Hyperpolyglots: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • The Mystery of People Who Speak Dozens of Languages buff.ly/2BYf4ud
  • Slightly More Than 100 Fantastic Articles buff.ly/2MD8z58
  • Milton Glaser on Making New Work at 89 and Why ‘Retirement Is a Trap’ buff.ly/2wvKjH3
  • How ‘Grand Theft Auto’ Is Changing the Way the World Experiences Music buff.ly/2omMn0u
  • Cary Fukunaga Doesn't Mind Taking Notes from Netflix's Algorithm buff.ly/2wlr1Fc
  • Sucking the Life Out of Mona Lisa buff.ly/2wqQ1e7
  • Ordinary People Focus on the Outcome. Extraordinary People Focus On the Process. buff.ly/2wp6mA5
  • 28 Pieces of Productivity Advice I Stole From Others That Made Me Successful buff.ly/2LvByCw
  • The key lessons I learned creating a popular Design System buff.ly/2MPau2l
  • Use these 3 brain hacks to do something uncomfortable buff.ly/2wnYezX
  • The underappreciated genius of retro video game fonts buff.ly/2MZ7io7
  • “Read my lips: the rise and rise of photo-editing Amy Odell goes in search of the digital facelift” buff.ly/2Nqy6KZ
  • “The largest set of aggregated data on cultural engagement anywhere in the world” is being made available for academic researchers. buff.ly/2Pf2SqF
  • Opinion | In Defense of Taking Things for Granted buff.ly/2BW2v2B
  • The (Very) Busy Person’s Guide to Getting More Sleep buff.ly/2NrtGnh
  • The terrifying, hidden reality of Ridiculously Complicated Algorithms buff.ly/2Pdrv7i
  • Procrastination 'is down to how mind works' buff.ly/2wjmfbo
  • Why Universities Need ‘Public Interest Technology’ Courses buff.ly/2BR4pS8
  • Inside the BBC’s “innovation incubator” buff.ly/2LvB6UV
  • Real wealth buff.ly/2vx2605
  • Design Debate: Have New Tech Innovations Made Work Life Easier or Harder? buff.ly/2KwGSVJ
  • ◉ 3 Minutes Of Branding Advice By Brian Collins - smartercreativity.com/blog/2018/8/28…
  • John Maeda: How a Fall Opened a New Chapter of Identity and Inclusion buff.ly/2P0bEZL
  • The Serious Security Problem Looming Over Robotics buff.ly/2BPslFs
  • The Instagram Generation: What happens when a society that values image over substance meets a medium dominated by the former? buff.ly/2Lr2cBh
  • The 10 Commandments of Good Products buff.ly/2PraIP3
  • Design for People, Use People Language – Julie Zhuo buff.ly/2w97PdF
  • The dilemma for Shakespeare theaters: Increasing audiences without selling their souls buff.ly/2Nn1FNO
  • Don’t underestimate the power of allowing an audience on stage buff.ly/2PI8HOG
  • The Guy Who Wouldn’t Write a Hit: An Interview with David Simon buff.ly/2MSEwpc
  • Are you smarter than a pigeon? buff.ly/2qVM1Qj
  • How can schools best prepare students for the future? Give them real work to do buff.ly/2LqXjDz
  • ◉ Recommended: Unthinkable: An Extraordinary Journey Through the World's Strangest Brains - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • How to get a good night’s sleep buff.ly/2LmBzIJ
  • Don't fail fast -- fail mindfully buff.ly/2PCOz04
  • It’s the year 2038–here’s how we’ll eat 20 years in the future buff.ly/2BFy7tc
  • The color gray is no one’s color. It is the color of cubicles and winter camouflage, of sullage, of inscrutable complexity, of compromise. Ode to Gray buff.ly/2wdAbDt
  • Scientists Reveal the Number of Times You're Actually Conscious Each Minute Spoiler: It's not very often (and that's a good thing).buff.ly/2Nf8PTZ
  • How Hollywood Is Racing to Catch Up With Netflix buff.ly/2BMczLp
  • ‘You’re gonna cough during the entire performance?’ What dancers hear, see and sense from the stage. buff.ly/2BL6fEd
  • Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see buff.ly/2Lp6t36
  • The Case for Slow Design: Make art, not products buff.ly/2Pt2aqU
  • This is fantastic. It's like Google but for color: Picular buff.ly/2Ld0kqR
  • ◉ Vince Kadlubek: Make a Mind-Blowing Experience - smartercreativity.com/blog/2018/8/26…
  • Look Inside the World's Most Beautiful Libraries in a New 560-Page Photo Book by Massimo Listri buff.ly/2BdhapC
  • Underwater and airborne craft can now communicate directly and wirelessly. buff.ly/2w8qqGR
  • Why do startups fail? A postmortem of 256 failed startups. buff.ly/2wb8xXN
  • The evolutionary mystery of gigantic human brains buff.ly/2wauJBd
  • Say Hello to Stratolaunch, The Largest Airplane Ever Created buff.ly/2MBt1Tc
  • Gallery: Meet 6 bewitching, rarely seen creatures from the ocean’s twilight zone buff.ly/2BHS96a
  • This town will get its heat from an unlikely source: a data center buff.ly/2Pz6epB
  • Bacteria can be used to turn type A blood into universal type O buff.ly/2w7GtEN
  • New world map is a more accurate Earth and shows Africa’s full size buff.ly/2LiZuIZ
  • A Guide to Combining Fonts buff.ly/2o54urH
  • Top 10 Characteristics of GREAT Project Managers buff.ly/2BFoRoU
  • Who needs democracy when you have data? Here’s how China rules using data, AI, and internet surveillance. buff.ly/2LqcJIc
  • What to Do If You Feel Trapped by Your Circumstances buff.ly/2w4GJEG
  • A comprehensive guide to yellow stripey things buff.ly/2w9nSIl
  • Giphy has launched the first-ever film festival dedicated to gifs buff.ly/2LkqYOH
  • Good Things Happen in Book Stores buff.ly/2w7gDR5
  • The Appeal of Lonely Places buff.ly/2Lnwn7H
  • Blue Bottle Founder James Freeman’s Journey From Mozart to Cortados buff.ly/2wotihW
  • Creative is not a noun buff.ly/2wlmwK0
  • The Challenge of Scaling Soft Skills buff.ly/2LlMm5Z
  • Behind the Scenes at the World's Most Fascinating Workshops buff.ly/2w5HcX7
  • An Adorable Rodent Gives a Glimpse Into Earth’s Climate Chaos buff.ly/2LlaHsz
  • How Microsoft Tackles Russian Hackers—And Why It's Never Enough buff.ly/2OYJ3Ur
  • With Embryo Base Editing, China Gets Another Crispr First buff.ly/2BsK8SJ
  • InstaNovels: Bringing Classic Literature to Instagram Stories buff.ly/2LhwHom
  • The Untold Story of NotPetya, the Most Devastating Cyberattack in History buff.ly/2LiSprR
  • The end of ads: Advertising is obsolete, writes University of Kentucky’s Ramsi Woodcock. Here’s why it’s time to end it. buff.ly/2BCPfzU
  • A day in the life of a Waymo self-driving taxi buff.ly/2vXYS6G
  • 385 Feet of Crazy: The Most Audacious Flying Machine Ever wired.trib.al/XS7olOH
  • Is This the End of the TV Writers’ Room as We Know It? buff.ly/2Me5N5h

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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