The Week's Links: February 12, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Movie references in The Simpsons owl.li/Yehtu
  • ◉ Typography Explained owl.li/Y5ePe
  • PBS Doc "Memory Hackers" Shows The Future Of Memory Manipulation owl.li/Yefi2
  • NASA vs Amtrak vs the National Park Service owl.li/Yehpt
  • Insights From a Scientist Who Implants Fake Memories in People’s Minds owl.li/Ye7Bm
  • The Facebook Primary: Where 2016 presidential candidates are winning the battle for likes. owl.li/Yehip
  • “Happy Birthday” is public domain, former owner Warner/Chapell to pay $14M owl.li/Ye7zo
  • Harry Potter and Cursed Child owl.li/YehFC
  • From Einstein to LIGO, a terrific NYT video primer owl.li/Yeh3Z
  • With an interface that looks like a chat platform, Quartz wants to text you the news in its new app owl.li/Yefw1
  • Misty Copeland Recreates Iconic Edgar Degas Artwork for Harper's Bazaar owl.li/YbUjJ
  • ◉ Prolific Writer Martin Mayer Interviewed in 1987 owl.li/Y5eGi
  • The National Archives Has Released a Coloring Book of Retro Patents owl.li/Y8CUx
  • Andy Rubin Unleashed Android on the World. Now Watch Him Do the Same With AI owl.li/Y8NVU
  • There's a Secret Chess Game in Facebook Messenger owl.li/Y8CqQ
  • You can train your body into thinking it’s had medicine owl.li/Y8MFw
  • Daring Fireball: Comparing Tech Companies by Revenue and Profit Per Employee, 2015 owl.li/Ydsee
  • Artur Fischer, Inventor With More Patents Than Edison, Dies at 96 owl.li/Y8AYA
  • What it's like to wait tables at Manchester's most popular photo op owl.li/Y8Mq2
  • France Is Paving Its Future with Solar | Big Think owl.li/Y8D1P
  • Wired Is Launching an Ad-Free Website to Appease Ad Blockers owl.li/Y879m
  • ◉ Alfred Hitchcock Explains McGuffins owl.li/Y5ev6
  • How One Man Accidentally Killed the Oldest Tree Ever owl.li/Y66fo
  • The Case For Teaching Your Kids To Code owl.li/Y86zf
  • New Ways Into the Brain’s ‘Music Room’ owl.li/Y66dB
  • How Gaming Director Keith Arem Developed His First "Transmedia" Film owl.li/Y86sS
  • ◉ 24 Maxims from Werner Herzog - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/5/…
  • New Game Firewatch Is a Beautiful, Emotional Gut Punch owl.li/Y669j
  • How Polling Station Design Could Influence Elections owl.li/Y86gm
  • How Tristram Shandy Became a Best-Seller Thanks to a Celebrity Blurb owl.li/Y8qtS
  • Virtual Pop Star Hatsune Miku Performs "Live" in Berlin | The Creators Project owl.li/Y66h1
  • It’s been 20 years since John Perry Barlow declared cyberspace independence owl.li/Y635k
  • ◉ Super Mario Bros Unleashed owl.li/Y5cYG
  • The Power of Creative Cross Training: How Experimentation Creates Possibility owl.li/Y5V2g
  • NASA’s Front-Line Defense Against Killer Rocks From Space owl.li/Y632O
  • Ad Age's 2015 Magazine A-List: See All the Winners owl.li/Y5Sgo
  • 44 Of The Most Breathtaking Shots In Michael Mann Movies owl.li/Y62FM
  • The NYTimes goes Flash Free Video owl.li/Y5See
  • A sigh's not just a sigh - it's a fundamental life-sustaining reflex owl.li/Y61Ua
  • 5 TED-Ed Lessons on Chinese history owl.li/Y65IT
  • We Have the Technology to Destroy All Zika Mosquitoes owl.li/Y5ZC2
  • Madrid Is Covering Itself In Plants To Help Fight Rising Temperatures owl.li/Y3vXl
  • Andrea Tsurumi: You'll Never Have "Enough Time" owl.li/Y2QHY
  • ◉ Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man owl.li/Y5cvN
  • The World's Longest-Running Experiment is Buried in a Secret Spot in Michigan owl.li/Y26iA
  • Can you solve these 5 TED-Ed riddles? owl.li/Y27uW
  • ◉ Attention Residue Is Ruining Your Concentration - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/21…
  • We got 10 CEOs to tell us their one killer interview question for new hires owl.li/Y0ATi
  • The Secret Jokes Hidden in Alice in Wonderland owl.li/Y27ua
  • NASA About To Put Finishing Touches On The Most Powerful Telescope Ever owl.li/Y0xth
  • What Makes Great Detective Fiction, According to T. S. Eliot - The New Yorker owl.li/Y27sv
  • Security News This Week: The White House Bans Its Own Security Researcher owl.li/Y26lX
  • Information Overload? Embrace "Intentional Ignorance" owl.li/Y0v1R
  • Otherworldly Photos From Inside One of the World's Largest River Caves owl.li/Y0mKR
  • The Story Of Mark Zuckerberg's TheFacebook.com, As Told By The Harvard Crimson In 2004 owl.li/XZVaw
  • What Nationality is a Baby Born Mid-Flight? owl.li/Y0l7n
  • Absurd Creature of the Week: The Mystery of Solenodon, the Mammal That Bites Like a Snake owl.li/XZV7n
  • The Noma Way owl.li/Y0l0a
  • Microsoft’s new way of cooling its data centers: Throw them in the sea | Ars Technica owl.li/XZV3T
  • 17 Scenes from 'The Revenant' Through the Eyes of Tarkovsky | The Creators Project owl.li/XZVjI
  • What's it like in space? owl.li/Y0wJl
  • Fantastic: A history of Japan owl.li/XZVfG
  • Infants Can See Things That Adults Cannot owl.li/XZUps
  • ‘The Force Awakens’ Reimagined As Calvin and Hobbes Will Make Your Heart Melt owl.li/XZLBP
  • Here's how Twitter's new algorithmic timeline is going to work owl.li/Y22IK
  • NSA Hacking Chief: Internet of Things Security Keeps Me Up at Night owl.li/XXPqY
  • Beautiful and Bizarre Vintage Valentines From the New York Public Library's Digital Collection owl.li/XZKv6
  • Papercraft Wigs and Gowns from Asya Kozina owl.li/XXP4L
  • The Scientific Secret to Perfect Nachos owl.li/XY5MX
  • AI Is Transforming Google Search. The Rest of the Web Is Next owl.li/XXGD2
  • Facebook: “each person in the world” is separated from every other by “an average of three and a half other people." owl.li/XY5ob
  • French law forbids food waste by supermarkets owl.li/XZUBW
  • How Stanley Kubrick Became Stanley Kubrick: A Short Documentary Narrated by the Filmmaker owl.li/XXPBz
  • From Berlin's warehouses to London's estates: how cities shape music scenes | Cities | The Guardian owl.li/XXbwd
  • Tattoo artist asserts copyright over customers' bodies owl.li/XXb0j
  • Elon Musk to unveil Mars plans this year, wants to go to space by 2020 owl.li/XWznx
  • The Lives of 10 Famous Painters, Visualized as Minimalist Infographic Biographies owl.li/XXaWj
  • The Science Behind Why You Can Make Snow—Even When It's Above Freezing owl.li/XUP9C
  • The Lost History Of The U.S. Nuclear Program, As Told By Its Business Cards owl.li/XX7uN
  • Shakespeare's Globe theatre takes Hamlet to Jungle - BBC News owl.li/XUKN6
  • Why The 21st-Century Economy Needs More Polymaths owl.li/XX7ec
  • The Life and Death and Life of Magazines owl.li/XXt5t
  • The Search For Alien Life Is Getting Bigger, Weirder, And More Contentious owl.li/XX56E

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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