Futuring: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • What making music does to your brain buff.ly/2v91TmJ

  • Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards - in pictures buff.ly/2Mr31ps

  • 10 reasons why Finland's education system is the best in the world buff.ly/2NPtr8O

  • Fall Preview 2018: Everything You Need to Watch, Hear, See, Read and Experience This Season buff.ly/2NMRyFh

  • These UX Designers are Rethinking the Voter Ballot  buff.ly/2xdMzmQ

  • Decision-Making Should Be a Required Course in Every High School buff.ly/2x5yibG

  • The dark history of our obsession with productivity buff.ly/2MteN2g

  • The Sharp Force and Disgraceful State of the Modern Aphorism buff.ly/2Qr48sh

  • The 2018 ARTnews Top 200 Collectors - buff.ly/2QvGz1J

  • Is the Symphony Orchestra an Endangered Species? buff.ly/2xgZ40K

  • Make Sure Everyone on Your Team Sees Learning as Part of Their Job buff.ly/2OkftJr

  • New National Endowment for the Arts research finds arts attendance is rising, but remains below 2002 levels. buff.ly/2Muga0O

  • Loneliness Is Not About “Being Alone” buff.ly/2x8W06W

  • Welcome to Web Design Museum. The museum exhibits over 900 carefully selected and sorted web sites that show web design trends between the years 1995 and 2005. buff.ly/2OiBeJu

  • The surprising link between stress and memory - Elizabeth Cox buff.ly/2Ndin68

  • The iPhone’s autocorrect is a blessing and a curse. A longtime Apple designer explains why it’s so hard to teach software to read your mind. buff.ly/2Qsw4Mr

  • Need More Self-Control? Try a Simple Ritual buff.ly/2Qr6CXJ

  • How to Use Social Media Responsibly During Hurricane Florence buff.ly/2p93Rhn

  • The Decision Matrix: How to Prioritize What Matters buff.ly/2N7GN0G

  • This startup is trying to beam cheap internet into low-income communities buff.ly/2xaEgJd

  • Google lifts the lid on how it deletes data from its cloud platform buff.ly/2xaowWz

  • Facebook will now fact-check pictures and videos buff.ly/2xbrYj6

  • Scott Belsky: How to Navigate the Messy Middle of a Creative Venture buff.ly/2NbgeIc

  • Don’t Let Email Zombies Eat Up Your Day The next time you want to interrupt yourself for a quick glance at your inbox, don't. buff.ly/2JrE78u

  • 10 Ways to Lead a More Fulfilling Creative Career buff.ly/2vvzk0x

  • Disabled people more engaged with arts than ever, figures reveal buff.ly/2CLSZ2x

  • How IoT is Powering the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Broadcasting buff.ly/2MrnR7S

  • Dedicated streaming service for classical music launches with over 1 million tracks buff.ly/2MpKEBg

  • John Legend, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice become EGOT winners buff.ly/2N9xspk

  • ‘Genuine’ Leonard ‘sold’ for €72m on classified ads site Avito buff.ly/2x6zyfm

  • Hundreds of Roman gold coins found in basement of old theater buff.ly/2MpIYrl

  • The dances in ‘Fortnite’ have become nearly as contagious as the game buff.ly/1NKpyMc

  • Remembering Paul Taylor, Dancemaker of Genius buff.ly/2xbFKSN

  • Wikipedia Has Received Thousands of Images for Their Archive of Brazil’s Museum Fire Losses buff.ly/2x9jwRe

  • The WIRED Guide to Virtual Reality buff.ly/2N5x9fh

  • The YouTube stars heading for burnout: ‘The most fun job imaginable became deeply bleak’ buff.ly/2Cux5kd

  • Are YouTube’s Algorithms Fueling Creator Burnout? buff.ly/2PMGje9

  • Designing Automation Systems to Be Calm: Five Principles buff.ly/2Nu92WE

  • The clever psychology of Disneyland’s design buff.ly/2NhddFp

  • The Future of Music Festivals Is … the Internet? buff.ly/2Nv1eRz

  • Isabelle Riva: How the Unity game engine will democratize film buff.ly/2nDeBU9

  • 13 Immersive Things — claymation games, AI theatre, VR/AR escape rooms, enchanted objects and more… buff.ly/2x1dxPm

  • The Decision Matrix: How to Prioritize What Matters buff.ly/2Pxp6ED

  • Meet the Literary Design Studio Bringing Classic Literature to New Technology buff.ly/2JoSMAy

  • Google’s 20th anniversary: how the world’s best search engine ate the world buff.ly/2oMJKFj

  • Your brain power varies throughout the year, peaking in autumn buff.ly/2x0qqch

  • Why your desk job is so damn exhausting. One of the great mysteries of adult life — and psychology. buff.ly/2PAPv4g

  • Brazil's Museum Fire Proves Cultural Memory Needs a Digital Backup buff.ly/2wVjq0k

  • Mission Unstoppable: Inside the All-Female Trek to the North Pole buff.ly/2CE3WTC

  • How a Domino Master Builds (and Destroys) 15,000-Piece Creations buff.ly/2wY2XbT

  • How to Minimize Stress Before, During, and After Your Vacation buff.ly/2Qbvenf

  • 4 TED Talks on how the brain takes care of itself buff.ly/2wXQggm

  • A Leonardo Codex from the V&A Museum Goes Online buff.ly/2QcCW0k

  • “It Was Us Against Those Guys”: The Women Who Transformed Rolling Stone in the Mid-70s buff.ly/2woK9ly

  • Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell on why we need libraries – an essay in pictures theguardian.com/books/gallery/…

  • 9 TED Talks about improving through practice buff.ly/2wXXi5j

  • Exercise, Eat Well, Help Others: Altruism's Surprisingly Strong Health Impact buff.ly/2oPvNXq

  • Opera Philadelphia: The HBO of the Opera World? buff.ly/2QgkN1u

  • How Do Museums Protect Their Collections From Fire Risk? buff.ly/2wW2jvs

  • What We Know About Art and the Mind buff.ly/2wSVPgU

  • Paul Taylor’s Dancers Reflect on the Simple Lessons They Learned From Their Beloved Teacher buff.ly/2wTXimW

  • Pixar’s Ed Catmull on taking risks and checking your ego buff.ly/2wQBrMz

  • Design Debate: Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Inspiration? buff.ly/2CjkGiX

  • Required reading: The books that students read in 28 countries around the world buff.ly/2vE7fXt

  • Sitzfleisch: The German concept to get more work done buff.ly/2wXRGqY

  • It’s hard to know why music gives pleasure: is that the point? buff.ly/2wTlUwj

  • The future of food: what we’ll eat in 2028 buff.ly/2wUcLm7

  • Want to minimize jet lag? Here’s what the doctors order. buff.ly/2wDDiEX

  • The real Goldfinger: the London banker who broke the world. The true story of how the City of London invented offshore banking – and set the rich free buff.ly/2wSEWmn

  • 'Instagram' Is Officially a Verb, According to Merriam-Webster buff.ly/2Qc8PpR

  • The power of cataloging your creative influences buff.ly/2MSY8ul

  • What It Takes to Launch a Profitable Side Hustle buff.ly/2NYtbBw

  • Why Being Vulnerable Will Make You A Better Designer buff.ly/2M8R0Vt

  • Searchin’ for Urchin: A Culinary Quest buff.ly/2wUyJFw

  • Why data culture matters buff.ly/2NkY6e4

  • Embracing the Discipline to Write Your Book buff.ly/2MU6vWj

  • How To Study And Learn More Effectively buff.ly/2NkTRiG

  • The Misleading Power of Internet Metaphors buff.ly/2MU0mK0

  • A new study finds infants can discern between leaders and bullies buff.ly/DymsZd

  • Procrastinator's brains are different than doers buff.ly/CJe8lL

  • Genetically engineered mosquitoes are about to fly free in Africa buff.ly/CXPlSx

  • Transactions Vs. Experiences buff.ly/2Q7puuF

  • The Mind Is a Difference-Seeking Machine buff.ly/2MQxcLz

  • The Imperative Practice of Relaxing Constraints buff.ly/2NVCF0p

  • The Lead Designer of Monument Valley Deconstructs His Latest Game, Florence | The Work Behind The Work buff.ly/2KHi8OI

  • A Visual History of the Creation of Disneyland | The Work Behind The Work buff.ly/2Q21F7i

  • How Frank Chimero Designs a Poster | The Work Behind The Work buff.ly/2H2XnXL

  • To Cope with Stress, Try Learning Something New buff.ly/2Nk5wOE

  • The Surprising Inspiration Behind Monument Valley’s Most Beautiful Levels | The Work Behind The Work buff.ly/2LTSsLh

  • Design Debate: Have New Tech Innovations Made Work Life Easier or Harder? buff.ly/2Q6MGJi

  • Color Leap: Explore 180 color palettes covering 4000 years of history. buff.ly/2Cnr3Sf

  • The World's Newest, Most Gloriously Designed Maps buff.ly/2Mz4s5X

  • Why 4 a.m. Is the Most Productive Hour buff.ly/2Hv445p

  • New York Public Library Is Now Lending Out Ties and Other Accessories for Job Interviews buff.ly/2MIHBEW

  • 3 Famous Writers on Process and Productivity buff.ly/2OOcbh2

  • 10 Modern Proofreading Tips for Content Marketers buff.ly/2PEXYUZ


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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