The Week's Links: May 8, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Penny Black: the turbulent history of the short-lived stamp http://owl.li/MyWhw
  • The World's Loneliest ATM is in Antarctica http://owl.li/MyS5K
  • Inside the Inflatable Hospital That's Saving Lives in Nepal owl.li/MyW1T
  • Mark Twain stories, 150 years old, uncovered by Berkeley scholars owl.li/MyS13
  • Stunning Total Solar Eclipse Observed Over the Arctic owl.li/My7hA
  • ◉ Paris / New York owl.li/MvasS
  • David Ogilvy Outlines His Weaknesses in This 1970s-Era Memo owl.li/My1ZV
  • How the NSA Converts Spoken Words Into Searchable Text owl.li/My773
  • How Dentsu Climbed to the Top owl.li/My1Jv
  • ◉ Damn Good Advice (For People with Talent!) - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • How Ideo Redesigned Monday to Be Less Awful owl.li/My4EH
  • The Location of This Book's Story Changes, Depending on Where You're Reading It owl.li/My1wq
  • Inside the School Silicon Valley Thinks Will Save Education owl.li/My33y
  • Breaking News: Federal Court Rules NSA Bulk Data Collection Illegal owl.li/MEj8Z
  • Some icons are verbs, some icons are nouns: Getting fluent at the language of iconography owl.li/My2Sp
  • Better than GPS: a history of cartography in 12 amazing maps owl.li/Mvmgs
  • ◉ How Facebook Is Changing the Way Its Users Consume Journalism owl.li/Mvang
  • Artist Turns Spider Webs Into Haunting Sculptures owl.li/Mv937
  • The World’s Weirdest Library owl.li/MuWrv
  • Should some plays be seen and not read? owl.li/Mv1yg
  • ◉ The Story of Art - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • How To Make Your Kids Smarter: 10 Steps Backed By Science owl.li/MuW1w
  • The iPhone's Slo-Mo Video Has Become a Dancer's Best Friend owl.li/Mv0SG
  • This Idea Must Die: A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast owl.li/MuV2X
  • Tracking the Evolving Brain of the Young Musician owl.li/Mv0yo
  • 17 Things We Know About Forgiveness owl.li/MuXxC
  • "Mad Men" Creator Matthew Weiner's Reassuring Life Advice For Struggling Artists owl.li/MuPK0
  • Presidential doodles owl.li/MuPBE
  • ◉ Oliver Burkeman: The Negative Path to Happiness and Success owl.li/Mvagc
  • Artist Turns Spider Webs Into Haunting Sculptures owl.li/MsyOL
  • A Field Guide to the American Sandwich owl.li/MuBRT
  • ◉ A History of the World in 100 Objects - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Winners of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards owl.li/MsfEz
  • The Man Who Makes the World’s Funniest People Even Funnier owl.li/MuBHt
  • Council Set to Create a Cultural Plan for New York City owl.li/Msdvh
  • The Time A Newspaper Stared Down The Country's Largest Advertiser owl.li/MuTDi
  • Getting Vaccinated Will Soon Be As Easy As Putting On A Band-Aid owl.li/Muvny
  • A Short History of Love- The Book of Life owl.li/Mu61M
  • Le Corbusier, the man, the modernist legend owl.li/Msdrj
  • Shakespeare's Globe confirms new artistic director owl.li/Msdpq
  • ◉ Sleep is More Important than Food owl.li/Mv9LC
  • 5 Key Ingredients for a Great Motion Design owl.li/MsaK7
  • TV Producer Brian Grazer on How to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone owl.li/Msddw
  • ◉ The Telling Room: A Tale of Love, Betrayal, Revenge, and the World's Greatest Piece of Cheese - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • While You Were Offline: Don't Let Robots Guess Your Age owl.li/Msax4
  • The Greatest Dance Number Ever Filmed owl.li/MscPD
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week April 27 - May 1, 2015 owl.li/MuuIF
  • Writing collaborations: "The creative process ... was slightly disastrous." owl.li/MrQNm
  • Infographic: The Fascinating Evolution Of Car Brand Logos owl.li/MscNT
  • Oliver Sacks, Before the Neurologist’s Cancer and New York Times Op-Ed owl.li/Msdtu
  • Why the Best Designers Don't Specialize in Any One Thing owl.li/MsaRq
  • Why the Arts Are Key to Dementia Care owl.li/MrQtz
  • Watch a Supercut Tribute to Spike Jonze's Stunning Cinematography owl.li/Mp0J2
  • Elon Musk's Grand Plan to Power the World With Batteries owl.li/MoVho
  • Terrible: House Science Committee guts NASA Earth sciences budget owl.li/Mp0Gw
  • The Weird, Wild World of Micro-Nations Where Anybody Can Be King owl.li/MoUZD
  • This Art Is Cool: Imagining a Dystopian Sweden Full of Robots and Dinosaurs owl.li/Mp0CC
  • Twilight of One-Hour Photo, America’s Fastest-Fading Business owl.li/MoUQz
  • 15 Things You Might Not Know About 'A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte' owl.li/Mp0z1
  • Silicon Valley Then and Now: To Invent the Future, You Must Understand the Past owl.li/MrQql
  • Hahaha vs. Hehehe owl.li/MoWGd
  • 'World's best teacher' does not believe in tests and quizzes owl.li/MmnUg
  • Breathtakingly Detailed Large-Format Photographs of Opera Houses Around the World owl.li/MmnTi
  • 5 Seriously Dumb Myths About Copyright the Media Should Stop Repeating owl.li/MmefS
  • ‘Dutch Skies’, A Gorgeous Time-Lapse of the Varying Landscapes of the Dutch Countryside owl.li/MmnSf
  • How Chewing Gum Prevents Songs From Getting Stuck in Your Head owl.li/Mme8J
  • ‘Drone Aviary’, A Short Film That Explores the Idea of Drones as Protagonists owl.li/MmnPf
  • Reclaiming the Power of Play owl.li/Mme4R
  • 5 Things App Designers Could Learn From Walt Disney owl.li/MmfEu
  • For a Healthy Heart, You May Have to Eat More Cheese owl.li/MmnXZ
  • Top 200 Art Collectors 2015 Part One -- artnet News owl.li/Mmeqx
  • What I Almost Called My Play- Writers on the Titles They Didn’t Use owl.li/Mi4eZ
  • ◉ Sleep is More Important than Food owl.li/MaK6A
  • 8 Psychological Tricks of Restaurant Menus owl.li/MeLc0
  • ▶ Why neutrinos matter - Sílvia Bravo Gallart owl.li/MfwiU
  • Chemical Attraction: Why Mosquitos Zone In On Some People, But Not Others owl.li/MeKpU
  • 400 years after his death, Shakespeare's sonnets live on in your smartphone owl.li/MfqUp
  • Lake Michigan is So Clear Right Now its Shipwrecks Are Visible From the Air owl.li/MeJ8T
  • 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

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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