The Week's Links: February 19, 2016

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • This flower, preserved in amber, may be 45 million years old owl.li/Ymdc3
  • Frogs Are Really Cool. Too Bad Humans Are Killing Them All owl.li/YlV7j
  • Headshot: A visual history of first-person shooters owl.li/Yjv2q
  • ◉ Textual Playlists owl.li/YixjK
  • 22 Handy Slack Hacks Everyone Should Know — ReadThink (by HubSpot) owl.li/YiYRp
  • Supreme Court Justices Have a Thing for Shakespeare owl.li/Yjv0N
  • The Future of Security: The Bottom Line — Backchannel owl.li/YiYCc
  • Can You Spot the Suspicious Behavior in These Photos? owl.li/YjmgL
  • How did the lightbulb become associated with a new idea? — Cultural Facts of the Day owl.li/YiYz3
  • The New Celebrity Power Move: Keeping Secrets owl.li/Yji8h
  • The Best Visualization Of The Gravitational Waves Discovery Yet owl.li/YjBx2
  • ◉ Kubrick In Color - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/2/14…
  • Don’t create a sense of urgency, foster a sense of purpose. owl.li/YiYRZ
  • How an AI Algorithm Learned to Write Political Speeches owl.li/Yiz5z
  • ◉ Paola Antonelli Presentation At Creative Mornings owl.li/Yix5H
  • Spine of the South – The Andes in Timelapse owl.li/Yiyob
  • feltron — nevver: Inception ala Istanbul, Aydın Büyüktaş owl.li/YiyLz
  • New App Lets You Explore Hieronymus Bosch’s “The Garden of Earthly Delights” in Virtual Reality owl.li/Yiyad
  • Why walking is the ideal speed to see the world owl.li/Yiyv0
  • Download Hundreds of Van Gogh Paintings, Sketches & Letters in High Resolution owl.li/Yiy8U
  • The surprising stories behind clever inventions owl.li/Yiytx
  • Until 1950, U.S. Weathermen Were Forbidden From Talking About Tornados owl.li/YiY1C
  • ◉ The Struggle for Art in A World Obsessed with Popularity - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/2/14…
  • Hong Kong At Night — Photos by Peter Stewart owl.li/YiyoY
  • Take a Free Online Course on Making Animations from Pixar & Khan Academy owl.li/Yiy7c
  • ◉ The Icons of 35 Iconic Films Animated in 35mm owl.li/YiwXP
  • Off Grid, An Instrumental Music Video Composed of Psychedelic Jazz Performances Found on YouTube owl.li/YivHc
  • Hear Gabriel García Márquez’s Extraordinary Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, “The Solitude Of... owl.li/Yiy2E
  • Why Do Mosquitoes Bite Some People More Than Others? owl.li/Yirbc
  • Music in the Brain: Scientists Finally Reveal the Parts of Our Brain That Are Dedicated to Music owl.li/YixJH
  • How 2 Sisters and 1 Murder Inspired 500 Songs owl.li/YiraA
  • The Princeton Bitcoin Textbook Is Now Free Online owl.li/Yiy7L
  • LIFE Magazine’s Guide to Kissing, Circa 1942 owl.li/YixIm
  • ◉ Chris Anderson: Follow the Money - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/2/14…
  • What Gravitational Waves Sound Like: New Audio of Black Holes Colliding Confirms Predictions... owl.li/YixHa
  • Short story collection smuggled out of North Korea sparks global interest owl.li/Yir8l
  • ◉ The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams owl.li/YiwSN
  • Why the Best Film about Pablo Picasso Is a Graphic Novel | Big Think owl.li/YiqDA
  • The Interesting Story Behind the Famous Japanese Island That Houses Thousands of Feral Bunnies owl.li/Yij7i
  • The Transit Map Hall of Shame, An Online Collection of Some of the Worst Public Transit System Maps owl.li/Yijz9
  • This Designer Wants To Give Every City Its Own Free Typeface owl.li/YiiI9
  • Slow Motion Video Showing How a Bumble Bee Dislodges Pollen From a Flower owl.li/YijvZ
  • “Idea debt” is when you spend more time thinking about doing the work than actually doing the work. owl.li/YiiEW
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains the Significance of Gravitational Waves and How They Were Detected owl.li/YijlI
  • The Strange and Mysterious History of the Ouija Board owl.li/Yir9w
  • The Colorful History of the Bold But Often Misunderstood Umlaut owl.li/YijdW
  • ◉ Meet The Man Who Saved Apple - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/1/18…
  • Homeland Security to amp up social media screening to stop terrorism, Johnson says owl.li/YihVG
  • Check Out This Long-Lost Video of Steve Jobs Unveiling NeXT owl.li/Yihao
  • Google is giving away 2GB of Drive space for completing its account security checkup owl.li/YhXJR
  • 50 Spellbinding Fairy Tales on Film owl.li/YiauO
  • Thomas Edison National Historical Park to be Featured in New Partnership with Google and the... owl.li/YhXIu
  • Michael Mann on Directing, Visual Motifs, and That Scene in 'Heat' owl.li/Yiatu
  • James Pindell is trying to bring The Boston Globe’s election coverage to everyone by being... owl.li/YiioP
  • Women considered better coders – but only if they hide their gender owl.li/YhKbc
  • A Secret Bedroom Was Discovered in a Berlin Subway Tunnel owl.li/Yi0mM
  • Archaeologists Unearth More—a Lot More—of a Massive Underground City owl.li/Yi06i
  • I don't know a thing about futbol but have wondered: The Unseen Tech Behind the NFL's Virtual 1st-and-10 Line owl.li/Yhp0C
  • 932 WPA posters from the online catalog of the Library of Congress owl.li/YhoVT
  • This Chart Shows Who Marries CEOs, Doctors, Chefs and Janitors owl.li/YeiAi
  • Gorgeous: Space Tourism Posters owl.li/Yhj4M
  • Hearing a ripple in space-time owl.li/YeikZ
  • Shooting in Zero-G in a Single Take: Behind the Scenes of OK Go's New Music Video owl.li/YfrvG
  • Gravitational Waves Exist: The Inside Story of How Scientists Finally Found Them owl.li/Yeifd
  • A Chameleon Robot Quickly Changes Color to Blend in With Different Backgrounds owl.li/Yek0M
  • Map Shows How Many Calories You Would Burn If You Walked Between Subway Stops owl.li/Yhp8B
  • How to change someone’s mind, according to science owl.li/YejcR
  • 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

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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