Underrated: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • The Rise of Anti-Notifications buff.ly/2poIzfx

  • 'For me, this is paradise': life in the Spanish city that banned cars buff.ly/2NZjw0A

  • Five Underrated Things to Pack for Every Trip buff.ly/2pspfxX

  • Forget the new iPhones: Apple’s best product is now privacy buff.ly/2poHlkw

  • How to Be Better at Parties buff.ly/2xzyK2c

  • Fidget spinners, weighted blankets, and the rise of anxiety consumerism buff.ly/2poLd55

  • “The Ugly History of Beautiful Things: Perfume Sometimes it takes a touch of darkness to create something alluring.” buff.ly/2xDEibV

  • You Can Never Go Back to the Old Twitter. The platform’s return to a chronological timeline won't be enough to recapture its original magic. buff.ly/2ph5dXi

  • What does OK stand for? buff.ly/2DjeKHj

  • Tea Uglow: How to Lead When You Don’t Know What You’re Doing buff.ly/2MISKoS

  • Craig Oldham on When Your Dream Job Becomes Just Another Job buff.ly/2Hdr5gU

  • When design jargon goes wrong buff.ly/2NWnnvs

  • The Advertising Industry Doesn't Need More Data- It Needs More Creativity buff.ly/2PTUwVT

  • Apple is investing in a huge mangrove forest in Colombia buff.ly/2Df6KXy

  • The entire city of Paris will be car-free for a day buff.ly/2pqoUMx

  • Artificial genes show life does not have to be based on DNA buff.ly/2DqG6LM

  • Why Google Fiber Is High-Speed Internet’s Most Successful Failure buff.ly/2Df38EY

  • Slow Down to Think More Creatively - Chief Learning Officer buff.ly/2NWnvek

  • Jeff Bezos and the Clock That Will Outlast Civilization buff.ly/2NSW59g

  • Bill Gates on How Blood Will Soon Tell Us Everything buff.ly/2De2Tu5

  • How We Captured (Almost) All of the WIRED25 Portraits buff.ly/2NTUe48

  • Tech Disrupted the World. Who Will Shake up the Next 25 Years? buff.ly/2NUh3V3

  • Top 10 innovations in fashion 2018 | Springwise buff.ly/2polJVj

  • How You’re Being Manipulated By Software – Signal v. Noise buff.ly/2pib5iV

  • We hold people with power to account. Why not algorithms? | Hannah Fry bit.ly/2D4nPDw

  • James Dyson: Why I built my own university, without student debt buff.ly/2xwbHFC

  • These are the secrets to feeling less busy buff.ly/2DdfM7A

  • What Facebook, Amazon, and Google really look like buff.ly/2NO4hHZ

  • IKEA designs future autonomous cars that work as hotels, stores, and meeting rooms buff.ly/2pgrULh

  • The Guardian is getting into the daily news podcast game — here’s what it learned the last time it tried buff.ly/2Daz11A

  • The New York Times Magazine wants to send you on an audio “voyage,” featuring bats, rats, and volcanos buff.ly/2DaVD26

  • Jack Dorsey on ProPublica's Experimental Journalism buff.ly/2D9BWYo

  • Disruptive Interfaces & The Emerging Battle To Be The Default buff.ly/2wYsmCc

  • The Museums of Instagram buff.ly/2pdxhL4

  • What I Learned Making 5 ARKit Prototypes – Nathan Gitter buff.ly/2x37bim

  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory develops AI that shows its decision-making process buff.ly/2NxKDjk

  • Why you should redesign your portfolio every year buff.ly/2pkorvk

  • The 5 types of mentors you need in your life buff.ly/2QHjMQC

  • Who Gets Their News From Which Social Media Sites? buff.ly/2D7o94v

  • 130 Years of Coke Taglines buff.ly/2NR0bP6

  • The Latest Course Catalog Trend? Blockchain 101 buff.ly/2xgaRxs

  • The roundabout of death and why people hurt themselves for memes buff.ly/2DgAbsD

  • Four rules to live by if you’re dealing with office politics buff.ly/2Qze5UN

  • 15 Scientifically Proven Ways to Work Smarter, Not Just More buff.ly/2xjuKn9

  • 5 things you’re getting wrong about extroverts buff.ly/2p8l62o

  • Best and Worst Brand Moves of 2018 – buff.ly/2x74hbm

  • Where in the World Is Larry Page? buff.ly/2CZnty2

  • Apple doesn't tweet, but it blanketed Twitter with ads for its iPhone XS launch buff.ly/2QtIjZ9

  • ‘True Detective’ Director Cary Fukunaga Is Bringing His Obsessions to Netflix buff.ly/2MD6hy3

  • Mary Meeker, ‘Queen of the Internet,’ Is Leaving Kleiner Perkins to Start a New Fund buff.ly/2xaAMq6

  • Designers, stop designing for yesterday's planet buff.ly/2NN3Qxf

  • The new frontier of advertising buff.ly/2peHhUu

  • Is Tech Making You More Anxious? 5 Things to Try buff.ly/2MC86v1

  • The Trick To Thinking Clearer and Better – Personal Growth buff.ly/2Olm0TY

  • What does a Service Designer do? – Göksu Kaçaroglu buff.ly/2paB5Nc

  • Not all Marketing is Advertising – Barry W. Enderwick buff.ly/2vbRgQa

  • An Oral History of Apple's Infinite Loop buff.ly/2QAAKjd

  • The value of skepticism buff.ly/2p9E9sP

  • Got too much stuff? Try these 7 tips to help pare down buff.ly/2xaWKIT

  • One is the loneliest number: the history of a Western problem – Fay Bound Alberti buff.ly/2xja3H7

  • Photo gallery: Who in the world would live next to an active volcano? Meet the neighbors. buff.ly/2Ok2zLb

  • 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

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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