The Week's Links: January 15, 2016

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Fascinating 1920s and 1930s Book Jackets From the NY Public Library owl.li/WRZbH
  • The White House Is Joining With Genius to Annotate History | WIRED owl.li/WV1ZP
  • 3 ways the brain creates meaning owl.li/WUmAg
  • We asked 15 typographers to describe their favorite letterforms. Here's what they told us. owl.li/WM2CU
  • The Tech Behind Netflix's Worldwide Expansion Is a Big Deal for the Whole Internet owl.li/WM2yS
  • ◉ The story of the legendary CalArts in a video produced by Walt Disney Productions owl.li/WRD5I
  • The Dark Web Now Hosts a Major News Site owl.li/WLRU2
  • When Should a Robot Say No to Its Human Owner? owl.li/WM0Fn
  • Canadians Are Cutting $20 Bills In Half To Create A New, Locals-Only Currency owl.li/WLH5h
  • 28 Authors on the Books That Changed Their Lives owl.li/WLUZR
  • ◉ David Bowie On Feeling Safe On What You Are Working On - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/13…
  • These Photos Show New York's Disappearing Mom-And-Pop Stores owl.li/WLGQg
  • Researchers see potential role for dance in treating neurodegenerative disorders owl.li/WLU6A
  • Six Photographers Each Have A Photo Session With The Same Man - The Results Will Definitely Surprise You! - Most... owl.li/WOt9z
  • George Orwell Explains in a Revealing 1944 Letter Why He’d Write 1984 owl.li/WLTMX
  • Why mathematicians find math thrilling owl.li/WLcML
  • Meet the “Telharmonium,” the First Synthesizer (and Predecessor to Muzak), Invented in 1897 owl.li/WLcDS
  • ◉ Discovering the Virtues of a Wandering Mind owl.li/WRCXW
  • 18th-Century Souvenirs From Epic Festivals Held on the Frozen River Thames owl.li/WL9o6
  • Eight countries. 2,055 nuclear tests. 71 years – mapped owl.li/WLbf4
  • 3 Timeless Rules for Making Tough Decisions owl.li/WL8Pt
  • Top 10 in Arts Education 2015 | ARTS Blog owl.li/WLasI
  • How to Teach Multiplication by Teaching Art - Education Week owl.li/WL8BD
  • ◉ “What do I want?” Here’s a better question -  smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/5/…
  • The Wisdom of Alan Watts in Four Thought-Provoking Animations owl.li/WLanz
  • Two Saturnian moons, lined up owl.li/WLgoi
  • Revolutionary Neuroscience Technique Slated for Human Clinical Trials owl.li/WL9HM
  • Lego a 'better investment than shares and gold' owl.li/WL8nS
  • Students Turn Leonardo da Vinci's Design Into the World's Longest Ice Bridge owl.li/WL7V6
  • ◉ The Small Details (A TED Remix) owl.li/WRCKs
  • The business case against overtime owl.li/WHLVE
  • Tech Wizardry Solves Mysteries of Egypt’s Royal Mummies owl.li/WIOw8
  • Some very useful tips and tricks for Mac OS X users : Part 1 owl.li/WFbPK
  • In the age of big data, arts are a refuge for idiosyncrasy - The Buffalo News owl.li/WIOkA
  • The only technique to learn something new owl.li/WF6b6
  • ◉ Study Finds That Smart People Live Longer Than Not-Smart People - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/5/…
  • A Radical Reinterpretation of Einstein’s Theory — NOVA Next | PBS owl.li/WIriv
  • 10 Most Exciting SciTech Advances of 2015 - Singularity HUB owl.li/WL8tC
  • What We Expect to See in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in 2016 | MIT Technology Review owl.li/WIlDA
  • An Arcane Patent Law May Decide Crispr’s Big Legal Fight owl.li/WEZm5
  • How one scientist is growing miniature brains in her lab owl.li/WEZ9M
  • ◉ How "Eureka!" Affects the Brain owl.li/WRCCu
  • Richard Sapper, Designer Of IBM's ThinkPad, Has Died owl.li/WEUTT
  • Gallery: How to speak jellyfish owl.li/WEZ4K
  • Next-Gen Wi-Fi Will Actually Connect the Internet of Things owl.li/WEUmF
  • This Image of the Universe Captures Its Immensity owl.li/WEWQi
  • ◉ Recommended: The Familiar, Volume 1: One Rainy Day in May - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • ◉ The Hollywood Reporter's Director Oscar Roundtable - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/5/…
  • This perfect photo of a kingfisher was 720,00 pictures in the making owl.li/WETaR
  • Five New Habits That Will Make You More Organized In 2016 owl.li/WEV4z
  • See Police Sketches Of Literary Characters Made Using Book Descriptions owl.li/WF2Ik
  • The Next Phase Of UX: Designing Chatbot Personalities owl.li/WEUX1
  • When Do You Become an Adult? - The Atlantic owl.li/WESL8
  • Behind a Shopping Center in New Jersey, Signs of a Mass Extinction - The New York Times owl.li/WEGVV
  • Wow, There Were Just So Many Hacks in 2015 owl.li/WyYH2
  • Meet The Inventor of Auto-Tune owl.li/WCE7X
  • Disney’s Awesome New Robot Can Climb Walls owl.li/WyYsW
  • 4 new elements complete periodic table’s seventh row | PBS NewsHour owl.li/WCDGr
  • These Are the Oldest Trees on the Planet owl.li/Wylzz
  • Here's How Your Brain Prevents You From Following Your Intentions owl.li/WCs7t
  • Queen: We Are the Champions, isolated vocals owl.li/WESSU
  • Can upstarts like Vice and Buzzfeed keep their cool? owl.li/WCrJr
  • British Library digitizes George III's massive map collection owl.li/Wy2b1
  • The Untold Story Of The Invention Of The Game Cartridge owl.li/Wwh7m
  • 10 Unsung Graphic Design Visionaries You Should Know owl.li/WuH0O
  • RSC takes Shakespeare to China owl.li/Wwgfx
  • A New Doc Reveals How Cartoonists Get Their Work In "The New Yorker" owl.li/WuGOJ
  • The Year in Game-Changing Journalism: The Best Articles from 2015 owl.li/WwgeE
  • China Box Office Grows Astonishing 49 Percent in 2015, Hits $6.78 Billion - Hollywood Reporter owl.li/WuGpG
  • Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan's LLC Could Be the New Face of Philanthropy | Big Think owl.li/Wylxo
  • Bruno Munari Will Make You Fall In Love With Books All Over Again owl.li/WuH4C
  • Michael Bierut On How Graphic Design Can Accomplish Close To Anything owl.li/WuH2k
  • Read This Google Email About Time Management Strategy owl.li/WtLrU
  • Here Are the Best Things That Happened During Every Day of 2015 owl.li/WtKWp
  • ◉ Statistics (A TED Remix) owl.li/WCC8G
  • Extremely Detailed Woodcut Print Completed After 3 Years of Meticulous Hand-Carving owl.li/WtJlI
  • George Saunders Demystifies the Art of Storytelling in a Short Animated Documentary owl.li/WtKsw
  • Caffeine Junkies, Rejoice! Coffee Just Got Cheaper owl.li/WtJk2
  • 28 Tips for Writing Stories from Edgar Allan Poe, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway & F. Scott Fitzgerald owl.li/WtKnt
  • Researchers Discover Glow-In-The-Dark Shark owl.li/WtJii
  • I read 164 books in 2015 and tracked them all in a spreadsheet. Here's what I learned. owl.li/WtJrR
  • Peak TV: Surge From Streaming Services, Cable Pushes 2015 Scripted Series Tally to 409 owl.li/WtLv9
  • 5 brainiac brain facts (illustrated by TED-Ed GIFs) owl.li/WtJnV
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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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