Data: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • The Hunt For Freaky Facts: Why Data Is The Latest Tool In The Creative Kit  buff.ly/2nHSQ5N
  • Design is never neutral buff.ly/2ODkA70
  • Jack Dorsey says he’s rethinking the core of how Twitter works buff.ly/2Mihs3Z
  • We have measured the speed of death and it’s 2 millimetres an hour buff.ly/2MmXNji
  • These charity experiments successfully nudge people to give more buff.ly/2PdeBa5
  • How the Weather Channel is documenting the damage of climate change buff.ly/2OKYi3x
  • Pip Jamieson: Creativity should not be reserved for those who can afford it buff.ly/2wgFbGX
  • Damon Stapleton, chief creative officer of DDB New Zealand, on the most human moment in advertising - the pitch buff.ly/2w9z7jr
  • Blue is the safest colour: inside the logo colour palettes of global industries buff.ly/2wgENZ1
  • Inside the Research Lab Teaching Facebook About Its Trolls buff.ly/2MTOWBC
  • An inversion of nature: how air conditioning created the modern city buff.ly/2OzRHbU
  • How social media took us from Tahrir Square to Donald Trump buff.ly/2B91Iel
  • The Nastiest Feud in Science: A Princeton geologist has endured decades of ridicule for arguing that the fifth extinction was caused not by an asteroid but by a series of colossal volcanic eruptions. But she’s reopened that debate. buff.ly/2nsNjjC
  • The Woman Behind the New York Times’ High-Risk, High-Reward Business Strategy buff.ly/2KWdSql
  • Inside Evernote’s brain buff.ly/2nBEfJ6
  • What it's like to build the magical worlds of Secret Cinema buff.ly/2P65Q1s
  • We Need Transparency in Algorithms, But Too Much Can Backfire buff.ly/2NDcD1f
  • 25 Immersive Creators and Companies to Watch in NYC buff.ly/2B7KVZ0
  • A small team of student AI coders beats Google’s machine-learning code buff.ly/2w5XVbS
  • What Exactly Does It Mean to Call for “Ethics in Design”? buff.ly/2vLYuYY
  • This is how tiny changes in words you hear impacts your thinking buff.ly/2MmVP1y
  • Unknown Unknowns: The Problem of Hypocognition. We wander about the unknown terrains of life, complacent about what we know and oblivious to what we miss buff.ly/2MiUcTe
  • How to Rescue a Wet, Damaged Book: A Short, Handy Visual Primer buff.ly/2MIbANv
  • 6 Steps to Make Your Strategic Plan Really Strategic buff.ly/2Mjyrls
  • How to Tell Your Team That Organizational Change Is Coming buff.ly/2B9FKb6
  • 5 Things to Do When You Feel Overwhelmed by Your Workload buff.ly/2Mk8ylC
  • The Genetics (and Ethics) of Making Humans Fit for Mars buff.ly/2MlisU5
  • The Ultra-Pure, Super-Secret Sand That Makes Your Phone Possible buff.ly/2MHrckq
  • How Jack Daniel’s created an iconic brand by staying true to itself buff.ly/2P3cJ3z
  • Extreme tales from a record-breaking dive in the Antarctic buff.ly/2w9FrHJ
  • “Wabbit Twacks A linguistic analysis of Looney Tunes.” buff.ly/2w3xIdR
  • Turkey's Göbekli Tepe: is this the world’s first architecture? buff.ly/2B4tt7K
  • 400 free online courses with credits that can count towards your degree buff.ly/2vw2Of4
  • In conversation with Richard Gingras, VP of Google News buff.ly/2rDipGB
  • Can A Simple Design Hack Save The Comments Section? buff.ly/2LTSho2
  • Hypnotic Music Ages This Wine to Perfection buff.ly/2w0DVri
  • What It's Like to Wallow in Your Own Facebook Data buff.ly/2nkgipz
  • With New Urgency, Museums Cultivate Curators of Color buff.ly/2nuPByo
  • How Gala helped build the Salvador Dalí brand buff.ly/2vZRQhg
  • Matt Groening Goes Medieval With New Series, ‘Disenchantment’ buff.ly/2vZsS1m
  • The apology from Benjamin Franklin that predicted the fight over falsehood and hate on social media buff.ly/2vBT4Ql
  • For Two Months, I Got My News From Print Newspapers. Here’s What I Learned. buff.ly/2Hhj72v
  • What is the role of journalists in holding artificial intelligence accountable? buff.ly/2skPMP1
  • How Marissa Mayer created Google’s school for young “superheroes” buff.ly/2vUz0rx
  • What the Best Nonprofits Know About Strategy buff.ly/2OXF7nI
  • Mission to the Nearest Star: Fastest Spacecraft Ever Will Dare to Sample the Sun's Corona buff.ly/2KGnXaO
  • Redesigns and New Beginnings buff.ly/2AUcc0X
  • The History of the Silk Scarf buff.ly/2nuUjw9
  • To Remember, the Brain Must Actively Forget buff.ly/2mCxyWG
  • How Ikea quietly tweaks its design around the world buff.ly/2MbjJxN
  • When Twitter Engineers Speak Out, @jack Listens buff.ly/2KI3AtT
  • Watch a sporty AI teach itself how to dribble better than you can buff.ly/2OZfBi1
  • Inside Twitter’s Struggle Over What Gets Banned buff.ly/2vSExz0
  • 100 days of Motion Design buff.ly/2vWnrAe
  • Maria Konnikova Shows Her Cards: The well regarded science writer took up poker while researching a book. Now she’s on the professional circuit. buff.ly/2nrq4q2
  • Extremities of the Earth: The Northernmost Inhabited Point Part 2 | Worlds Revealed: Geography & Maps at The Library Of Congress buff.ly/2nu02Cj
  • It's Never Too Late to Be a Reader Again buff.ly/2w2yEPE
  • ◉ Recommended: Frenemies: The Epic Disruption of the Ad Business (and Everything Else) - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • How reading rewires your brain for more intelligence and empathy buff.ly/2nBsGSp
  • 5 Scientific Ways to Build Habits That Stick buff.ly/2IqYDc5
  • How Man Made Music Uses Sound to Brand Everything from the Super Bowl to Electric Cars buff.ly/2zu3Xbj
  • MoMA’s Senior Design Curator explores how artificial intelligence helps designers reach visual and functional goals buff.ly/2vVe9EH
  • 10 Ways to Lead a More Fulfilling Creative Career buff.ly/2nmpaLk
  • How the Smithsonian is turning its art exhibitions into virtual reality experiences buff.ly/2OWMFak
  • Exclusive: Spotify CEO Daniel Ek on Apple, Facebook, Netflix–and the future buff.ly/2OVbIKV
  • The Girls Fighting Stereotypes in the World of Scholastic Chess buff.ly/2MrQ3IB
  • Finding new music in the algorithm age buff.ly/2OXAZ7h
  • The Strange David and Goliath Saga of Radio Frequencies buff.ly/2OXNShJ
  • Can breaking news break through on Facebook? (A post by Facebook) buff.ly/2AVA4Bj
  • The case for puns as the most elevated display of wit buff.ly/2OTVaDe
  • 'It's about time': Central Park's first historical female monument to arrive in 2020 buff.ly/2vOFd8t
  • Philly arts alert: Your 8 p.m. curtain time is not a sure thing anymore buff.ly/2Mvaqor
  • Why Do Some of the Most Talented Dancers Never "Make It"? buff.ly/2OY59rc

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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