The Week's Links: September 18, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Intelligent Machines: The truth behind AI fiction - BBC News owl.li/S9psh
  • Melting Ice in Yellowstone is Revealing Ancient Artifacts Faster Than Researchers Can Handle owl.li/S9ldA
  • What's the most satisfying job in the world? You'd be surprised owl.li/S9nuE
  • What Neuroscience Says About The Link Between Creativity And Madness owl.li/S9lh6
  • Scientists Suggest That You Force Yourself to Consider the Bright Side at Work owl.li/S9lbh
  • After the Wrap: The Post-Shooting Life of Sixteen Film Sets owl.li/S9lao
  • ◉ Christoph Niemann: How to Overcome the 3 Fears Every Creative Faces owl.li/S9mgh
  • How to Get There From Here: Imaginary Transit Maps From Albuquerque to Westeros owl.li/S9l0u
  • First library to support anonymous Internet browsing effort stops after DHS e-mail owl.li/S9l8C
  • 10 Famous Authors' Favorite TV Shows owl.li/S9iXa
  • Strange Rain: Why Fish, Frogs and Golf Balls Fall From the Skies owl.li/S9l76
  • The Drawings & Paintings of Richard Feynman: Art Expresses a Dramatic “Feeling of Awe” owl.li/S9iQE
  • According To This Sleep Expert, Work And School Shouldn't Start Until After 10am owl.li/S9l56
  • The Neuroscience of Immortality owl.li/S9lcC
  • NASA Struggles over Deep-Space Plutonium Power owl.li/S9l3B
  • Report: Google & Twitter Are Working On Accelerated Mobile Pages For Publishers owl.li/S9iz0
  • The Digital Evolution of Nintendo's Popular Plumber Super Mario owl.li/S9isN
  • ◉ Time To Fix Patents owl.li/S9m8E
  • Inside the Crater That Leaks Neon Blue ‘Lava’ owl.li/S97Bv
  • 10 Things You Never Knew About the History of Graphic Designs owl.li/S9irj
  • The Martian brings science, largely unchanged, from book to screen owl.li/S97vi
  • 4 Strategies for Remembering Everything You Learn owl.li/S9ipo
  • Inside the Design Labs Where the iPhone's Coolest New Feature Was Built owl.li/S6F4X
  • An Adorable Compilation of the Unusual Ways That Different Animals Sleep owl.li/S9inL
  • The Feynman Lectures on Physics, The Most Popular Physics Book Ever Written, Now Completely Online owl.li/S9iOS
  • 11 Google Tricks That Will Change the Way You Search owl.li/S9ijz
  • Lockpickers 3-D Print TSA Master Luggage Keys From Leaked Photos owl.li/S43rz
  • The First Pluto Photos From New Horizons’ Massive Data Dump owl.li/S43qB
  • ◉ Teaching Machines to Understand Us owl.li/S9m1x
  • Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto explaining World 1-1 is the best game design lesson of the week owl.li/RZ9OZ
  • Do animals have language? - Michele Bishop owl.li/S320e
  • The new arcades owl.li/RX5xC
  • Uber is a Verb. How a brand becomes a verb and why it's significant. owl.li/S0BXq
  • Silicon Valley's 91-year-old designer - BBC News owl.li/RTZPE
  • Inside the Design Labs Where the iPhone's Coolest New Feature Was Built owl.li/S5H2r
  • The L.A. Philharmonic Goes Virtual, With Oculus's Help owl.li/S0BR2
  • Where does quantum weirdness end? owl.li/S026s
  • Humanizing Technology: A History of Human-Computer Interaction owl.li/RTEy5
  • ◉ Swiss font legend Adrian Frutiger dies - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/9/14…
  • How Much Can You Really Change After You Turn 30? owl.li/RTDmT
  • ◉ Ink - Written by Hand owl.li/S9lLY
  • How to spot an opportunity owl.li/RTAZP
  • Take A Look At The Rejected Alternatives To The New Google Logo - DesignTAXI.comowl.li/RTDek
  • Booking.com's New Typeface Implements the Planet's Axial Tilt | Branding Magazine owl.li/RTr3K
  • Why is ice slippery? owl.li/RTD8F
  • New Zealand Announces Shortlist For Its New Flag Design owl.li/RTpG0
  • ◉ Paris in 3 Minutes - Hyperlapse Short - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/9/13…
  • Games Can Make You a Better Strategist owl.li/RTBc8
  • Four future space technologies that will change the world in your lifetime owl.li/RTV2g
  • The 13 Inspiring Winners Of Our 2015 Innovation By Design Awards owl.li/SbEzX
  • The 13 Inspiring Winners Of Our 2015 Innovation By Design Awards owl.li/SbCyT
  • TED Playlist: These speakers have staked out the coolest careers — some you probably never knew existed. owl.li/RTB7w
  • What’s wrong with your pa$$w0rd? owl.li/RRnUG
  • When a Hurricane Hits Facebook owl.li/RRnU8
  • The Worst Board Games Ever Invented owl.li/RRhCF
  • Mr. Robot’s first season was a compelling descent into madness owl.li/RRnTO
  • What I Teach: A Back to School Reading List owl.li/RRhy8
  • The 16 Best Weather Photos of the Year owl.li/RRnT0
  • New York In Ruins: Explore The City's Abandoned Places With These Haunting Photos owl.li/S97sN
  • The Brand Colour Swap 2: What's in a Colour? owl.li/RRp5I
  • How Glistening Egyptian Blue Pigment Was Forgotten then Lost. It may be the oldest artificial pigment smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/gli…
  • What The Sleep Habits of Famous Writers Reveal About Their Productivity owl.li/RRhJX
  • These gorgeous satellite photos of Earth are the perfect morning reset - Quartz owl.li/RRhEk
  • Proportional Map of the World's Largest Languages owl.li/RRhss
  • Kurt Vonnegut Creates a Report Card for His Novels, Ranking Them From A+ to D owl.li/RRhey
  • It’s Now Possible to 3-D Print Transparent Glass | MIT Technology Review owl.li/RR4fw
  • Will Science Ever Be Able to Explain Love? owl.li/RRgCy
  • Researchers Use DNA to Program Cells to Make Tissues | MIT Technology Review owl.li/RR4dm
  • Comics that ask "what if?" owl.li/RRgBB
  • Facebook’s New Spam-Killer Hints at the Future of Coding owl.li/RQZQG
  • Why do we move forwards in time? owl.li/RR9Wg
  • Dancer Bends Light in Stunning Projection-Mapped Performance | The Creators Project owl.li/RRhuk
  • Smartphones Can Detect Boredom and Push Content to Relieve It | MIT Technology Review owl.li/RR4hf
  • The Biggest Names In Tech Are Teaming Up to Create A New, Better Way to Stream Video—And It's Free owl.li/RQZak
  • Designer, proselytiser and visual communication critic: an interview with the inimitable Bob Gill owl.li/RQWrN
  • ◉ Not an Introvert, Not an Extrovert? An Ambivert owl.li/RPTiu
  • Australia's Bubblegum Lakes owl.li/RQTFm
  • Making Nemo owl.li/RQWqB
  • Scientists Add Ingredient To Make Ice Cream Melt Slower owl.li/RQTB4
  • On How to Disagree owl.li/RQWdi
  • Scientists Find A Double Black Hole Inside A Nearby Quasar owl.li/RQTuU
  • These Elegant Sculptures Measure Atmospheric Conditions owl.li/RQWbb
  • 30 Questions to Ask Your Kid Instead of “How Was Your Day?” — The Synapse owl.li/RQW7C

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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