The Week's Links: March 11, 2016

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Audience takes centre stage in pioneering virtual reality dance film owl.li/ZfsIe
  • Shakespeare's dad saved paintings from destruction by the King - BBC News owl.li/Zftzn
  • System loads Web pages 34 percent faster by fetching files more effectively owl.li/ZguA8
  • Play to explore alleged romance between Shakespeare and Earl of Southampton owl.li/Zfttb
  • America’s Highway Fonts Got More Drama Than The Bachelor owl.li/ZelHP
  • ◉ The fine dopamine line between creativity and schizophrenia owl.li/Z839P
  • The Boundary Stones: In Search of the Gravestones of Old DC owl.li/Zaz9Z
  • Syllabi as Cultural Artifacts: MIT’s Introduction to Media Studies (Part One) owl.li/Zdt6U
  • 1923 Photo of Claude Monet Colorized: See the Painter in the Same Color as His Paintings owl.li/Zaz60
  • Design is fine. History is mine. — “Do Not Disturb” Signs. More to see: collection of... owl.li/Zb7C1
  • IBM Watson lends its cognitive powers to the world of gaming owl.li/ZatD1
  • Seth Godin: What Makes An Idea Go Viral? owl.li/ZaFKP
  • The neuroscience of ADHD owl.li/ZeGd9
  • Optical illusions show how we see owl.li/ZaFCP
  • Elaborate Hand-Cut Paper Illustrations Filled with Breathtaking Detail owl.li/Z8FC5
  • ◉ Everything Is a Remix (Part One) owl.li/Z82OY
  • 33 thoughts on reading owl.li/Z87b2
  • The Epidemics That Have Defined Human History, In One Chart owl.li/Z8uuR
  • Log In to Your Phone with a Finger-Drawn Doodle Instead of a Password owl.li/Z7XNY
  • Cartoons Invade Classical Paintings owl.li/Z8b1j
  • ◉ Spielberg in 30 Shots - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/3/9/…
  • Artists Turn Songs into 3D-Printed Sculptures | The Creators Project owl.li/Z7XMi
  • Unusual Clouds over Hong Kong owl.li/Z8aXK
  • Rev. Robert Palladino, Scribe Who Shaped Apple’s Fonts, Dies at 83 owl.li/Z8GLJ
  • The Next Amazon (Or Apple, Or GE) Is Probably Failing Right Now owl.li/Z8aKb
  • Seven Women Conductors Who Deserve Attention owl.li/Z7XCR
  • NYC's newest transit hub is an Instagram lover's dream owl.li/Z7XA4
  • ◉ Ben Cameron: The true power of the performing arts owl.li/Z82IR
  • 8 TED Talks for the thoughtful traveler owl.li/Z7ceO
  • What Train Stations Mean to Cities, According to Santiago Calatrava owl.li/Z7XyI
  • 9 Interesting Digital Marketing Stats From the Past Week owl.li/Z7cdN
  • Are You Ready to Know the Truth About Banksy's Identity? owl.li/Z7QmE
  • ◉ Robots and Babies Both Use Curiosity to Learn -  smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/3/6/…
  • This Animated Movie About Van Gogh Is Made Entirely of Oil Paintings owl.li/Z7bUr
  • Study: Netflix is a major reason people don’t watch network TV owl.li/Z7Q55
  • War Nurse, Now 100, Saw It All - The New York Times owl.li/Z7XKM
  • A 10,000-Year-Old Forest Has Been Discovered, And It's Under Water owl.li/Z7PXB
  • Greg Armfield, Nairobi National Park, 19 November 2015 owl.li/Z7bRf
  • How Amazon’s Algorithm Gets You to Spend Money owl.li/Z7bOS
  • ◉ It Turns Out There Is Accounting for Taste owl.li/Z82tB
  • A Scotch Shortage Is Coming—And It Could Last for More Than a Decade owl.li/Z6J2v
  • How the Grimm Brothers Saved the Fairy Tale | Humanities owl.li/Z7bKB
  • A Plagiarism Scandal Is Unfolding In The Crossword World owl.li/Z6z5S
  • Super-Intelligent Humans Are Coming:Genetic engineering will one day create the smartest humans who have ever lived. owl.li/Z70HA
  • Psychologists Discovered a Simple Thing You Can Do When You Run Out of Ideas owl.li/Z7bSU
  • ◉ Saying No - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/3/5/…
  • 80004005: Why Error Messages Are Still So *&%$#! Indecipherable owl.li/Z5CgO
  • Google Ventures On How Sketching Can Unlock Big Ideas owl.li/Z70y0
  • Dive into an ocean photographer's world owl.li/Z6JK5
  • The 4 Most Important Things MythBusters Taught the World owl.li/Z5xZd
  • Restoring the world’s oldest library owl.li/Z5sgT
  • The End of the Stethoscope? owl.li/Z2Jr5
  • Grow plants without water owl.li/Z5saA
  • Inventor of email and savior of the @ sign, Ray Tomlinson, is dead at 74 owl.li/Z8lbi
  • How Snapchat Built a Business By Confusing Olds owl.li/Z2IT7
  • Could You Hack Your Brain To Get More Motivated? owl.li/Z4LYc
  • Anish Kapoor Gets Exclusive Rights to the World’s Darkest Material [UPDATED] owl.li/Z2yDa
  • Martin Scorsese Plays Vincent Van Gogh in a Short, Surreal Film by Akira Kurosawa owl.li/Z5yrN
  • Mapping data might have just revealed who the real Banksy is owl.li/Z4KdW
  • The Bizarre Branding Of America's Many, Many Secret Societies owl.li/Z4BW9
  • The 5 Types of Personal Projects (And How You Can Justify Pursuing Them) owl.li/Z2xOo
  • Thoreau on the Difference Between an Artisan, an Artist, and a Genius owl.li/Z1XIN
  • Meet The Art Historian Decoding Martian Data For NASA owl.li/YYRT7
  • Why The Art World Is Fighting Over A Bizarre Material Developed For Satellites owl.li/Z1RfR
  • The Best Photographs From Scott Kelly's Year In Space owl.li/YYaSn
  • How A 145-Year-Old Art Museum Stays Relevant In The Smartphone Age owl.li/Z01za
  • Gene Editing May Have Just Unlocked a Solution to Another Life-Threatening Disease owl.li/YYaLc
  • Ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt To Head Pentagon Innovation Board owl.li/YZZLP
  • Visual survey of NYC's disposable coffee cups owl.li/Z2yru
  • Encryption Pioneers Win Computing’s Most Prestigious Award owl.li/YZZHu
  • AT&T Will Let You Get Cable TV Without Having Cable—Or a TV owl.li/YXuXJ
  • ◉ A Storytelling & Transmedia Master Class In 10 Short Videos owl.li/YQSt7
  • James Gleick on the Common Character Traits of Geniuses owl.li/YSphW
  • As Astronaut Scott Kelly Returns To Earth, PBS Celebrates Space Explorers Then And Now owl.li/YWFud
  • A new kind of logic: How to upgrade the way we think owl.li/YQNKX
  • How Google Is Turning Cities Into R&D Labs owl.li/YW8wy
  • The Coen brothers: shot, reverse shot owl.li/YQM96
  • Ask Smithsonian: Could the Volcano Beneath Yellowstone National Park Ever Erupt? owl.li/YXzc1
  • The Biggest Problem With Robots Is That We Trust Them—Even When They're Wrong owl.li/YW8q4
  • 5 Times Crayola Retired Its Crayons owl.li/YSplR

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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