The Week's Links: June 5, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Where the Digital Economy Is Moving the Fastest owl.li/NMBsR
  • Tired of Waiting for U.S. to Act, States Pass Crowdfunding Laws and Rules owl.li/NPR3p
  • The quest to save today’s gaming history from being lost forever owl.li/NP43A
  • Your Creative Calendar: 91 Things To Do, See, And Hear This June owl.li/NVdlB
  • Crawling, breathing, invasive fish a 'major disaster' if it reaches Australia owl.li/NMV6c
  • Hard to believe it's hand-drawn: Sergio Pablos Talks About His Stunning Hand-Drawn Project ‘Klaus’ owl.li/NM986
  • ◉ ROYGBIV: A Pixar Supercut owl.li/NJ9CA
  • How Is Critical 'Life or Death' Software Tested? owl.li/NJUlI
  • Psychedelic Videos Capture Coral in Motion (Yes, Coral) owl.li/NM6M9
  • The US Tried to Stuxnet North Korea's Nuclear Program owl.li/NJi1X
  • Photographer Captures the Beauty and Diversity of Australian Fungi owl.li/NM6GM
  • ◉ Sophie Scott: Why we laugh - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/4/…
  • The Key to Better Sleep in Space? Some Nice, Colorful Light owl.li/NJhPD
  • Rejected ‘The Shining’ Poster Designs From Saul Bass, With Stanley Kubrick’s Notes owl.li/NM9gZ
  • The Unlikely Story of Microsoft's Surprise Minecraft Buyout owl.li/NM3vg
  • The Best Soundtrack for Productivity owl.li/NM2Po
  • BuzzFeed Style Guide: 6 Things the Rules Tell Us About Language owl.li/NJeUk
  • The World's Coming Broadband Divide owl.li/NJ1UW
  • ◉ #Octothorpe - A Symbolistic Journey owl.li/NJ9nm
  • Watch Alfred Hitchcock Make Cameo Appearances in 37 of His Films (Plus Free Hitchcock Films Online) owl.li/NIA7p
  • What Was Life Like for a Girl in the Bronze Age? owl.li/NIMFU
  • Virtual Eyes Train Deep Learning Algorithm to Recognize Gaze Direction. Computers teaching computers. owl.li/NIten
  • The Netherlands Brings Banknote Bridges to Life owl.li/NILMd
  • Revealing Behind-the-Scenes Pics from Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’ owl.li/NIbms
  • The 7 Reasons That Science Says You Should Pay For Experience, Not Things owl.li/NIDjJ
  • A Dissolvable Miniature Origami Robot That Folds Itself, Walks, Swims, Carries, Digs, and Climbs owl.li/NIAqk
  • How the Silk Road case changed Internet crime forever owl.li/NGoze
  • Last Year The Baltimore Symphony Hired An Embedded Journalist To Cover The Orchestra (Here’s How It Turned Out) owl.li/NGkMp
  • ◉ Paola Antonelli: Walk the walk owl.li/NJ9gX
  • Can a Random Group of People On the Internet Interview a Candidate Better Than the Pros?  owl.li/NGk0F
  • Will Computers Redefine the Roots of Math? owl.li/NGkF3
  • ◉ The Man Who Loved Books Too Much - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • The Remarkable Origins Of The U.N.'s HeForShe Campaign owl.li/NGjmi
  • The Amazing Science Teachers You Wish You Had in School owl.li/NGkyM
  • Sara Seager: The search for planets beyond our solar system owl.li/NGjjB
  • The Robots Are Adapting: A new animal-inspired algorithm allows robots to adapt to damage in seconds. owl.li/NGkrz
  • Newly Discovered, Unnamed Deep Sea Creatures Found Off The Coast Of Puerto Rico owl.li/NGIQ2
  • Boris Eifman on creating 'a new type of theater' in ballet owl.li/NGknG
  • Before and After Comparisons of the Visual Effects in Mad Max: Fury Road owl.li/NGj3f
  • From Amy Schumer to John Oliver, How Comedians Became Public Intellectuals owl.li/NCKnZ
  • ◉ To Get Over Something, Write About It owl.li/NJ96l
  • Inside a Giant Dark-Web Scheme to Sell Counterfeit Coupons owl.li/NzC7U
  • The Coolest Thing About 1 World Trade Center's New Observatory Isn't The View owl.li/NCv4k
  • The Latest Weapon In Defusing Bombs Is 3-D Printed owl.li/NzC2Q
  • ◉ Are we viral yet? The Allusionist Podcast - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/1/…
  • Chimpanzee Rights Get a Day in Court owl.li/NzCtJ
  • Gorgeous Photos of Classic Movie Rolls owl.li/NznfV
  • Why White Space Is Crucial To UX Design owl.li/NzCsi
  • Meet Margaret Hamilton, the badass '60s programmer who saved the moon landing owl.li/NGj7q
  • Inside L’Oreal’s Plan to 3-D Print Human Skin owl.li/NzCqw
  • 7 Bookstores Too Beautiful For Words owl.li/NzjGS
  • Mary Meeker’s 2015 internet trends report: All the slides plus highlights owl.li/NvQDd
  • Alzheimer's Origins Tied to Rise of Human Intelligence owl.li/NvJlw
  • Dreamers and Deciders: Will We Ever Get Along? owl.li/NvKbc
  • Interactive documentary connects World War II data to the events owl.li/NvFXu
  • When Does Consciousness Begin and End? owl.li/NvK6i
  • How Podcasts Are Building Community owl.li/NvBWi
  • As Glaciers Retreat, They Give up the Bodies and Artifacts They Swallowed owl.li/NvK3Q
  • Paper Cutouts from Great Masters Having Great Times by Lorenzo Castellini owl.li/NzmZS
  • How Big is Minecraft? Really, Really, Really Big owl.li/NvJE4
  • Celebrity Graduation Speeches 2015 owl.li/Nvc0m
  • How the FCC Found Its Backbone owl.li/NvaWc
  • Field notes from the hunt for life on Mars owl.li/NsqfC
  • Star Wars The Force Awakens Cast Poses for Vanity Fair's June Cover owl.li/NsLVS
  • Evan Spiegel Reveals Plan to Turn Snapchat Into a Real Business owl.li/NsoYQ
  • Northern California child prodigy gets college degrees at age 11 owl.li/NsLth
  • The science behind Netflix’s first major redesign in four years owl.li/NsoTg
  • How Yoshitaka Fujii, the Biggest Fabricator in Science, Got Caught owl.li/NsLeo
  • BuzzFeed Founder Launches New Lab for Open-Source Invention owl.li/NvcbZ
  • The US has space experts worried about an extra-terrestrial land grab owl.li/NsKYT
  • Philip Zimmermann: king of encryption reveals his fears for privacy owl.li/NrJVa
  • Netflix Wants to Usher in a New Golden Age of Nonfiction TV owl.li/NrGNO
  • The Assault on Opera owl.li/Nrp8l
  • Get Lost in This Stunning Drone Footage From Antarctica owl.li/Nrq1P
  • Moore's Law Keeps Going, Defying Expectations owl.li/NroQI
  • Advertising & The Great And Wicked Issues Of Our Day owl.li/NspRm
  • Why The Oldest Person In The World Keeps Dying owl.li/NrpIO
  • What's the Difference Between i.e. & e.g.? owl.li/NroLX
  • 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

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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