Failure: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • Good news: Mobile readers want more news, and want be to more loyal too buff.ly/2zna7I1

  • Quitting Instagram: She’s one of the millions disillusioned with social media. But she also helped create it. buff.ly/2FCKaJU

  • How Nature Impacts Your Creativity with Florence Williams buff.ly/2S8h0DA

  • The Woman Who Reinvented the Moon: A MacArthur “genius grant” winner writes a new lunar origin story. buff.ly/2qYkcWO

  • How To Find Your Calling, According to Psychology buff.ly/2Ae1Khn

  • The Challenge of Eating Alone In Public buff.ly/2TuXCSO

  • When the runway ends: Jana Kleitsch, CEO of Wanderlust Society, writes about the other F word—failure. buff.ly/2S28A0s

  • The strange, surprisingly radical roots of the shopping mall buff.ly/2jmbVfs

  • Behind Dense Discovery: creating a fully customised weekly newsletter buff.ly/2S5GH7R

  • A Space of Their Own, a New Online Database, Will Feature Works by 600+ Overlooked Female Artists from the 15th-19th Centuries buff.ly/2AV9Qgc

  • Hundreds of Wonderful Japanese Firework Designs from the Early-1900s: Digitized and Free to Download buff.ly/2DfXfGe

  • 7 Tips From Ernest Hemingway on How to Write Fiction buff.ly/2B4Xr9w

  • NASA Digitizes 20,000 Hours of Audio from the Historic Apollo 11 Mission: Stream Them Free Online buff.ly/2zYdMuY

  • Why Fashion Brands All Use the Same Style Font buff.ly/2S505Sm

  • The latest Mars-bound craft arrives in a few days’ time buff.ly/2RbrToc

  • 11 Creatives on Working Through Imposter Syndrome buff.ly/2TvFCrI

  • How Data Drove Amazon Towards Two New HQs – Financial Times – Medium buff.ly/2T0rWol

  • From Gene Editing to A.I., How Will Technology Transform Humanity? buff.ly/2A7XWOC

  • Download 569 Free Art Books from The Metropolitan Museum of Art buff.ly/2A6X6BC

  • The Columnists on Secrets: Leaders in the Arts, Entertainment and Other Fields Describe the Power of Secrets buff.ly/2AbQ1js

  • David Chang’s Culinary Universe Is Still Growing buff.ly/2KlYQM6

  • Nature, Nurture and the Art of Creation in Manual Cinema’s Astonishing ‘Frankenstein’ buff.ly/2TvcL6S

  • How immersive technologies have sparked a theatrical revolution buff.ly/2Or4a67

  • Has Augmented Reality Pioneer Magic Leap Fallen Off a Cliff? buff.ly/2zEV9vT

  • The Designer's Responsibility to Keep Up with New Technologies buff.ly/2QVlLjX

  • Motivating Your Most Creative Employees buff.ly/2qTo8rR

  • What Stan Lee Knew About Managing Creative People buff.ly/2FqLgrU

  • Your Drone Can Give Cops a Surprising Amount of Your Data buff.ly/2S1Eyu2)

  • Kilogram Redefined. The Metric System Overhaul Is Complete buff.ly/2DMk3hN)

  • How to Teach Artificial Intelligence Some Common Sense buff.ly/2DLQs8k)

  • The Mad Science of Fermentation's Funky Flavors buff.ly/2S1kU1g)

  • What Great Listeners Actually Do buff.ly/2zUStul

  • Lost Art: when works disappear into private collections :Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see buff.ly/2DJBfo1

  • How to push past your biggest anxieties and act buff.ly/2Ka3jl3

  • A Doctor Created A Human Anatomy Diagram In The Style Of A Subway Map And It's Friggin' Gorgeous buff.ly/2KbmBXf

  • Why 536 was ‘the worst year to be alive’ buff.ly/2PXg3kn

  • A librarian's case against overdue book fines buff.ly/2qQVise

  • How a long-forgotten virus could help us solve the antibiotics crisis buff.ly/2qTrQBP

  • 8 Tips On Becoming a Power Napping Expert buff.ly/2Kx3r1f

  • How Ikea quietly tweaks its design around the world buff.ly/2A5fqLm

  • How following a schedule improved my creativity buff.ly/2MiHvYw

  • How To Be Productive According To Ancient Philosophy buff.ly/2zOZInB

  • How did the internet take over our lives? buff.ly/2qQzOM5

  • The Benefit of Analogies - The Book of Life buff.ly/2zrUE8A

  • The Value of Reading Things We Disagree with - The Book of Life buff.ly/2Kampap

  • The Task of Turning Vague Thoughts into More Precise Ones - The Book of Life buff.ly/2BaJmYq

  • Inside the New Industrial Revolution buff.ly/2FjyV8P

  • The rare form of machine learning that can spot hackers who have already broken in buff.ly/2TfqDBU

  • The IoT Needs a New Set of Eyes: Cameras for the Internet of Things will have to be fast, cheap, and powerful—and might not look like cameras at all buff.ly/2A7J56X

  • How 'miniature suns' could provide cheap, clean energy buff.ly/2PwwXGY

  • Survey reveals designers' favourite typefaces - Creative Review buff.ly/2zSwSCO

  • How Europe’s Smartest Agencies Are ‘Rewiring the Creative Machine’ buff.ly/2zZ5Yco

  • These 5 questions kill creativity buff.ly/2qWqxlX

  • Fei-Fei Li's Quest to Make Machines Better for Humanity buff.ly/2FrSThP)

  • Earwax reveals how humans have changed whales’ lives buff.ly/2QLVzbc

  • How The Wall Street Journal is preparing its journalists to detect deepfakes niemanlab.org/2018/11/how-th…

  • Why you should always thank your barista buff.ly/2PYglqW

  • 6 Biases Holding You Back From Rational Thinking – Robert Greene buff.ly/2Prf8Jj

  • Is marketing evil? – Seth Godin buff.ly/2B63Npe

  • How Alphonse Mucha’s Iconic Posters Came to Define Art Nouveau buff.ly/2FmaLKV

  • Jason Romeyko on the Magic of ÜberCreativity and AI buff.ly/2Tc9JEh

  • A Brief History of Clip Art - Sam Solomon buff.ly/2FocDTp

  • Secrets of the Creative Brain buff.ly/2NhkYY9

  • The slow death of purposeless walking buff.ly/2PpuGgO

  • David Hockney's Famed Pool Scene Sells for $90.3 M. at Christie's, New Record for Work by Living Artist at Auction - buff.ly/2A3OlrZ

  • Oliver Sacks on the Three Essential Elements of Creativity buff.ly/2hpT2U9

  • 43 Minutes Before Curtain With A Very Tense Mike Birbiglia buff.ly/2Fm2cQd

  • This Chemical Is So Hot It Destroys Nerve Fibers—in a Good Way buff.ly/2zRxSHb

  • A Creative Director's Inside Look at the Future of Mixed Reality buff.ly/2Fld15i

  • The British Army is carrying out a massive test of military robots and drones buff.ly/2PshcAE

  • Finally some good news: TV dramas are getting shorter buff.ly/2qKBarW

  • The 7 Craziest Ways CRISPR Is Being Used Right Now buff.ly/2zp7cxr

  • Watch Beatboxers Break It Down Inside an M.R.I. Scanner buff.ly/2B4XiTE

  • Everything you need to know about Digital Humans buff.ly/2QJW8CE

  • My journey to thank all the people responsible for my morning coffee buff.ly/2FhsmUb

  • Motivating Your Most Creative Employees buff.ly/2T6FUFf

  • Welcome to the Age of the Hour-Long YouTube Video buff.ly/2qEcyRi

  • Do Creative Ideas Work Better than Data-Driven Ones? buff.ly/2zAk8AG

  • How (And Why) ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ Made Contemporary Dance The Climax Of Its Finale buff.ly/2PnfqAV

  • Meet Yabin Wang, The Coolest Chinese Choreographer You've Never Heard Of buff.ly/2Fjo3YN

  • Listening to your materials buff.ly/2RFfcBN

  • The New York Times is digitizing more than 5 million photos dating back to the 1800s buff.ly/2B0YTKk

  • 5 words that don’t mean what they used to mean buff.ly/2B0PYbM

  • When People Would Rather Work with Competent Jerks Than Likable Fools buff.ly/2Fn2KFs

  • Better “nowcasting” can reveal what weather is about to hit within 500 meters buff.ly/2qHyZVP

  • If You Want to Get Better at Something, Ask Yourself These Two Questions buff.ly/2qDUPJY

  • Wallace & Gromit producers hand stake in business to staff buff.ly/2DxvQk5

  • Value Soars for Leonardo da Vinci Drawing After ‘Salvator Mundi’ buff.ly/2RRtnUK

  • The Secret Tools Magicians Use to Fool You buff.ly/2QCex3U)

  • What the Boston School Bus Schedule Can Teach Us About AI buff.ly/2QBefdH)


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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