The Week's Links: June 26, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • All the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2015 Grand Prix Winners owl.li/OGATT
  • Why Award-Winning Chefs Are Still Looking for Unpaid Internships owl.li/OGC7X
  • How to be a better complainer owl.li/OGzvR
  • How X-rays see through your skin - Ge Wang owl.li/ODV6J
  • A Big Solar Burp Pelted Earth Last Night owl.li/OOzT7
  • More than 100 New Marine Species Were Just Discovered in the Philippines owl.li/ODO8a
  • ◉ Inside a Camera at 10,000fps owl.li/OBlfa
  • How John Bell Designed The Future, And The Hoverboard owl.li/OCQOK
  • The Hunt for the Financial Industry's Most-Wanted Hacker owl.li/ODtMt
  • What 10 Dieter Rams Products Reveal About The Principles Of Good Design owl.li/OCQD6
  • The story of the invention that could revolutionize batteries—and maybe American manufacturing as well owl.li/ODqev
  • ◉ Procrastination - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/21…
  • Amazon's New Plan to Pay Authors Every Time Someone Turns a Page owl.li/OCFtu
  • Don’t Follow Your Passion, Follow Your Contribution owl.li/ODkGc
  • The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/OD3OP
  • Nina Simone’s Time Is Now, Again - The New York Times owl.li/OBnOM
  • Computers Are Learning How To Treat Illnesses By Playing Poker And Atari owl.li/OBnNt
  • ◉ The School of Life: How to Find Fulfilling Work owl.li/OBl8M
  • Malcolm Gladwell: One Character Trait That Will Make You Disruptive owl.li/OARtu
  • Slow-motion video of a vinyl record playing owl.li/OBawj
  • A Productivity Expert Wants You to Do Nothing owl.li/OAQSi
  • Super Mario Bros was designed on graph paper owl.li/OBaqD
  • ◉ A New Theory of Distraction - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/21…
  • Why are we so scared of sharks? owl.li/OAQPb
  • For a human, it would be like carrying 600 pounds between our teeth owl.li/OBafq
  • Contemporary classical composer unveils 'eight-hour lullaby' which audience will listen to from beds owl.li/OB9SS
  • How 77 Metro Agencies Design the Letter 'M' for Their Transit Logo owl.li/OANaJ
  • Creative games for creative designers owl.li/OAN4G
  • ◉ Can the Internet be archived? owl.li/OBl6I
  • 'If I burn out, I burn out': meet Taylor Wilson, nuclear boy genius owl.li/OA9wg
  • If Your Computer Existed In Multiple Universes, It Would Be Way Faster owl.li/OAIK8
  • Facebook's New AI Can Paint, But Google's Knows How to Party owl.li/OA9uS
  • The town that banned Wi-Fi owl.li/OAD7H
  • ◉ Can Reading Make You Happier? - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/21…
  • The Man Behind 'The Most Interesting Man' Is Interesting, Too owl.li/OA9uf
  • Walter Cronkite introduces America to the Velvet Underground on national TV, 1965 owl.li/OA9xq
  • How Your Brain Understands Visual Language owl.li/OANdQ
  • The impossible world of MC Escher owl.li/OA9wI
  • Photographer Captures Striking Images of Tiny Lightning Storms Sparked by a Tesla Coil owl.li/OA7Th
  • From Psycho to Jurassic Park: exploring iconic movie poster typography owl.li/OA7n2
  • ◉ Benjamin Millepied: Haut Vol owl.li/OBl0K
  • “The Shire” or “Darwin’s Game”? Here are 4 visions of what journalism might look like in 2025 » Nieman Journalism Lab owl.li/OA71o
  • ◉ Recommended: Visual Miscellaneum: A Colorful Guide to the World's Most Consequential Trivia - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Can We Design Trust Between Humans and Artificial Intelligence? owl.li/OA7cA
  • Misty Copeland’s Possible Promotion at ABT, If promoted to principal, she will be first black woman to reach top rank owl.li/ODNYn
  • America’s first responders, California Task Force Two follows disaster around the world. owl.li/OA6ZE
  • Data Journalism Awards Winners owl.li/OA7aE
  • ◉ Subway Platform Pas De Deux - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/21…
  • The Unexpected Benefits of Anxiety owl.li/OA6QQ
  • The Shakespeare Algorithm owl.li/OA77t
  • Here's what happened when Google allowed its image recognition software to generate its own images. owl.li/OA8TX
  • 6 lessons in social storytelling from 6 months of reported.ly owl.li/OA74F
  • I once tried to cheat sleep, and for a year I succeeded owl.li/OA3fC
  • Can Typography Help Us Empathize With Others? owl.li/OA39Y
  • How We Built The World’s Best Design Event owl.li/OzVj0
  • Fulton Centre hub in Manhattan named Building of the Year thanks to technique which channels light underground owl.li/OA362
  • The Father Of "Getting Things Done": You're Getting Me All Wrong owl.li/OvMtL
  • Whose Dance is it Anyway? Chamber Dance Project mixes improv and ballet owl.li/OA2XU
  • Bees Are Literally Worrying Themselves to Death owl.li/OuXZZ
  • BBC Radio 2 appoints choreographer as 'artist-in-residence' owl.li/OA2Wr
  • How Your Siblings Affect Your Success According to Science owl.li/OA6PM
  • 25 Great Literary Series to Replace Your TV Habit This Summer owl.li/OA1TZ
  • To be a teacher and remain a student owl.li/OuOwb
  • 18 Sounds You Probably Didn't Realize Were Trademarked owl.li/OuM85
  • The Lesson Of Two Epic Logo Debacles owl.li/OsNqf
  • 100GB of NASA space photos turned into epic 4K time-lapse owl.li/OuLXq
  • Bruno Munari Will Make You Fall In Love With Books All Over Again owl.li/OsNo2
  • A Proportional Visualization of the World's Most Popular Languages owl.li/OuKhg
  • 20 Comic Book Series to Read owl.li/OsNjV
  • 50 of Film Noir’s Most Fashionable Moments owl.li/OuXR4
  • Fascinating Old Census Maps, Updated for a Modern America owl.li/OuJ7U
  • See Ralph Steadman's Twisted Illustrations of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland on the Story's 150th Anniversary owl.li/OuIzX
  • Revealed: The Secret Gear Connecting Google's Online Empire owl.li/OsMP4
  • Why Mathematicians Are Hoarding This Special Type of Japanese Chalk owl.li/Os0Gz
  • ◉ A Museum in England Is Hiding a Forgery Among Its Masterpieces owl.li/OlzaF
  • Read 18 Lost Stories From Hunter S. Thompson’s Forgotten Stint As a Foreign Correspondent owl.li/OrRQk
  • NEW: Saul Bass' opening of Stanley Kramer’s The Pride and The Passion owl.li/Os0AC
  • Isaac Asimov's Favorite Story "The Last Question" Read by Isaac Asimov— and by Leonard Nimoy owl.li/OrRMA
  • The Art of Making - Flamenco Guitar owl.li/OrZJG
  •  The famously difficult green-eyed logic puzzle - Alex Gendler owl.li/OrRIF
  • Kite Aerial Photography - Intimate and Amazing Shots from Above owl.li/OrZzx
  • Insane 4k Calbuco Eruption Footage owl.li/OrZoS

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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The Week's Links: June 19, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • ‘Endless Gravity’, A Short Film Comprised of Beautiful 14-bit RAW Video of Underwater Life owl.li/OrRE9
  • Photos: In Havana, beauty and decay coexist owl.li/OrRfj
  • ◉ How Headlines Change The Way We Think owl.li/Olz64
  • Writers’ Photos of Where They Get Inspired owl.li/OpV4f
  • Reporting from Cuba, a place frozen in time yet full of potential owl.li/OrRd6
  • Late last month, Wyatt Mitchell left The New Yorker for Apple. The question is, why? owl.li/OpUCA
  • James Joyce Reads From Ulysses and Finnegans Wake In His Only Two Recordings (1924/1929) owl.li/OrR54
  • Here Are the 12 Best Facebook Marketing Campaigns From the Past Year owl.li/OpUmF
  • Why humans run the world owl.li/OrCuu
  • How Your Brain Understands Visual Language owl.li/OpV55
  • Blade Runner Recut with the Sci-Fi Masterpiece's Unused Original Footage owl.li/OpUkW
  • The Power of the Long Walk owl.li/OlTxe
  • ◉ Alain de Botton "The News: A User's Manual" owl.li/OlyVu
  • A Philosopher Takes On Marketing: 4 Lessons For Brands From Alain De Botton owl.li/OlkAh
  • "Code Like a Girl" follows young women in tech at WWDC 2015 owl.li/OlwXj
  • MoMA Acquires the Rainbow Flag owl.li/Osn6Q
  • Different Personalities Experience Time Differently owl.li/Olkjm
  • How Email Became The Most Reviled Communication Experience Ever owl.li/OlsFF
  • How did air travel go from extravagant to abominable? owl.li/OiJsp
  • The Instagram of News Is Here, And It's Way Smarter Than You Think owl.li/OlrOx
  • How Email Became The Most Reviled Communication Experience Ever owl.li/Olpwa
  • Blue Computer Light Alone May Not Be Messing With Your Sleep owl.li/OiafZ
  • Richard Weller: Could the sun be good for your heart? owl.li/Oiac1
  • ◉ The Meaning of "Culture" owl.li/OlyO7
  • Meet the Little Geniuses of a Giant Science Fair owl.li/OfsZh
  • A Window into New Physics owl.li/Oia6V
  • Double tornadoes, double rainbows, double hailstones owl.li/Ofsef
  • We’re one step closer to finding new Earth-like planets owl.li/Oia0w
  • When to Quit a Project (or Career) owl.li/OfrjJ
  • Henry Lin: What we can learn from galaxies far, far away owl.li/Oi9Ku
  • ‘Willy Wonka,’ ‘Battlefield Earth’ and the secret history of movie funding owl.li/OiJoj
  • 6 things you need to know about virtual reality (from the guy who’s doing it right) owl.li/OhsrN
  • An Inside Look at Facebook’s Approach to Automation and Human Work owl.li/OeNbL
  • This Robot Can 3-D Print A Steel Bridge In Mid-Air owl.li/OeMZD
  • ◉ Sesame Street: What is Dance? owl.li/OlyGY
  • Everything you need to know about energy,... owl.li/Oc91C
  • How Pyrex Transformed The Way We Cook owl.li/OeMSq
  • Document Deep Dive: What Does the Magna Carta Really Say? owl.li/OlZum
  • ◉ Shady Characters: The Secret Life of Punctuation, Symbols, and Other Typographical Marks - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • If Technology is Changing How We Communicate, What Does That Mean for Communication Design? owl.li/Oc8Nm
  • An Exclusive Offer You Can't Refuse: Hilarious Spam Emails, Illustrated owl.li/OeMJy
  • The Problem With The Color Blue owl.li/ObKNv
  • Apple's Support of Ad Blocking May Upend How the Web Works owl.li/OeiRI
  • The Iconic Covers of Paul Bacon owl.li/OeNlj
  • How Science Changed Sleep Forever owl.li/Oc9lF
  • The strange questions New York Public Library librarians received before the internet owl.li/ObwJq
  • Oliver Sacks on What Happened to Spalding Gray owl.li/ObvZW
  • The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/Oj63g
  • Marginalia, the Anti-Library, and Other Ways to Master the Lost Art of Reading owl.li/O93gX
  • Object of Intrigue: The Most Beautiful Banknote in U.S. History owl.li/Obvkp
  • Tell Me Who You Spend Time With, And I Will Tell You Who You Are owl.li/O8GlM
  • When Things Get Tough, It’s the Realists Who Survive owl.li/ObtMm
  • The Art and Business of Book Covers owl.li/O8FlM
  • SpaceX founder files with government to provide Internet service from space owl.li/ObBwC
  • Great podcast: Viva La Arquitectura! owl.li/O9F0i
  • Create Things No One Else Will Ever See owl.li/O99nr
  • Rare footage surfaces of Amelia Earhart shortly before she vanished owl.li/O8A0H
  • The cause of hangovers isn't what you think—and other insights from a new group that researches a very old problem. owl.li/O8zXv
  • Paul Bacon (1923-2015), master of the “Big Book Look” in cover design, died on Monday at 94 of a heart attack. owl.li/O89cK
  • Son of migrants, Juan Felipe Herrera to become first Latino U.S. Poet Laureate owl.li/O8wyK
  • Is Translation an Art or a Math Problem? owl.li/O5Rwo
  • Amazing Time-Lapse Drone Footage of the Newly Completed Crossrail Tunnels Across Greater London owl.li/O8oTH
  • The Tree of Languages Illustrated in a Big, Beautiful Infographic owl.li/O5RjY
  • The Evidence Points to a Better Way to Fight Insomnia owl.li/O8ovh
  • The obscure legal system that lets corporations sue countries owl.li/O8CDr
  • Study: Kids can learn as much from ‘Sesame Street’ as from preschool owl.li/O8lhx
  • Original Star Wars Script Found, Solves Long-Running Mystery owl.li/O5PX0
  • 13 Little-Known Punctuation Marks We Should Be Using owl.li/O5ORZ
  • ◉ If You Want to Meet That Deadline, Play a Trick on Your Mind owl.li/O1ZFE
  • The 50 Most-Read McSweeney’s Internet Tendency Articles of All-Time. owl.li/O5eRK
  • The American West, 150 Years Ago owl.li/O5OEa
  • The Middle of Things: Advice for Young Writers owl.li/O59QQ
  • Helsinki’s free, city-wide Wi-Fi network is faster than your home internet owl.li/O5I9J
  • Beautiful Time-Lapse Drone Footage of Fog Gently Rolling Over Twin Peaks and Sutro Tower in San Francisco owl.li/O59yj
  • Regular readers sleep better, have lower stress levels, higher self-esteem, and lower rates of depression than non-readers....
  • Don't You Just Love Oral Histories Of Movies? owl.li/O5f26

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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The Week's Links: June 12, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Beautiful Time-Lapse Drone Footage of Fog Gently Rolling Over Twin Peaks and Sutro Tower in San Francisco owl.li/O59yj
  • Don't You Just Love Oral Histories Of Movies? owl.li/O5f26
  • A Lab Culture Grown From the Handprint of an Eight-Year-Old After Playing Outside owl.li/O5905
  • The Future of Design in Technology owl.li/O53Mi
  • ◉ Behind The Next Step owl.li/O1Zv9
  • The Most Famous Type Designers You've Never Heard Of owl.li/O4Yc0
  • KOLOR - Color Guessing Free Game. Can you guess a color as quickly as possible owl.li/O53qw
  • ◉ The Birth of Breaking News - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/11…
  • Wi-Fi That Charges Your Gadgets Is Closer Than You Think owl.li/O2j3R
  • The Future of Web Design is Hidden in the History of Architecture owl.li/O52FY
  • What is code? If you don't know, you need to read this: owl.li/ObBjN
  • Interact With Bjork in Virtual Reality in Her Latest Video owl.li/O2j0W
  • Hamburger icon: How these three lines mystify most people owl.li/O51Ye
  • The psychology of simple owl.li/O51xS
  • Japanese Sword Master Tests His Skills Against an Industrial Robot in an Incredible Demonstration owl.li/O2bb9
  • American Geniuses Steve Wozniak, Biz Stone and Bill Nye On Nurturing Innovation In Business owl.li/O2b55
  • The Smithsonian Design Museum Tells the Story of User-Centered Design Through 120 Beautiful Products owl.li/O1ZhL
  • Transformer Triumphs in DARPA's Robot Challenge owl.li/O223l
  • Japanese Sword Master Tests His Skills Against an Industrial Robot in an Incredible Demonstration owl.li/O2aVW
  • Internet users are increasingly blocking ads, including on their mobiles owl.li/O20N9
  • The Mystical Poetry of Rumi Read By Tilda Swinton, Madonna, Robert Bly & Coleman Barks owl.li/O2aNp
  • ◉ The surprisingly logical minds of babies - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/10…
  • One Better Than the Jingle: The Potential Power of Music at the Core of Brand Experiences owl.li/O1RhN
  • The Bizarre Story Of A Painting Stolen, Given, Googled – And Returned To A Bushwick Gallery owl.li/O25SQ
  • A Preview of David Guttenfelder’s Photos From North Korea owl.li/O25hb
  • How Video Games Make You Work owl.li/O1PRy
  • How Designers Use Visual Metaphors To Change The Way We Act And Feel owl.li/O1JDs
  • ◉ Shantanu Starick: How I Went Two Years Without Spending Any Money owl.li/O1Vt6
  • Quadcopters join the circus, in this magical video from Raff d’Andrea and Cirque Du Soleil owl.li/NZPKN
  • Citizen Godzilla: Japan embraces its monster after 60 years owl.li/NZRlC
  • ◉ Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • A New Theory to Explain the Higgs Mass owl.li/NZPFW
  • French Supermarkets Are Now Not Allowed To Throw Away Food--They Have To Find Another Way To Use It owl.li/NZReZ
  • See the Abandoned and Inaccessible Island Where Typhoid Mary Died owl.li/NZPDb
  • ◉ A Tribute To Hermann Zapf, Legendary Font Designer - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/9/…
  • Mesmerizing Self-Drawing Sand Drawing Machine owl.li/NZQz6
  • 44 Tips to Improve Your Photography owl.li/O1RbM
  • How batteries work - Adam Jacobson owl.li/NZPQN
  • Minimalism in Web design: past and future owl.li/NYlwG
  • Is the logo dead? owl.li/NYluH
  • ◉ People Who Go to Bed Late Spend More Time Worrying About Stuff owl.li/O1VgE
  • The Errors of Our Ways - A brief history of error reports owl.li/NYl0V
  • How The Most Creative People In Business Generate New Ideas owl.li/NYlsp
  • TED Talks for people who hated math in high school owl.li/NYkWP
  • This Month in Typography — I Love Typography owl.li/NYloC
  • ◉ The Rabbit Hole - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/8/…
  • The Calligraphy Stars of Instagram owl.li/NYkUY
  • Will Massimo’s gospel ever be back in style? owl.li/NYlnN
  • 7 truths about the mind you missed in psychology class owl.li/NZPwu
  • The Inside Story of How the iPhone Crippled BlackBerry - WSJ owl.li/NYl93
  • New Jorge Luis Borges-Inspired Project Will Test Whether Robots Can Appreciate Poetry owl.li/NYioS
  • 10 Million Years of Evolution Visualized in an Elegant, 5-Foot Long Infographic from 1931 owl.li/NYik6
  • The 4 Types of Productivity Styles owl.li/NWlZB
  • Duct Tape: Saving Soldiers and Astronauts for 70 Years owl.li/NYihJ
  • How Many Steps a Day Should You Really Walk? owl.li/NVHcs
  • How to be good at stress owl.li/NYi8U
  • Why Sound Is Digital Design's Fourth Dimension owl.li/NVdsr
  • Advice to a first time creative director owl.li/NYkyw
  • 2015 Marketing Hall of Fame: Storied Marketers and the Power of Stories owl.li/NWmii
  • The Top Ads of the YouTube Decade owl.li/NWm5t
  • The Moby Dick Big Read: Celebrities and Everyday Folk Read a Chapter a Day from the Great American Novel owl.li/NSwCr
  • The Fascinating Science Of Aesthetics owl.li/NSwls
  • A Giant Appears At The Edge Of An African Roadway owl.li/NPXxY
  • The Life And Death Of Technicolor owl.li/NSwgy
  • Mapping What You Cannot See, Cannot Know, Cannot Visit owl.li/NPXrq
  • Amazing website done with just HTML/CSS: In Pieces - 30 Endangered Species, 30 Pieces. owl.li/NSvDc
  • The Best Opportunities Are the Ones You Create for Yourself owl.li/NPTDn
  • The 7-Step-Paul-Rand Logo-Test owl.li/NQ4wy
  • What I learned from teaching English in North Korea owl.li/NSwH8
  • New App for Show Tickets Draws Whippersnappers to Broadway owl.li/NQ4g1
  • Who You Sit Next to Can Have a Huge Effect On How You Work owl.li/NPBDu
  • Steve Wozniak Debunks One of Apple's Biggest Myths owl.li/NJ9Lc
  • Take the Test to Get Into China's Top Universities owl.li/NMSnY
  • Hear Toni Morrison's Poetic Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech on the Radical Power of Language (1993) owl.li/NPr8T
  • Adrian Chen on the hoaxes that often target American communities from an office building in St. Petersburg, Russia. owl.li/NMRW5
  • 700 Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices owl.li/NPqSR
  • Where the Digital Economy Is Moving the Fastest owl.li/NMBsR
  • Tired of Waiting for U.S. to Act, States Pass Crowdfunding Laws and Rules owl.li/NPR3p
  • The quest to save today’s gaming history from being lost forever owl.li/NP43A
  • Your Creative Calendar: 91 Things To Do, See, And Hear This June owl.li/NVdlB
  • Crawling, breathing, invasive fish a 'major disaster' if it reaches Australia owl.li/NMV6c

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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The Week's Links: June 5, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Where the Digital Economy Is Moving the Fastest owl.li/NMBsR
  • Tired of Waiting for U.S. to Act, States Pass Crowdfunding Laws and Rules owl.li/NPR3p
  • The quest to save today’s gaming history from being lost forever owl.li/NP43A
  • Your Creative Calendar: 91 Things To Do, See, And Hear This June owl.li/NVdlB
  • Crawling, breathing, invasive fish a 'major disaster' if it reaches Australia owl.li/NMV6c
  • Hard to believe it's hand-drawn: Sergio Pablos Talks About His Stunning Hand-Drawn Project ‘Klaus’ owl.li/NM986
  • ◉ ROYGBIV: A Pixar Supercut owl.li/NJ9CA
  • How Is Critical 'Life or Death' Software Tested? owl.li/NJUlI
  • Psychedelic Videos Capture Coral in Motion (Yes, Coral) owl.li/NM6M9
  • The US Tried to Stuxnet North Korea's Nuclear Program owl.li/NJi1X
  • Photographer Captures the Beauty and Diversity of Australian Fungi owl.li/NM6GM
  • ◉ Sophie Scott: Why we laugh - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/6/4/…
  • The Key to Better Sleep in Space? Some Nice, Colorful Light owl.li/NJhPD
  • Rejected ‘The Shining’ Poster Designs From Saul Bass, With Stanley Kubrick’s Notes owl.li/NM9gZ
  • The Unlikely Story of Microsoft's Surprise Minecraft Buyout owl.li/NM3vg
  • The Best Soundtrack for Productivity owl.li/NM2Po
  • BuzzFeed Style Guide: 6 Things the Rules Tell Us About Language owl.li/NJeUk
  • The World's Coming Broadband Divide owl.li/NJ1UW
  • ◉ #Octothorpe - A Symbolistic Journey owl.li/NJ9nm
  • Watch Alfred Hitchcock Make Cameo Appearances in 37 of His Films (Plus Free Hitchcock Films Online) owl.li/NIA7p
  • What Was Life Like for a Girl in the Bronze Age? owl.li/NIMFU
  • Virtual Eyes Train Deep Learning Algorithm to Recognize Gaze Direction. Computers teaching computers. owl.li/NIten
  • The Netherlands Brings Banknote Bridges to Life owl.li/NILMd
  • Revealing Behind-the-Scenes Pics from Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’ owl.li/NIbms
  • The 7 Reasons That Science Says You Should Pay For Experience, Not Things owl.li/NIDjJ
  • A Dissolvable Miniature Origami Robot That Folds Itself, Walks, Swims, Carries, Digs, and Climbs owl.li/NIAqk
  • How the Silk Road case changed Internet crime forever owl.li/NGoze
  • Last Year The Baltimore Symphony Hired An Embedded Journalist To Cover The Orchestra (Here’s How It Turned Out) owl.li/NGkMp
  • ◉ Paola Antonelli: Walk the walk owl.li/NJ9gX
  • Can a Random Group of People On the Internet Interview a Candidate Better Than the Pros?  owl.li/NGk0F
  • Will Computers Redefine the Roots of Math? owl.li/NGkF3
  • ◉ The Man Who Loved Books Too Much - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • The Remarkable Origins Of The U.N.'s HeForShe Campaign owl.li/NGjmi
  • The Amazing Science Teachers You Wish You Had in School owl.li/NGkyM
  • Sara Seager: The search for planets beyond our solar system owl.li/NGjjB
  • The Robots Are Adapting: A new animal-inspired algorithm allows robots to adapt to damage in seconds. owl.li/NGkrz
  • Newly Discovered, Unnamed Deep Sea Creatures Found Off The Coast Of Puerto Rico owl.li/NGIQ2
  • Boris Eifman on creating 'a new type of theater' in ballet owl.li/NGknG
  • Before and After Comparisons of the Visual Effects in Mad Max: Fury Road owl.li/NGj3f
  • From Amy Schumer to John Oliver, How Comedians Became Public Intellectuals owl.li/NCKnZ
  • ◉ To Get Over Something, Write About It owl.li/NJ96l
  • Inside a Giant Dark-Web Scheme to Sell Counterfeit Coupons owl.li/NzC7U
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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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