The Week's Links: July 17, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Love this. The Fourth Wall: A Rare View of Famous European Theater Auditoriums Photographed from the Stage owl.li/PEBJi
  • Flash is officially more trouble than it’s worth. Here's how you can kill it now. Flash. Must. Die. owl.li/PEBrL
  • A young Rembrandt proves himself A case study of light and dark - Google Cultural Institute owl.li/PEfRx
  • What To Do With A Million Stolen Fingerprints owl.li/PEcni
  • ◉ The Shadow Ballet: Dancers & Drones owl.li/PybZm
  • Google partners with Khan Academy, NASA, more to teach kids science via a 4-week summer camp owl.li/PARLR
  • TED Playlist 9 TED Talks to help you understand world economics owl.li/PImgv
  • What Designers Are, and What We’ll Become owl.li/PDZvZ
  • How To Plan The Ultimate Long-Term Project, From The Team Who Got Us To Pluto owl.li/PAQXT
  • A Visual Diary of Gorgeous Technicolor Films owl.li/PDZhu
  • The Cognitive Benefits of Doodling owl.li/PAQQT
  • Kelly McGonigal: How to Turn Stress Into an Advantage owl.li/PBAso
  • How APIs transformed internal operations at NPR, the Times, and The Guardian. What APIs Can Do for News owl.li/PB9Pd
  • Learning a foreign language a ‘must’ in Europe, not so in America owl.li/PAmyp
  • Prosopagnosia is a disorder where you're unable to recognize faces. What it's like to be face blind owl.li/PyV11
  • ◉ Timothy Young: Books Matter owl.li/PybPR
  • Figure out exactly how many people to invite. Invite the Right Amount People to Your Meeting with the 8-18-1800 Rule owl.li/PxRld
  • Will Burtin and Cipe Pineles might not be household names but you know their work. 10 Unsung Graphic Design Visionaries You Should Know...
  • Making toast doesn’t sound very complicated — until someone asks you to draw the process, step by step. Got a wicked problem? First,...
  • Fascinating Photos: How NASA set New Horizons on its path to Pluto owl.li/PyddM
  • ◉ Fascinating, so much is done by feel: Before there was Photoshop - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/15…
  • obsolete design terminology: desktop’s dead dictionary | Desktop owl.li/PxSeW
  • What do we do when antibiotics don’t work any more? owl.li/Pxm6M
  • Why I taught myself 20 languages -- and what I learned about myself in the process owl.li/PvMDf
  • ◉ How to Fall Asleep by Not Trying owl.li/PybJ0
  • A Million Kids in the UK Will Get This Tiny Computer owl.li/PvI1Y
  • The Best Books About Books owl.li/PvMlx
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/PBVpb
  • Dwarf planet Pluto finally gets some respect owl.li/PvI0o
  • One more reason to get a good night’s sleep owl.li/PvM8E
  • Shaving has been expensive since ancient Greece owl.li/PvHYZ
  • Here’s What the Sun Looks Like Through an X-Ray Telescope owl.li/PvLTS
  • This is what it's like to teach in North Korea owl.li/PxmfX
  • How Ecstasy, Aspirin, and LSD Look Under the Microscope owl.li/PvI2G
  • The Death Of Bees Explained In A Nutshell owl.li/PvHWB
  • Carnegie Mellon's Lego-like Modular Snake Robots owl.li/PvHJG
  • ◉ Why Think When You Can Google Instead? owl.li/PybrB
  • Why tragedies are alluring - David E. Rivas owl.li/PpdnA Why tragedies are alluring - David E. Rivas owl.li/Ppdm2
  • Can SoundCloud Be the Facebook of Music? owl.li/PvH5r
  • ◉ Noam Murro reimagines Mickey's Sorcerer's Apprentice - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/13…
  • Here’s Why You May Be Aging Faster Than Your Friends owl.li/PvGXz
  • Watson Adds Deep Learning to Its Repertoire owl.li/Pp6XH Watson Adds Deep Learning to Its Repertoire | MIT Technology Review...
  • The science of Pixar's Inside Out owl.li/PvGUI
  • The Social Security number wasn’t meant for the digital age owl.li/PvHXm
  • The Superplant That May Finally Topple the Rubber Monopoly owl.li/Pxt53
  • The Watson Ecosystem Will Pull Us Out of the Big Data Dark Age - PSFK owl.li/PvGhh
  • The Flying Robot International Film Festival, An Open Competitive Film Festival Featuring Films Created With Drones owl.li/PoKrr
  • The many mothers of invention owl.li/Poq1Q
  • The Secret to Time Management? Focus. Focus. Focus. owl.li/Po2Yj
  • A Dreamily Animated Introduction to Haruki Murakami, Japan’s Jazz and Baseball-Loving Postmodern Novelist owl.li/PooLn
  • How Networked Monkey Brains Could Help Disabled Humans owl.li/Pom7K How Networked Monkey Brains Could Help Disabled Humans |...
  • The art of storytelling, according to the founders of StoryCorps and Humans of New York owl.li/Pp6oI
  • No, thank you: 20 Shocking Photos from This Year's "Running of the Bulls" owl.li/PokMI 20 Shocking Photos from This Year’s......
  • Don’t Be the Office Schedule-Wrecker owl.li/PnZZp Don’t Be the Office Schedule-Wrecker - WSJ owl.li/PnZWN
  • The Complex And Bizzare Science Of The Color Red owl.li/PmeDV The Complex And Bizzare Science Of The Color Red – Design School...
  • How NPR Tote Bags Became a Thing owl.li/Plwse How NPR Tote Bags Became a Thing - The Atlantic owl.li/Plwqc
  • Michael Bierut talks about work, life and the NZ flag owl.li/Pm1dE Michael Bierut talks about work, life and the NZ flag /...
  • Television Is No Longer the Screen of Choice for Kids owl.li/PkAtC Anthony Crupi. owl.li/PkAhy
  • What unread books can teach us owl.li/PiyWRWhat unread books can teach us | Life and style | The Guardian owl.li/PiySS
  • The Top Ten Innovation Report for July owl.li/PlxhZ The Top Ten Innovation Report for July | Springwise owl.li/PlxfT
  • Marie Curie's Research Papers Are Still Radioactive 100+ Years Later owl.li/Po0f1Marie Curie’s Research Papers Are Still......
  • How a Physicist Solved the Mystery of an Iconic Photo owl.li/PiwE5 How a Physicist Solved the Mystery of an Iconic Photo...
  • How Brazil Designed Its Shapeshifting Olympic Torch owl.li/Piwzw owl.li/Piwy9
  • ◉ Tokyo Reverse owl.li/P9tZu owl.li/P9tX8
  • Why Love Lyrics Last owl.li/PikPt owl.li/PikNU
  • Inside the Nuclear Bunker Where America Preserves Its Movie History owl.li/Piwviowl.li/Piwt7
  • Bloomberg's 'What Is Code' Feature Was A Massive Hit -- Here's Why owl.li/Pi5B1owl.li/Pi5z0
  • Blade Runner’s Miniature Props Revealed in 142 Behind-the-Scenes Photos owl.li/PivHp
  • Infographic: How we’ll live on Mars owl.li/Pi55V
  • At Amazon Warehouses, Humans and Machines Work in Frenetic Harmony- MIT Technology Review owl.li/PivAC owl.li/Pivyc
  • Apparently There Are 4 Kinds of Introversion owl.li/PikTK owl.li/PikSv

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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