The Week's Links: April 1, 2016

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • The History of Aretha, in Ten Videos - The New Yorker owl.li/109inR
  • Ugg: the look that refused to die | Marisa Meltzer | Fashion | The Guardian owl.li/109i1V
  • First look: The last ever interview with Dr Oliver Sacks owl.li/108t8J
  • How Meryl Streep Battled Dustin Hoffman, Retooled Her Role, and Won Her First Oscar owl.li/109hMW
  • An early Beatles gig for only 18 people owl.li/106kMI
  • Planet Money Explores The Economics Of T-Shirts owl.li/109hk0
  • Amateur Astronomers Capture an Asteroid or Comet Colliding With Jupiter owl.li/106kjt
  • Inside France’s National Food Festival owl.li/109iqd
  • Three Lessons On Innovation I Learned During My 12 Years At Apple owl.li/108vhN
  • How The 2016 Olympic Logo and Font were Created owl.li/108uFZ
  • How Hearst Tried to Stop ‘Citizen Kane' owl.li/106k0f
  • The Met Digitally Restores the Colors of an Ancient Egyptian Temple, Using Projection Mapping... owl.li/106jJk
  • ◉ A 1990s Disney Animation Studio Software Demo owl.li/100Nva
  • 300-Year-Old Library Features Beautiful Long Hall Filled With Thousands of Books owl.li/104PFy
  • Rare example of lost language found on stone hidden 2500 years ago owl.li/106jHz
  • Alaska’s Volcano Cools Down, While a Chilean One Heats Up owl.li/104PA8
  • The Rarefied Art Of Fencing Explained With NFL-Style Graphics owl.li/1067Oe
  • James Patterson Has a Big Plan for Small Books owl.li/103C6K
  • This Amazing Amsterdam Tunnel Keeps Bikes And Pedestrians Apart--And Cars Out owl.li/1067qH
  • Winning Photos from the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards | The Creators Project owl.li/104PW0
  • The 'Not Face' Is Universally Understood - D-brief owl.li/103BXJ
  • Harvard’s Michael Sandel Launches “The Global Philosopher,” a New Digital Show Exploring Pressing Philosophical... owl.li/103paz
  • ◉ Journalism in the Age of Data, a Visually Stunning Documentary owl.li/100Nnp
  • Network visualization: mapping Shakespeare's tragedies owl.li/103aks
  • Why Filtering in Social Media Is Becoming Inevitable owl.li/103i1M
  • George Lois: Have the Heart of an Artist and the Soul of a Salesman owl.li/1039pu
  • Dr. Strangelove joins the Criterion Collection owl.li/103fHW
  • The View from a Himalayan Glacier owl.li/1035ac
  • The off-kilter cinematography of Mr. Robot owl.li/103fBi
  • Magic Roundabout: Circumnavigating the World’s Most Complex Intersection - 99% Invisible owl.li/103ayb
  • Inside Europe's Awe-Inspiring Recycling Centers, Where Machines Eat Your Junk owl.li/102CnD
  • ◉ Physics, dance and the beach owl.li/100MZ0
  • Kubrick's 'Dr. Strangelove' Meets Immersive Theater in London | The Creators Project owl.li/1002fp
  • These Maps Display All The Beautiful And Horrible Sounds Of 12 Cities owl.li/102Cky
  • Studio Ghibli's Animation Software Is Now Free | The Creators Project owl.li/1002al
  • Future Moon Bases Might Be Built in Underground Lava Tubes owl.li/10351q
  • These Are The 10 Weirdest Interview Questions Employers Are Asking owl.li/102Cds
  • Poetic Snowy Landscapes at Night owl.li/ZZQsq
  • Design Facts, a list of exactly that... owl.li/100Mkd
  • Your Permission to Drink 5 Cups of Coffee a Day -- Science of Us owl.li/1007sq
  • MIT’s Clever New Drone Draws What You Do. Mostly owl.li/ZYu3u
  • Steps Arranged by Women, With History, at Dance Theater of Harlem - The New York Times owl.li/ZYdb9
  • ◉ Frans Johansson: The Secret Truth About Executing Great Ideas owl.li/100MEV
  • Netflix’s Grand, Daring, Maybe Crazy Plan to Conquer the World owl.li/ZYcFU
  • City Ballet Season to Feature Two Premieres by Women owl.li/ZYdai
  • Mapping the Census Like It's 1870 owl.li/ZXGdQ
  • How Safe is Broadway? What Theaters Do to Keep Audiences Secure owl.li/ZYd9C
  • The Mystery of the Minimal Cell, Craig Venter’s New Synthetic Life Form owl.li/ZXGdy
  • You’re <em>Excited</em>, Not Nervous. You Just Keep Telling Yourself That. owl.li/ZYcPB
  • A Brief History of the Zoot Suit owl.li/ZYu4N
  • Gallery: The boiling river in the Amazon owl.li/ZYcHH
  • Time lapse video of a year's worth of sunrises owl.li/ZWccI
  • Classic NYC street photos, from the 1930s and now owl.li/ZWc7I
  • Download 100,000 Free Art Images in High-Resolution from The Getty owl.li/ZVViQ
  • How Scandinavian design took over the world owl.li/ZWbKx
  • Free: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Offer 474 Free Art Books Online owl.li/ZVVhY
  • The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Puts Online 65,000 Works of Modern Art owl.li/ZVVmf
  • Google is making the excellent Nik Collection for professional photographers completely free owl.li/ZVRuN
  • Download 35,000 Works of Art from the National Gallery, Including Masterpieces by Van Gogh,... owl.li/ZVVll
  • Meet the largest science project in US government history—the James Webb Telescope owl.li/ZWhLW
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Puts 400,000 High-Res Images Online & Makes Them Free to Use owl.li/ZVVkt
  • Unexpected Land Art Beautifully Formed in Nature owl.li/ZVQrL
  • This Incredibly Rare 16th Century Book Opens In 6 Ways To Reveal 6 Different Books owl.li/ZVQqH
  • Rare, Poignant Photos of Frida Kahlo During the Last Years of Her Life owl.li/ZUhfi
  • The London Underground Has Its Own Mosquito Subspecies owl.li/ZVQng
  • 9 People Who Are Changing The Future Of Food owl.li/ZTyQf
  • Gallery: Sea creatures as you rarely get to see them owl.li/ZVss8
  • Winners of the Smithsonian Magazine's 2015 Photo Contest owl.li/ZRZ3H
  • Taking Note: Lessons in Collaboration & Creativity from Thomas Edison owl.li/ZVrBf
  • A Japanese AI Wrote a Novel, Almost Wins Literary Award owl.li/ZVRmq
  • Ten of the World's Most Disorienting Places owl.li/ZUhhX
  • Juste Debout: the world's biggest street-dance competition – video owl.li/ZRCZR
  • Two Items That Aren't On Your Meeting Agenda, But Should Be owl.li/ZRAz0
  • A dancer spins around 32 times on a pointed foot ... how is that even possible? owl.li/ZR7dZ
  • Is This a Facebook Post or a Great Short Story?  owl.li/ZRvjU
  • Watch Édith Piaf Sing Her Most Famous Songs: “La Vie en Rose,” “Non, Je Regrette Rien” & More owl.li/ZR5ND
  • The Sleeper Future Of Data Visualization? Photography owl.li/ZRrHG
  • Caught For The First Time: The Early Flash Of An Exploding Star owl.li/ZR5B9
  • Brain Hacking: Beyond the catchphrase owl.li/ZRFs3
  • How Walking Fosters Creativity: Stanford Researchers Confirm What Philosophers and Writers Have... owl.li/ZRcOc
  • A history of electronic music in 476 songs owl.li/ZRagc

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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