The Week's Links: July 3, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Top 10 ideas from Marketing & Advertising over the last 12 months owl.li/P2WQu
  • Consciousness May Not Be As Powerful As You Think owl.li/P3if6
  • ‘The World Is Full of Obvious Things’: A Sherlock Holmes Reading List owl.li/P3gJx
  • You think you know why bicycles stay up? owl.li/P2UYP
  • The Computers of Our Wildest Dreams. In search of a quantum computer. owl.li/P2UU2
  • ◉ What is a good brand? owl.li/OWjZQ
  • Ana Andjelic - The Sociology of Branding owl.li/P0KQi
  • Self-driving cars drive like your grandma owl.li/P2QLC
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/P6NON
  • The Sad State of Job Titles owl.li/P0KuY
  • Next Twitter boss faces complex challenges, says departing Dick Costolo owl.li/P2PbB
  • ◉ What's the Most Important Element of a Good Story? - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/2/…
  • The original smartwatches: Casio's history of wild wrist designs owl.li/P0KdE
  • An Unlikely Ballerina - The rise of Misty Copeland, now a Principal dancer for ABT. owl.li/P2LVD
  • Google Ocean View owl.li/P0LlD
  • 'Look at Me': The first-ever Instagram book is a self-help guide for brands owl.li/OXdTn
  • 12 Hotshot Designers Reimagine The Iconic Coke Bottle owl.li/OXdow
  • ◉ Neil Gaiman presents lifetime achievement award to Ursula K. Le Guin at 2014 National Book Awards owl.li/OWjSB
  • Photographic firsts and the earliest born person ever to be photographed owl.li/OX0a7
  • An exhibit of photographs that were staged, altered, or faked. owl.li/OX1U8
  • The voice of Siri explains the art of voiceover owl.li/OX08a
  • Michelangelo got his start as an art forger. owl.li/OX1DT
  • What Comes After Smart Products owl.li/P2UGM
  • Sony Pictures: Inside the Hack of the Century, Part 1 - Fortune owl.li/OWyGE
  • How Origami Makes Rigid Lithium-Ion Batteries Stretchable owl.li/OX0XA
  • Inside the Making of Dr. Strangelove owl.li/OX0bW
  • The Ad Industry's Best: See All 18 Grand Prix Winners From The 2015 Cannes Lions owl.li/OWyu4
  • What Additives Look Like Before They End Up in Your Food owl.li/OWxVX
  • ◉ Kurt Vonnegut on how to write a short story owl.li/OWjEa
  • Hans and Ola Rosling: How not to be ignorant about the world owl.li/OUlZA
  • Facebook Rainbow Profile Photos: The Latest Big Data Experiment? owl.li/OWs2g
  • Norway is Building a Highway for Bees owl.li/OUlXV
  • Musicians and writers choose their favourite book about music owl.li/OUmqH
  • ◉ Big Bird, big brain - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/29…
  • Fritz Lang Invents the Video Phone in Metropolis (1927) owl.li/OU8JE
  • Names Have Meaning: A Research Guide for Baby Names and Family Names- The New York Public Library owl.li/OUmmo
  • The evolution of the human eye - Joshua Harvey owl.li/OUmjW
  • The Body Cam Hacker Who Schooled the Police owl.li/OTIRf
  • Download 448 Free Art Books from The Metropolitan Museum of Art owl.li/OTHn4
  • ◉ Grace Hopper: The Queen of Code owl.li/OWjvX
  • Between Kickstarter’s frauds and phenoms live long-delayed projects owl.li/OQS1D
  • Werner Herzog Picks His 5 Top Films owl.li/OTHht
  • Why do honeybees love hexagons? - Zack Patterson and Andy Peterson owl.li/OQCXT
  • Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution! owl.li/OTHfy
  • ◉ Neil Gaiman: How Stories Last - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/29…
  • Walt Disney's corporate strategy chart owl.li/OQCdj
  • The Art of Brand Evangelism owl.li/OTHdZ
  • Three women scholars you should know, but you probably don't  owl.li/OU8CL
  • I Am My MTV: MTV Gets Personal With The Viewer In It's Rebrand owl.li/OTGBi
  • Why Care About Design? owl.li/OQxcZ
  • Great Designers are Great Communicators owl.li/OQx8a
  • Can You Guess Which Birds These Feathers Belong To? owl.li/OOzXL
  • Expand Your Thinking, Not Just Your Skillset owl.li/OQwrV
  • 50 Smartest Companies 2014 - MIT Technology Review, see who didn't make the list. owl.li/OOgh0
  • What it’s like to grow old in different parts of the world owl.li/OQetf
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald Conjugates "to Cocktail," the Ultimate Jazz-Age Verb (1928) owl.li/OOg8J
  • Inceptionism: Google Going Deeper into Neural Networks owl.li/OQxrA
  • The Creators Of "Serial" On What They Learned The First Season And What's Next owl.li/OPULU
  • An Incredibly Detailed Map Shows Europe's Population Shifts From 2001 to 2011 owl.li/OODJn
  • The Foods Americans Once Loved to Eat owl.li/OKZpQ
  • Life on Mars Could Change Our View of the Universe, If It Is a Second Genesis owl.li/OKtAh
  • How speaking multiple languages benefits the brain - Mia Nacamulli owl.li/OHk8H
  • Elizabeth Streb’s Dances with Danger owl.li/OKkOU
  • What Happened When Linkin Park Asked Harvard for Help with Its Business Model owl.li/OHjSp
  • Do The Simple Thing First: The Engineering Behind Instagram owl.li/OKjCJ
  • What Your Brain Does When You Can’t Stay Awake owl.li/OHjHq
  • Designers Pay Tribute To Massimo Vignelli With 53 Original Posters owl.li/ON6Lj
  • A World Without Work owl.li/OHJbJ
  • Facebook's new algorithm can identify you even if your face is hidden owl.li/OHILz
  • Artist Digitally Inserts Wrecked ‘Star Wars’ Spaceships Into Actual Photos of Major Cities Around the World owl.li/OGYUG
  • The upside of a massive solar storm: Dazzling displays of the northern lights owl.li/OGPnk
  • ◉ Is the secret to a good algorithm human input? owl.li/OBlip
  • Outstanding paper on the impact of ebook DRM on readers, writers, publishers and distributors owl.li/OGA7V
  • The Craft of Cooking: An Interview with “America’s Test Kitchen” founder Christopher Kimball  owl.li/OGOIR
  • How stories are told around the world owl.li/OGzOF
  • John Waters’s Spectacular RISD Commencement Address on Creative Rebellion and the Artist’s Task to Cause Constructive Chaos...
  • How to be a better complainer owl.li/OGzvR
  • Why Award-Winning Chefs Are Still Looking for Unpaid Internships owl.li/OGC7X
  • All the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2015 Grand Prix Winners owl.li/OGATT

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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