit For The Blind owl.li/Nrplt
  • 5 Steps To Re-create Xerox PARC's Design Magic (From The Guy Who Helped Make It) owl.li/NrK7U
  • Robert Oppenheimer on Albert Einstein and the Bomb owl.li/Nrph2
  • 17 Words that Describe Themselves owl.li/NpQiA
  • Cover Story: Edward Gorey’s Best Book Jackets owl.li/NoXhj
  • What does leadership mean in the 21st century? owl.li/NoAHk
  • A Record-Setting Picasso: In today’s sky-high auction market, should artists be paid royalties? owl.li/NoXdw
  • Doesn't seem real: The Spectacular Seda Monastery owl.li/NoAvM
  • ◉ Tim Brown: The Career Choice Nobody Tells You About owl.li/NspN2
  • Six Books (and One Blog) Bill Gates Wants You to Read This Summer owl.li/NoBwd
  • Harvey Fineberg: How Could Technology Change The Way We Evolve? owl.li/NoAlI
  • F.C.C. Chief Seeks Broadband Plan to Aid the Poor - NYTimes.com owl.li/NyrsH
  • How to Say "No" Without Burning Bridges owl.li/NoBgO
  • Here's how a 353-gigapixel panorama is made owl.li/NpQkS
  • The new shape of fusion owl.li/NoB9d
  • How the Brain Can Be Fooled into Perceiving Movement owl.li/NoAbV
  • Top 10 New Species: Cartwheeling Spider, Psychedelic Sea Slug owl.li/Noq15
  • Why John Nash Matters owl.li/NontQ
  • This Artificial Intelligence Pioneer Has a Few Concerns owl.li/NopCB
  • Mary Meeker’s 2015 internet trends report: All the slides plus highlights owl.li/NvQFt
  • 4 Steps to Making an Overwhelming Decision Easy owl.li/Nonhu
  • Shakespeare Folio Discovered In France owl.li/Nspq0
  • Countries as Named in Their Own Languages owl.li/Nopuw
  • From Potter to Tartt to Ferrante. "Before there was binge-watching, there was binge-reading."  owl.li/NoncP
  • When Sleep and School Don't Mix owl.li/NoAgH
  • Creative Dam Curry is a Popular Dish Near Famous Dams in Japan owl.li/NoppU
  • A 3D Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's "Fallingwater" owl.li/NonwN
  • Apple’s design revolution goes way deeper than Jony Ive owl.li/NofSo
  • How to Get Over Getting Tired owl.li/NofLs
  • Saving coffee from extinction owl.li/No9O1
  • When Lego and Google Partner Online, Imagination Wins owl.li/Nofmp
  • What Makes Tattoos Permanent? owl.li/NnlmQ
  • ◉ The Great Brain Debate owl.li/Nspk2
  • The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/NsoJ4
  • College students are not customers owl.li/NoeKc
  • One Man's Lifelong Pursuit of Pluto is About to Get Real owl.li/NnlkP
  • How the Juilliard School is changing the way we hear early music owl.li/NoeEB
  • Adweek's Power List: The 100 Most Influential Leaders in Marketing, Media and Tech owl.li/NrpPj
  • Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity owl.li/Nog6i
  • Oliver Reichenstein: Structuring information owl.li/Noa6K
  • London’s Most Mysterious Mansion owl.li/Nn9FO
  • Inside The Mind That Built Google Brain: On Life, Creativity, And Failure owl.li/Nlxoh
  • Yasuni Park in Ecuador Has Biodiversity owl.li/NjlGX
  • The hard problem: Tom Stoppard on the limits of what science can explain owl.li/NlxiK
  •  How Pac-Man’s Ghosts Think & Hunt owl.li/NjlBr
  • The Next Big Thing In Algorithm-Driven Recommendation Services? Humans owl.li/Nlwz0
  • “What’s one thing you’ve learned at Harvard Business School that blew your mind?” owl.li/NjlyD
  • Can Netflix Make Your TV Smarter? owl.li/Nlwxt
  • How to Change Minds: Blaise Pascal on the Art of Persuasion owl.li/NnljX
  • This Is What Pac-Man‘s Creator Thinks 35 Years Later owl.li/NjSle
  • Terry Gross To Marc Maron: 'Life Is Harder Than Radio' owl.li/Njc09
  • How Eddie Van Halen Hacks a Guitar owl.li/NjbPe
  • We ask 5 people creating the future: so, what it will be like? owl.li/NiuNP
  • A map of all the underwater cables that connect the internet owl.li/NiHXy
  • Is There A Difference Between Liberal And Conservative Typography? owl.li/NhT7r
  • Consulting Giant McKinsey Buys Itself a Top Design Firm owl.li/NiHSo
  • Dante Turns Seven Hundred and Fifty - The New Yorker owl.li/NgclV
  • Rabbit hole: British Pathé – the largest archive of history on YouTube owl.li/Niz6x
  • Ten things you'll learn in your first year of business school owl.li/NjluI
  • How A Nieman Fellow Is Using Flash Drives--Yes, Flash Drives--To Change Cuban Media owl.li/Nixar
  • Hear a Knife Orchestra Play "Stayin' Alive" owl.li/NgcdJ
  • Humans Out-Play an AI at Texas Hold 'Em—For Now owl.li/NgccD
  • Machine-Learning Algorithm Mines Rap Lyrics, Then Writes Its Own owl.li/NfRNG
  • Bringing Species Back from the Dead owl.li/Ngc4X
  • Has a Finnish Company Found a Cure for Jet Lag? owl.li/NeQRf
  • The world’s largest particle accelerator just made history. Animations from TEDxCERN to help explain particle physics owl.li/Ngc0m
  • Elon Musk’s Space Dream Almost Killed Tesla owl.li/NeQ5p
  • Tales From an Era When Airlines Knew Good Design owl.li/NgcjC
  • Your Presentation Needs a Punch Line owl.li/Ng2dy
  •  How batteries work - Adam Jacobson owl.li/Ng2aJ
  • Why Do Humans Have Chins? owl.li/NePhs
  • ◉ Knowledge vs. Intelligence owl.li/N3FmS
  • Innovations that made expensive things cheap owl.li/NcOSv
  • Watch Sherlock Hound: Hayao Miyazaki's Animated, Steampunk Take on Sherlock Holmes owl.li/NdtWn
  • The Oldest Stone Tools Yet Discovered Are Unearthed in Kenya owl.li/NcNA0
  • Pac-Man Turns 35 Today. So Here, Have Some Nostalgia owl.li/NjdA0
  • The Year of the Very Long Novel owl.li/NcUXx
  • 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

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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