The Week's Links: September 25, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • ◉ Wire Cutters: Gorgeous Animation owl.li/SrCA4
  • 400 years of beer in America - Timeline.com owl.li/Ss0HG
  • How to graciously say no to anyone owl.li/Ss1EG
  • Software Is Smart Enough for SAT, but Still Far From Intelligent - The New York Times owl.li/Ss0AS
  • 7 Mysterious Rock Formations to Rival Stonehenge owl.li/Ss1oV
  • Humanity’s 30,000-year love affair with dogs - Timeline.com owl.li/Ss0e9
  • How Pantone Became The Definitive Language Of Color owl.li/Ss1cJ
  • Shakespearean Actor Brian Cox Teaches Hamlet’s Soliloquy to a 2-Year-Old Child owl.li/Ss1b8
  • The 19th-Century Iron Balls Still Cleaning the Paris Sewers owl.li/SrLAT
  • A Time Capsule From Downtown New York’s Most Interesting Decade - The New York Times owl.li/SrLwp
  • ◉ Rethinking Work owl.li/SrCuU
  • A Blind GIF Artist Visualizes His Lost Sight | The Creators Project owl.li/SrLod
  • What's the difference between accuracy and precision? - Matt Anticole owl.li/SrLuS
  • Google Is 2 Billion Lines of Code—And It’s All in One Place owl.li/SrLmR
  • What we can learn from galaxies far, far away owl.li/SrLu1
  • 35 Of Your Favorite Fast Food Spots When They First Opened owl.li/SrDGq
  • ◉ The Plot Twist: E-Book Sales Slip, and Print Is Far From Dead - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/9/23…
  • Fantasy of Power and Betrayal: "Game of Thrones" Readalikes for Teens owl.li/SrLto
  • Using Kirigami, the Japanese Art of Paper Cutting, to Build Better Solar Panels owl.li/SrLpd
  • Fascinating and revealing work: Edward Burtynsky, Water owl.li/SrCHv
  • Are You Emotionally Intelligent? Here's How to Know for Sure. owl.li/SrB6X
  • ◉ Oliver Sacks, Casting Light on the Interconnectedness of Life owl.li/SrCoq
  • The Elaborate Charade to Obfuscate Who Writes Pop Music owl.li/Sqfj8
  • The UN's Global Goals Get A Rebrand To Spur People To Action owl.li/SrAWa
  • 5 Important New Insights About Why We Get Angry owl.li/SqeXQ
  • 5 ways to keep your data safe right now owl.li/SrzoJ
  • ◉ "Paper," Another Spectacular Spot for Honda - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/9/22…
  • A science award that makes you laugh, then think owl.li/SqeRS
  • 25 awesome apps for teachers, recommended by teachers owl.li/SrmNI
  • The Algorithms that power the web are only getting more mysterious. owl.li/Sqfwb
  • 'Tesla Drone' Poised to Revolutionize Unmanned Filmmaking | The Creators Project owl.li/Sqd9K
  • The Photog Who Captured Frank Lloyd Wright’s Epic Buildings owl.li/Sqd7o
  • ◉ Wil Reynolds: The Hidden Danger of Confusing Outputs for Outcome owl.li/SrCd2
  • TED Playlist: Talks for people who hated math in high school owl.li/SpeW9
  • Super Magnified Grains of Sand Become Dramatic Works of Art owl.li/SqcRK
  • The mathematical secrets of Pascal’s triangle - Wajdi Mohamed Ratemi owl.li/SpeyZ
  • The Subtext Buried In Seven Great Movie Chess Scenes owl.li/Sq7fm
  • New Mythical Cut Paper Collages by Artist Morgana Wallace owl.li/Spe5j
  • ◉ Can Brands Be Good? - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/9/21…
  • This Guy Built a Scale Model of the Entire Solar System in the Desert owl.li/SpfdQ
  • MIT Hackers Bring Their Own Ahmed Clock to School | Make: owl.li/SqeMz
  • The New York Public Library Will Post 435,000 Historic Maps Online owl.li/SpeYd
  • Absurd Creature of the Week: This Tiny Adorable Critter Is Half Kangaroo, Half Velociraptor owl.li/Spdow
  • Ever Wonder What Goes Into a Burberry Scarf? This Smart, Lovely Ad Shows You owl.li/Spdlz
  • ◉ Kelly Sue DeConnick: Make Them Uncomfortable owl.li/SrC9u
  • 3D printed pills for epileptics to enter production owl.li/Si5KK
  • A short history of the British Royal Family owl.li/Spd3I
  • Cinematic Artwork Illustrates Surreal Scenes from Futuristic Worlds owl.li/SguDq
  • The effect of choosing and changing aspect ratios in film owl.li/Sj70L
  • ◉ Everything is a Remix Remastered - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/9/21…
  • What Stress Does To Your Decisions - It's Reverse of What Most Expect - PsyBlog owl.li/SguBj
  • Searching for Tim Cook’s Energy Bar owl.li/Sj5xM
  • 11 unforgettable, award-winning space photos of 2015 owl.li/SpdU0
  • De Blasio to Require NYC Public Schools to Offer Computer Science to All Students | Brooklyn Magazine owl.li/SiSaY
  • What’s So Special About Low Earth Orbit? owl.li/Sgusm
  • World’s First VR Film Festival Takes You to a Real War Zone owl.li/SguqG
  • Mapping How Tor’s Anonymity Network Spread Around the World owl.li/Sdero
  • Hacking the Inner Ear for VR—And for Science owl.li/Sg1Px
  • Sharks are trying to eat the internet: 10 Facts About the Internet's Undersea Cables owl.li/Sc8Ap
  • 9 Struggles Only Introverts Can Relate To owl.li/Sfw1M
  • Lost GoPro Returns With Stunning Grand Canyon Footage owl.li/Sc8p6
  • How Roman Mars fought the instinct to give the big, grand, sweeping TED Talk — and gave the talk... owl.li/SdfCG
  • Children of Men: Don't Ignore the Background owl.li/Sguye
  • Switzerland: still a font of creativity - SWI swissinfo.ch owl.li/Sdeva
  • See 2,600 years of Western culture spread across the map in five minutes – a stunning visualisation of historical... owl.li/SbAds
  • The Tools Designers Are Using Today owl.li/S9KpD
  • Symmetry: How Einstein Changed the Way We See Everything | Big Think owl.li/S9vaM
  • A 30-year history of the future owl.li/S9JZk
  • When You Should Design "Badly" On Purpose owl.li/S9uwm
  • What America Can Learn From Europe’s High-Speed Trains owl.li/S9FNT
  • Multi-tasking: how to survive in the 21st century - FT.com owl.li/S9u8d
  • A giant ancient virus was just uncovered in melting ice — and it won’t be the last owl.li/S9EUy
  • Rosie Perez on Soul Train owl.li/Sc8aS
  • Why we crave what’s cool owl.li/S9Eba
  • This used to be the future: A look inside NASA’s Ames Research Center. owl.li/S9u5K
  • Skynet Might Not Exist, But This Robot is Applying to the Actor’s Union owl.li/S9pRf
  • ◉ The Rise of Phone Reading owl.li/S9mm4
  • History’s Most Creative Paintings, Determined By Algorithm owl.li/S9lfE
  • Glass is a weird kind of solid liquid – and how it comes to be like that defies all explanation owl.li/S9pPt
  • Russian Man Will Become Subject Of First Human Head Transplant Ever Performed owl.li/S9leJ
  • ◉ The Week's Links: September 18, 2015 - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/9/18…
  • 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

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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