The Week's Links: March 4, 2016

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • 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
  • A story of last words owl.li/YQLoC
  • 2/26: How Two Llamas And A Dress Gave Us The Internet's Greatest Day owl.li/YQJT7
  • ◉ The Itch of Curiosity owl.li/YQSli
  • 11 rare color photos from the set of I Love Lucy owl.li/YQAKA
  • Maradona and Jesus: shifts in global fame through the ages owl.li/YQJL7
  • This Was Once the Fifth Playing Card Suit owl.li/YQAEy
  • What’s the tallest loop-the-loop roller coaster that we could ever build and ride safely? — Rock... owl.li/YQGNV
  • Gorgeous Stop-Motion Experiment Animates Solid Porcelain | The Creators Project owl.li/YQAuw
  • Maradona and Jesus: shifts in global fame through the ages owl.li/YQLro
  • Disney Introduces Demand-Based Pricing at Theme Parks - The New York Times owl.li/YQBwX
  • You Know How Spoons Splash Under Faucets? MIT Made It an Art owl.li/YQAMb
  • Gorillas Hum Happy Tunes While They Eat, New Research Finds owl.li/YQAmQ
  • The Little-Known Medical History of Homesickness owl.li/YQAl1
  • ◉ Master Planner: Fred Brooks Shows How to Design Anything owl.li/YQShD
  • A Daring Filmmaker Shoots a Timelapse in a Forest Fire [Exclusive Photos] | The Creators Project owl.li/YQyV0
  • Your Creative Calendar: 63 Things To Do, See, and Hear In March owl.li/Z01Dz
  • This Ringed Bridge in Uruguay Is Awesome for so Many Reasons owl.li/YQAiS
  • Driest Place in North America Super Blooms with Yellow Wildflowers owl.li/YQyAH
  • A Visual History of Homes In America owl.li/YQAfW
  • The Year Of The Meta-Blockbuster owl.li/YQyyP
  • Interview: Colin Peter Field of the Hemingway Bar Paris owl.li/YQAeL
  • Alfajores, a Sweet Excuse for Making Dulce de Leche owl.li/YQAoE
  • Academia Still Has a Bad Gobbledygook Problem -- Science of Us owl.li/YQAbw
  • Live music, onstage at TED owl.li/YQxOj
  • Watch Scott Kelly’s Historic Return to Earth From the ISS. Landing 11:25pm EST owl.li/YXuU8
  • Watch the Trailer for a “Fully Painted” Van Gogh Film: Features 12 Oil Paintings Per Second by 100+ Painters owl.li/YQ2oa
  • ◉ The Evolution of Storytelling Revisited owl.li/YQS2U
  • A New Study on Adopted Kids Takes on the Tiny Question of Nature Versus Nurture owl.li/YPZ1b
  • Library of Congress Acquires Four Decades of Courtroom Art, Spanning Manson to Madoff owl.li/YPZfS
  • Book Towns: Where Reading Is the Reason to Live owl.li/YPYZ6
  • Lava + Ash + Lightning = the Perfect Volcano Photo owl.li/YPZem
  • The Stacks: How Nina Simone Discovered Her Genius owl.li/YQxWf
  • ◉ Why Can't We Stop Having Meetings? - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/3/1/…
  • Caffeine For Sale: The Hidden Trade Of The World's Favorite Stimulant owl.li/YPYXy
  • Watch the Trailer for a “Fully Painted” Van Gogh Film: Features 12 Oil Paintings Per Second by 100+ Painters owl.li/YPZaB
  • The Library That Put Readers in Cages owl.li/YPZ4W
  • Thanks to Sneaky Scanners, Anyone Can 3D Print a Copy of Nefertiti’s Bust owl.li/YPYQC
  • For the First Time Chemists Measure the Energy of a Chemical Reaction's Transition State owl.li/YPYQe
  • ◉ Borges: The Task of Art owl.li/YQRSJ
  • How Would We Even Know If Our Machines Achieved Consciousness? owl.li/YPK2j
  • Space Photos of the Week: The Milky Way Gets a Close-Up owl.li/YPYPP
  • The Strange Case of the Man With No Name — MEL Magazine owl.li/YPJRK
  • ◉ Umberto Eco: From Internet to Gutenberg (1996) - smartercreativity.com/blog/2016/2/28…
  • More Than A Beautiful Shell: Rebranding The World's Most Iconic Building owl.li/YPU83
  • Reddit Is a Significant Source of News for its Users, Pew Report Says owl.li/YPJ5f
  • ◉ Recommended: The Man Who Invented Fiction: How Cervantes Ushered in the Modern World - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • MIT Has Invented The Crazy, Sensor-Loaded Duct Tape Of The Future owl.li/YPU5T
  • Google’s Tripply AI Neural Nets Put On an Art Show owl.li/YPYVq
  • Obama nominates African American woman to be Librarian of Congress owl.li/YPKd4
  • Cancer cons, phoney accidents and fake deaths: meet the internet hoax buster | Rachel Monroe | Technology | The... owl.li/YPIAn
  • Previously Unpublished Pics of Picasso in His Studio owl.li/YPHQL
  • Hack Brief: Last Year’s IRS Hack Was Way Worse Than We Realized owl.li/YPBT1
  • 8 TED Talks for foodies owl.li/YPHKn
  • 15 Things You Might Not Know About 'Christina’s World' owl.li/YPAMd
  • 10 TED Talks to help you survive the apocalypse owl.li/YPHGp
  • The Untold Casualties of the Drone War owl.li/YPAIY
  • The case for optimism on climate change owl.li/YPHBC
  • Inside The Obama Administration’s Attempt To Bring Tech Companies Into The Fight Against ISIS owl.li/YPIWk
  • At Harvey Mudd College, the Ratio of Women in CS Increased from 10% to 40% in 5 Years. — Backchannel owl.li/YPHym
  • Illumina, the Google of Genetic Testing, Has Plans for World Domination owl.li/YOFdx
  • The Hunt For The Government's Oldest Computer owl.li/YO65K
  • A low-tech visit to Mexico City’s high-tech urban surveillance center. owl.li/YHZWp
  • Dance with the Future at Switzerland's Sci-Fi Museum | The Creators Project owl.li/YNSnh
  • Teachers are using theater and dance to teach math — and it’s working owl.li/YHZOA
  • To Predict the Trajectory of the Internet of Things, Look to the Software Industry owl.li/YLmR5
  • What the All Writs Act of 1789 Has to Do With the iPhone owl.li/YHFxr
  • Deserted London — Photos by Genaro Bardy owl.li/YIDbv
  • A Statistical Analysis Of Stephen Colbert’s First 100 Episodes Of ‘The Late Show’ owl.li/YOFWa
  • The chemistry of matches (in super slow motion) owl.li/YICEN
  • Photos of Majestic Theaters Turned To Ruin owl.li/YHF3l
  • Inside The First Museum Retrospective Of A Video Game Designer owl.li/YHES6
  • Google Is Going to Speed Up the Web. Is This Good? — Backchannel owl.li/YHDtt
  • The Future Of Tangible Interfaces: 5 Insights Backed By Science owl.li/YHEcL
  • Mysterious “Music” Spooked Apollo 10 Astronauts owl.li/YGd61
  • PBS Documentaries Predict The Light And Dark Of Technology owl.li/YHE4y
  • Brand New: New Identity for Sydney Opera House by Interbrand and Collider owl.li/YGd1R
  • This Map Shows Us Why Tor Is so Important | Big Think owl.li/YHE09
  • Don't Be Misled. The Apple-FBI Fight Isn't About Privacy vs. Security owl.li/YHFoQ
  • The U.S. Is Building Tools To Scan The Social Media Activity Of Visa Applicants owl.li/YHDx4

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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