The Week's Links: January 22, 2016

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Japan’s Arcane Pictogram System Gets a Much-Needed Update owl.li/XjYIj
  • How to use data to make a hit TV show owl.li/XhN9C
  • New NYTimes site: Times Machine - Over 150 years of New York Times journalism, as it originally appeared. owl.li/Xp6oC
  • New NYTimes site: Times Machine - Over 150 years of New York Times journalism, as it originally appeared. owl.li/Xp5VK
  • Meet the 20 Tech Insiders Defining the 2016 Campaign owl.li/Xhrgx
  • Why Boredom Is Anything but Boring owl.li/Xhr6w
  • A 10-Year Study Reveals What Great Executives Know and Do owl.li/Xh2XX
  • "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" May Hold Earliest Painting of Volcanic Eruption owl.li/XhqCd
  • How I learned to stop worrying and love "useless" art owl.li/Xh2F7
  • The Obsessively Detailed Map of American Literature's Most Epic Road Trips owl.li/Xhhzh
  • A Neuroscientist on the Calming Powers of the To-Do List owl.li/XeYCf
  • Here Are 25 Sweet, Simple Ads From Coca-Cola's Big New 'Taste the Feeling' Campaign owl.li/Xh3JP
  • What The Interview Process Is Like At Google, Apple, Amazon, And Other Tech Companies owl.li/Xhrvg
  • Chauvet Cave Paintings Could Depict a 37,000-Year-Old Volcanic Eruption owl.li/Xh36c
  • The Surprisingly Sophisticated Science of Making a Keyboard Feel Great owl.li/XeYuN
  • How to use search like a pro: 10 tips and tricks for Google and beyond owl.li/XeWXi
  • ‘The Winter’s Tale’: The blockbuster ballet that almost wasn’t owl.li/XeDzT
  • 8 million sign up for 'Egyptian Bank of Knowledge' website - Politics - Egypt - Ahram Online owl.li/XeOzU
  • With Internet and Apps, Dance Crazes Go Viral owl.li/XeDhk
  • A hidden sense of smell might be a mysterious sixth sense & a universe of subtle knowledge about the world owl.li/XeFyE
  • 135 Free Philosophy eBooks owl.li/XexyY
  • ◉ New York Public Library Invites a Deep Digital Dive - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/7/…
  • Hear Albert Camus Deliver His Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech (1957) owl.li/XeE3f
  • People Unconsciously Value Natural Talent Over Hard Work owl.li/XeYA6
  • String Theory Might Merge With the Other Theory of Everything owl.li/XeDFV
  • The last days of Peter Bergmann, a mini doc told via CCTV. owl.li/XevYe
  • Catie Lazarus: The World Is Not a Meritocracy owl.li/XeuTs
  • 13 Incredible Unbroken Takes in Movies owl.li/Xeosx
  • Artists Evolve: The Dangers of Creatively Typecasting Yourself owl.li/XeuOa
  • Astronaut Scott Kelly shows off the first ever flower grown in space owl.li/XefrQ
  • How I teach kids to love science owl.li/XeqNu
  • ◉ 25 Years: How the Web began - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/7/…
  • 11 Classy Insults With Classical Greek and Latin Roots owl.li/XcfJS
  • Gamblers Take Note: The Odds in a Coin Flip Aren't Quite 50/50 owl.li/XepbB
  • How Netflix Reverse Engineered Hollywood owl.li/Xewb0
  • What Will It Take for Humans to Colonize the Milky Way? owl.li/Xep58
  • Liberia after Ebola -- how human nature affects our response to disease owl.li/XbgxK
  • TED Playlist: the influence of algorithms owl.li/X9fl2
  • The invention of farming owl.li/X7X9Y
  • Meet the Winner of Architecture's Most Prestigious Prize owl.li/X87Qj
  • Data on the news-reading habits of 20 million Yahoo users could help advance recommendation algorithms. owl.li/X7EJQ
  • Juno Is Now Humanity’s Furthest-Flung Solar-Powered Craft owl.li/X84kl
  • A Neuroscientist on the Calming Powers of the To-Do List owl.li/X7DDU
  • Gallery: How to draw snowflakes the size of soccer fields owl.li/XbgDd
  • Artist Meticulously Carves Pencils to Recreate the World Around Him owl.li/X8273
  • ◉ Paola Antonelli: Rejection Is a Sign You’re Onto Something New - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/8/…
  • Meet The Woman Who Discovered 3 Of The 4 New Elements owl.li/X81x4
  • 122-Foot Titanosaur: Staggeringly Big Dino Barely Fits into Museum owl.li/X7zcq
  • An exclusive look behind the scenes at Google’s autonomous car testing center owl.li/X4RxQ
  • All The Money In The World, In A Single Chart owl.li/X4t5m
  • Secrets of the MIT Poker Course owl.li/X4Rmd
  • How to Take Advantage of Boredom, the Secret Ingredient of Creativity owl.li/X3YYQ
  • Wikipedia at 15: Millions of readers in scores of languages owl.li/X4Q0v
  • Start As Amateurs owl.li/X1x0G
  • You Don't Need New Ideas, You Need a New Perspective owl.li/X4Gws
  • Supernova Is 570 Billion Times Brighter Than the Sun, Pushes Limits of Known Physics — NOVA Next... owl.li/X7zjm
  • Artists Evolve: The Dangers of Creatively Typecasting Yourself owl.li/X4Gp7
  • Inside the Hidden World That Handles Your Holiday Returns owl.li/X1dJi
  • Architecture’s Most Prestigious Prize Goes to Alejandro Aravena owl.li/X1bQL
  • All The Money In The World, In A Single Chart owl.li/WVl7e
  • The Days of Microsoft Internet Explorer Are Numbered—But Its Sorry Legacy Will Live On owl.li/X0NTs
  • Illumina Jumps into Cancer Screening with $100 Million Spin-off Grail | MIT Technology Review owl.li/WVbuJ
  • To Attract New Listeners, Podcasts Need to Move Beyond Sound owl.li/WXAdj
  • The new way police are surveilling you: Calculating your threat ‘score’ owl.li/WV7zu
  • Buckblog: Don't Assume It's Difficult until It Is owl.li/WXqJB
  • In a step toward personalized drug testing, researchers coax human stem cells to form complex tissues. owl.li/X1uvG
  • 5 Pioneering Artworks That Trace The Rise Of Digital Art owl.li/WVl8T
  • A Neuroscientist Patiently Explains the Allure of the Adult Coloring Book owl.li/WUWp5
  • ◉ Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man owl.li/WRDgm
  • A New Hope for a Perplexing Mathematical Proof owl.li/WRBm1
  • This Is the Biggest Predictor of Career Success owl.li/WUWjC
  • The Father of Online Anonymity Has a Plan to End the Crypto War owl.li/WRBkB
  • Japan’s Minimalist Version of Lego Is Actually Awesome owl.li/WUW15
  • Tom Stoppard: I Want to be Like Verdi owl.li/WRBiY
  • 3 ways the brain creates meaning owl.li/WUmAg
  • The White House Is Joining With Genius to Annotate History | WIRED owl.li/WV1ZP
  • Fascinating 1920s and 1930s Book Jackets From the NY Public Library owl.li/WRZbH

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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