The Week's Links: August 28, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Point of View Shots Used in Coen Brothers Movies owl.li/RlXk3
  • No, You Do Not Have to Drink 8 Glasses of Water a Day owl.li/Rj1Ca
  • Meet the Guy Who Sorts All the World’s Numbers in His Attic owl.li/RlXhu
  • "Darth Punk" Awaken in This Star Wars / TRON Mashup | The Creators Project owl.li/RpEvw
  • A visual history of human knowledge owl.li/RlXef
  • The economics.... of sleep? owl.li/Rj0qx
  • Scientists May Have Discovered the Secret to Mona Lisa’s Smile | The Creators Project owl.li/RiD0B
  • The 3-D Printed Violin That Could Lead to a New Stradivarius owl.li/RiCG8
  • Why There Will Never Be Another Einstein owl.li/RiCVk
  • Beautiful: Under Armour 'Multiplies' Misty Copeland, Stephen Curry and Jordan Spieth in Stunning Ad owl.li/RidCe
  • How to age gracefully owl.li/RiCSs
  • Neurotic People See Faces in Things owl.li/Rgi8b
  • Philosophy Explained With Donuts owl.li/RiCQi
  • ◉ The Man Who Broke the Music Business owl.li/RfRry
  • Sleep Deficit: The Performance Killer owl.li/Rj0OD
  • Learn to judge, with designer Chip Kidd owl.li/Rgd5Y
  • 10 Crazy PR Stunts Throughout History owl.li/Rgd0S
  • ◉ Wil Reynolds: The Hidden Danger of Confusing Outputs for Outcome - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/8/26…
  • Google ordered to remove links to stories about Google removing links to stories owl.li/RfTMq
  • Loneliness and Isolation: Necessary Ingredients of Creativity? owl.li/RgcWh
  • Yet Another Reason to Exercise: It May Make You More Creative | Big Think owl.li/RfSJr
  • 7 Amazing Things Science Has Discovered About Music This Year So Far owl.li/RfUuR
  • Who Won Science Fiction’s Hugo Awards, and Why It Matters owl.li/RfSAf
  • Watch: Legendary Designer Saul Bass Explains Why We Create owl.li/RfTTz
  • ◉ What's the Most Important Element of a Good Story? owl.li/RfRmW
  • Russia Wants Rachmaninoff’s Remains Back owl.li/Rgd7s
  • Maestro Gets Sick Of Disruptive Crowd, Includes Them In The Piece owl.li/RfSw8
  • ‘Sesame Street’ revolutionized children’s TV with science owl.li/RfSn4
  • Stunning Photomosaics of Some of the World's Most Iconic Places owl.li/ReSgE
  • New Orleans and its three-century history of battling water owl.li/RfShI
  • Beautiful: Master Penman owl.li/ReSeY
  • Susan Cain on why it's OK to eat alone owl.li/RfRwV
  • We can now 3D-print glass -- and it looks amazing (Wired UK) owl.li/ReQWI
  • A love letter to libraries | The Bloggess owl.li/ReSv1
  • ◉ Big Bird, big brain: The Economist on Sesame Street owl.li/RfRk9
  • Ways to think about cars owl.li/ReSqS
  • Comma Queen: The Semicolon; or, Mastering the Giant Comma - The New Yorker owl.li/ReQST
  • Brain drain: ‘Missing link’ discovered in the brain owl.li/ReQSp
  • ◉ Kelly Sue DeConnick: Make Them Uncomfortable - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/8/24…
  • Don Quixote adaptation branded 'a crime against literature' owl.li/Raa3m
  • The Research Is Clear: Long Hours Backfire for People and for Companies owl.li/ReQQh
  • Mario Vargas Llosa: We Live In A Time Of No Culture owl.li/Ra9A6
  • The 100 best novels written in English: the full list owl.li/ReQOy
  • TV Channel Guide from the Future — The Message owl.li/Ra8Ms
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/RifpY
  • The Gift of the Daguerreotype owl.li/RaiBK
  • A visual history of human knowledge owl.li/ReQUG
  • ◉ Neil Gaiman: How Stories Last owl.li/RfRen
  • The 4 Phases Of Developing Your Creative Voice owl.li/Raer6
  • Rome Reborn: Take a Virtual Tour Through Ancient Rome, 320 C.E. owl.li/R9UGF
  • We're Spending $10 Billion On Kids' Classroom Technology—But Does It Help Them Learn? owl.li/R9CM9
  • That Human Brain in a Dish? Not Ready for Prime Time owl.li/R9yzo
  • Five Developing Business Rivalries You Should Keep Your Eyes On owl.li/R9zD0
  • A New Technology Makes Sugar Twice As Sweet, So You Can Eat Half As Much owl.li/R9ysT
  • The curious case of whistled languages and their lack of left-brain dominance | Ars Technica owl.li/R9zlK
  • WQXR - New York's Classical Music Radio Station owl.li/R9UPc
  • The Strange Appeal of Watching Coders Code — Backchannel owl.li/R9ykc
  • Suspended Glass-Bottomed Pool to be a Swimmable Pathway Between Two Buildings owl.li/R9yQf
  • July 2015 was officially Earth's hottest month in recorded history owl.li/R9yMW
  • Google Won the Internet. Now It Wants to Cure Diseases owl.li/R6UER
  • What Is Killing America's Bees and What Does It Mean for Us? owl.li/R6UxP
  • People Love Art Museums — But Has The Art Itself Become Irrelevant? owl.li/R3VHT
  • Creativity's Most Underappreciated Component: Persistence owl.li/R6U32
  • The Agonizingly Slow Decline Of Adobe Flash Player owl.li/R3Trm
  • The Neuroscience of Being a Selfish Jerk owl.li/R6TKg
  • Beautiful and terrifying: Terra Flama — Long Exposure Photos of California Wildfires by Stuart Palley owl.li/R3Lob
  • Big Question: Why Does Tap Water Go Stale Overnight? owl.li/R6w7c
  • Adweek Announces the Winners of Its 2015 Brand Genius Awards owl.li/R75jb
  • Designing Is Planning owl.li/R3Y4X
  • Great Artists Write owl.li/R3AU3
  • General Relativity at 100 | Scientific American Reports - Scientific American owl.li/R3unL
  • What happens when continents collide? - Juan D. Carrillo owl.li/R3fEV
  • Do We Read Differently at Different Ages? owl.li/R3qJq
  • View The Oldest Multicolor Print Book, Opened For The First Time owl.li/R37er
  • This New Mapping Tool Shows City Planners Where to Plant Trees owl.li/R3qm9
  • Terra Flama — Long Exposure Photos of California Wildfires by Stuart Palley owl.li/R3EgX
  • ◉ Procrastination owl.li/QXE7w
  • IAB Says HTML5 Is New Standard, Adobe Agrees owl.li/R3CdU
  • The Fascinating Whistled Languages of the Canary Islands, Turkey & Mexico (and What They Say... owl.li/R3qe0

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.

◉ Permalink

Wil Reynolds: The Hidden Danger of Confusing Outputs for Outcome

Reynolds started Seer Interactive—a leading SEO and online marketing agency—in a small apartment back in 2002. Since then, the company has grown to more than 100 people. But scaling the company was not without its growing pains. In this energetic talk, Reynolds shares how he learned to put a "lid on his hustle" and made sure his values weren't compromised as his company grew. "Getting things done means giving things up," he says. "It can't all fit. You need to have the border."

/Source

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.

◉ Permalink

Kelly Sue DeConnick: Make Them Uncomfortable

For more than a decade, Kelly Sue DeConnick has worked as a leading writer in the world of comic books, most notably on Captain Marvel and Bitch Planet. Through her career, DeConnick has found that the best way to inspire, lead, bring people together, and motivate those who need a push is to make them uncomfortable. In this 99U talk, she shares her “Five Steps to Becoming a Professional Discomfort Provider.”

/Source

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.

◉ Permalink

The Week's Links: August 21, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Terra Flama — Long Exposure Photos of California Wildfires by Stuart Palley owl.li/R3EgX
  • This New Mapping Tool Shows City Planners Where to Plant Trees owl.li/R3qm9
  • View The Oldest Multicolor Print Book, Opened For The First Time owl.li/R37er
  • Do We Read Differently at Different Ages? owl.li/R3qJq
  • What happens when continents collide? - Juan D. Carrillo owl.li/R3fEV
  • General Relativity at 100 | Scientific American Reports - Scientific American owl.li/R3unL
  • Great Artists Write owl.li/R3AU3
  • ◉ Procrastination owl.li/QXE7w
  • IAB Says HTML5 Is New Standard, Adobe Agrees owl.li/R3CdU
  • The Fascinating Whistled Languages of the Canary Islands, Turkey & Mexico (and What They Say... owl.li/R3qe0
  • Fantastic: Newspaper popouts. owl.li/R13WW
  • The Power of Taking Reading Breaks owl.li/R13Fd
  • Interview: Playful Photos of Polar Bears Frolicking in Flower Fields During Summer owl.li/R0BMM
  • Television 2015: Is There Really Too Much TV? owl.li/R0FiT
  • Scanning Around With Gene: Coffee in My Cup owl.li/R0ns2
  • ◉ Recommended: The Idea Writers: Copywriting in a New Media and Marketing Era - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • A Brief History of 6 Useful Hand Gestures owl.li/R0BZj
  • ◉ A New Theory of Distraction owl.li/QXE25
  • David Foster Wallace's Formative Reading List owl.li/R2TKr
  • Great Design is Invisible owl.li/R14jp
  • These 16 Videos Are Each a Case Study in Nailing the Right Tone for the Right Audience owl.li/R0BQm
  • What a difference a word can make: How a single word can change your conversation owl.li/R0iY4
  • Who Do We Blame When Artificial Intelligence Systems Go Wrong? owl.li/QZKD9
  • ‘Pac-Man’ Creator Toru Iwatani Reveals Original Drafts For His Iconic Game - DesignTAXI.com owl.li/QXGwk
  • How a Hellish Road Trip Revolutionized American Highways owl.li/QYi4k
  • The Museum Of Bad Art Has Been Celebrating Failure Since 1993 | The Creators Project owl.li/QXGuM
  • JRR Tolkien's first fantasy story to be published this month | Books | The Guardian owl.li/QY819
  • ◉ Can Reading Make You Happier? owl.li/QXDVP
  • Focus on the Little Things And the Big Things Will Take Care of Themselves owl.li/R0ngJ
  • 8 TED Talks on how we make choices owl.li/R0jif
  • Math is forever owl.li/QY806
  • New Video Reveals Even More Pixar Movie Easter Eggs You Might Have Missed - DesignTAXI.com owl.li/QXGt4
  • Discover the Oldest Beer Recipe in History From Ancient Sumeria, 1800 B.C. owl.li/QXEKD
  • Writers and Their Favorite Tools owl.li/QWQu9
  • In 1975, this Kodak employee invented the digital camera. His bosses made him hide it. owl.li/QXB2e
  • The Story of Mexican Coke Is a Lot More Complex Than Hipsters Would Like to Admit owl.li/QWQt6
  • ◉ Recommended: Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative By Austin Kleon - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Stolen Picasso painting returned to France 14 years after theft owl.li/QWT8b
  • The Three Tools Netflix Used to Build Its World-Class Brand - First Round Review owl.li/QWQs2
  • ◉ Subway Platform Pas De Deux owl.li/QXDJf
  • Fastest Neutrino Ever Detected Has 1,000x the Energy of the LHC — NOVA Next | PBS owl.li/QWT1Q
  • You’re More Persuasive Than You Think owl.li/QWQvw
  • David Lynch's Photos Of Abandoned Factories Are Just As Haunting As His Films owl.li/QWPGZ
  • 5 Illegal Photos Of London's Abandoned Underworld, Captured By Daring Place-Hackers owl.li/QWPFl
  • ◉ The Rise of Phone Reading - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/8/16…
  • Design Thinking Comes of Age owl.li/QWLIa
  • How many ways can you arrange a deck of cards? - Yannay Khaikin owl.li/QWPE9
  • Let’s School the Presidential Hopefuls on Cybersecurity owl.li/QVo3P
  • ◉ Show Your Work!: 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Some Emotions Are Better for Creativity than Others | Big Think owl.li/QWMsU
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/R0dcw
  • Toru Iwatani shows his original designs for Pac-Man owl.li/QVc3c
  • ◉ The Birth of Breaking News owl.li/QXDh1
  • The Neuroscience of Drumming: Researchers Discover the Secrets of Drumming & The Human Brain owl.li/QWMll
  • Book Conservator Nobuo Okano Repairs Tattered Books to Make Them Look Brand New owl.li/QWQ3a
  • The Bliss of Things Fitting Into Other Things -- Science of Us owl.li/QWLL5
  • Shakespeare’s Lost Weed Sonnets - The New Yorker owl.li/QSYq8
  • 7 mind slips that cause catastrophe – and how we can avoid them owl.li/QSm6x
  • 7 TED Talks on the beauty of friendship owl.li/QRYuZ
  • Chinese Cave Graffiti Records Centuries of Drought owl.li/QS9QS
  • Using nature to grow batteries owl.li/QRV8x
  • Films Within Films owl.li/QS9I9
  • See The Shrinking Of The Arctic Through Years Of Redrawn National Geographic Maps owl.li/QRkB2
  • The jaw-dropping promise -- and brain-twisting challenge -- of quantum computing owl.li/QS3rr
  • Cool Newspaper Popouts by Austin Kleon. owl.li/QVbSx
  • The surprising, stealth rebirth of the American arcade owl.li/QS2Pg
  • 10 Creative Visionaries Share Their Methods For Unlocking New Ideas owl.li/QPBtL
  • Here’s How to Use Facebook’s Mystifying Privacy Settings owl.li/QMz2K
  • Fastest Neutrino Ever Detected Has 1,000x the Energy of the LHC — NOVA Next | PBS owl.li/QITqx
  • The British Library Has Released A Million Free Images owl.li/QMqwn
  • Bring on the learning revolution! owl.li/QIpNr
  • We could all learn from Hitchcock: The Secrecy of Psycho owl.li/QLNfT
  • How Computers Are Changing the Way We Explain the World owl.li/QIpDe
  • Amazing Livestream Takes You Inside a Baby Hummingbird Nest owl.li/QQ0qA
  • Here's What Happens When Starchitects Hack Together A Kitchen From Ikea owl.li/QLGNt
  • The Satellite That Took This Incredible Photo Almost Didn’t Leave Earth owl.li/QJlEv
  • Pokémon Reimagined As Corporate Logos owl.li/QGit7
  • Love numbers? A reading list for math enthusiasts owl.li/QGiqy
  • Scientists Discover that Horses Are More Expressive Than Chimps — NOVA Next | PBS owl.li/QGicf
  • 10 TED Talks from authors owl.li/QGiiE
  • Puppies! Now that I’ve got your attention, complexity theory owl.li/QGiaT
  • The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance owl.li/QGigh
  • 12 Bizarre, Outrageous, But Cool Hotels From Around The World - DesignTAXI.comowl.li/QGi9x
  • The Spork, Redesigned owl.li/QHSNF
  • ◉ The surprisingly logical minds of babies owl.li/QG2mw
  • How Cats Took Over the Internet—And Became Art owl.li/QHRlk

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.

◉ Permalink