Memes: The Week's Links

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS:

  • Is the grass really greener? A creative's take buff.ly/2R3Lg2X

  • Google Images will now display creator and copyright metadata buff.ly/2DBQfFs

  • Quantum mechanics may contradict itself when applied to big objects buff.ly/2DCg2gv

  • Where in the world are kids most optimistic about the future? buff.ly/2DxJR1T

  • Exclusive: WhatsApp Cofounder Brian Acton Gives The Inside Story On #DeleteFacebook And Why He Left $850 Million Behind buff.ly/2Dugde0

  • Billboards — yes, billboards — are having a heyday in a digital world buff.ly/2xL35ee

  • 4 Ways AI Will Help Overwhelmed Designers Refocus Their Energy on Creativity buff.ly/2R1v7uD

  • Facebook global creative director Andrew Keller on why creative ideas need to build communities buff.ly/2DzhNeB

  • The future of design – UX Collective buff.ly/2Ifdrrz

  • Discovery of Galileo’s long-lost letter shows he edited his heretical ideas to fool the Inquisition buff.ly/2OGlosd

  • Pursue excellence, not perfection. 16 Signs You’re a Toxic Perfectionist buff.ly/2xyLwyF

  • The 'Distracted Boyfriend' Meme's Photographer Explains All buff.ly/2DxBd3l

  • What Ecologists Can Learn From Memes buff.ly/2NCECCy

  • Enter the Age of Borderless Memes buff.ly/2NIgFtC

  • Facebook's AI Can Analyze Memes, but Can It Understand Them? buff.ly/2DsR3fH

  • Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Memes buff.ly/2NGEPF0

  • Is This Finally the Beginning of the End for the Password? buff.ly/2QVNxwV

  • There is no fall TV season anymore buff.ly/2OJomMt

  • Insight Report: Why iIllustration is booming buff.ly/2xQSXAK

  • Nothing Makes Me Jealous Anymore. That's a Problem Where's the work we all wish we made? buff.ly/2xPFCbM

  • The Challenges of Overcoming Creative Imposter Syndrome buff.ly/2DwO2uQ

  • “The New Media Barons What Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan makes of the tech billionaires taking over the new business—including her boss.” buff.ly/2QYa5NK

  • Here's the Plan to End Malaria With Crispr-Edited Mosquitoes buff.ly/2NINYNl

  • Google Is Getting a Lot More Visual to Keep You on Its Site buff.ly/2NI6rcQ

  • Hilarious Images of Bored Tourists From Around the World buff.ly/2Dv2J1n

  • The Clever Engineering Behind the New iPhone's Battery buff.ly/2NIM8fp

  • How to optimize caffeine (and improve your productivity) buff.ly/2DvAFv3

  • Why do we hate wasps and love bees? buff.ly/2QMMDmy

  • New Microscope Shows the Quantum World in Crazy Detail buff.ly/2xuUsFl

  • Why you should read this article slowly buff.ly/2NJzFXZ

  • A Mathematical Model Captures the Political Impact of Fake News buff.ly/2DygD34

  • Why your brain is hardwired to be bad at economics – and how to fix it buff.ly/2MYQD02

  • Your fingerprints reveal more than you think buff.ly/2MOam2t

  • TED Playlist: Who's watching us? In the age of smart tech, privacy is a definite concern. Here's the download on who has your information and what they're doing with it. buff.ly/2MTAw3L

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

  • How a $450 Million da Vinci Was Lost in America—and Later Found buff.ly/2ML7Wl9

  • Audiobooks Are the New E-books, Except They Might Keep Growing buff.ly/2QOfAhL

  • The Top 20 Most-Produced Playwrights of the 2018-19 Season buff.ly/2OKf1Eu

  • The Top 10* Most-Produced Plays of the 2018-19 Season buff.ly/2OKeZwm

  • Is the podcast bubble bursting? buff.ly/2znGwOX

  • Who Says Culture Doesn't Pay? $9.9 Billion Was Spent on New Arts Projects Around the Globe in 2017 buff.ly/2xFKala

  • “The Great Endumbening IQ scores look to be on the decline. Is there a complicated explanation, or are we just getting stupider?” buff.ly/2znnwA0

  • The urge to share news of our lives is neither new nor narcissistic – Lee Humphreys | Aeon Ideas buff.ly/2MT8sO3

  • Alastair Macaulay, Chief Dance Critic, Is Retiring buff.ly/2QO2f9g

  • This Is Your Brain on the Internet We know where to find information — we just can’t remember it anymore buff.ly/2Dbn8sn

  • Famous Advertisers in History: David Ogilvy buff.ly/2wW8u2z

  • Beyond Patronage: Artists and Experimental Monetization On creative funding and distribution. buff.ly/2OHIaQp

  • Beginner’s Guide to Blockchain — Explaining it to a 5 Year Old buff.ly/2KXgNiI

  • You Can Never Go Back to the Old Twitter buff.ly/2ph5dXi

  • Help discover ancient ruins -- before it's too late buff.ly/2DmWtsr

  • ◉ Why we choke under pressure — and how to avoid it - smartercreativity.com/blog/2018/9/22…

  • The whiff of sandalwood makes the human head sprout more hair buff.ly/2xIVgpi

  • 10 mysteries of the universe: How did it all begin? buff.ly/2QNiPWR

  • The Drive to Keep Growing Emotionally - The Book of Life buff.ly/2I7hqXm

  • How To Get Back On Track When One Thing Derails Your Day buff.ly/2MjZyc5

  • NASA’s new exoplanet-hunter has spotted its first alien worlds buff.ly/2PPJTn5

  • A stretchy stick-on patch can take blood pressure readings from deep inside your body buff.ly/2OEHXO1

  • The future of humanity depends on design ethics, says Tim Wu buff.ly/2PXuhOs

  • Beautiful Thinkers: Matthew Willcox, Author buff.ly/2Nvcl0V

  • Design the Life You Want, and Your Career Will Thank You buff.ly/2xE1tCZ

  • The latest fantastic use of print and digital from @NYTmag. Totally worth 30 mins of your time. Listen to the World buff.ly/2OLXs6G

  • The health benefits of reading buff.ly/2NTLvyX

  • Shakespeare's neglected queen reigns once more buff.ly/2OJso7E

  • Is It Time to Get Rid of Time? The crisis inside the physics of time. buff.ly/2QQ8NUJ

  • 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

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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