The Week's Links: July 31, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • The origin of sci-fi movie sounds owl.li/Q3MTA
  • ◉ On digital luxury and digital intimacy, Jony Ive and Marc Newson with Suzy Menkes owl.li/Q6bu3
  • Extendable Robot Arms and Exoskeletons Could Benefit from Super-Stretchy Wires | MIT Technology... owl.li/Q0yNb
  • Some of my favorite accounts. NASA’s Social Media Strategy Is Genius—And Kinda Maddening owl.li/Q0eLg
  • 8 Fascinating Facts About Seashells owl.li/PZZJR
  • When You Lose Sleep, Your Brain Can't Read Other People's Emotions | Big Think owl.li/PZVlH
  • Some gorgeous filmmaking. The top 10 most beautiful movies of all time owl.li/PZVcS
  • From vrrrramp to snikt: exploring sci-fi's most iconic movie sound effects owl.li/PZsuJ
  • Public editor: New York Times could do a better job of linking | Poynter. owl.li/PZKxA
  • Biloxi Teachers Paint Lockers to Look Like Spines of Famous Books owl.li/Q00nA
  • 7 fantastic flags that break every design rule owl.li/PZr79
  • ◉ Michael Bierut: Finding Your Voice owl.li/Q6bpR
  • CollegeHumor Makes a Staunch High-Five-Filled Defense of Puns and Schools People About Wordplay owl.li/PZJ8v
  • The Bank of England Has Released a Short List for the New £20 Note | HUH. owl.li/PZx05
  • Optotypes and Eye Chart Fonts owl.li/PXE4h
  • Designers rate the best & worst Presidential campaign logos for Politico. Which 2016 Candidate Has the Worst Logo? owl.li/PXDL1
  • ◉ Not an Introvert, Not an Extrovert? An Ambivert - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/29…
  • Lots of people want to be the noun without doing the verb. The noun and the verb owl.li/PXBTu
  • Creative Commons Launches Its First-Ever Kickstarter Campaign to Write a Book About Open Business Models owl.li/PXDdg
  • The business of generating fake enthusiasm, from flash mobs to the campaign trail The Business of Hiring a Fake Crowd owl.li/PXzOi
  • David Bowie Becomes a DJ on BBC Radio in 1979; Introduces Listeners to The Velvet Underground,... owl.li/PXD3j
  • Fantastic tool by NYTimes How Many Times Has Your Personal Information Been Exposed to Hackers? owl.li/QeUYp
  • These Superhumans Are Real and Their DNA Could Be Worth Billions owl.li/PXzyZ
  • ◉ Paula Scher's Productivity Trick owl.li/Q6bnl
  • Weather Forecasting Enters a New Era Improving the Weather Report for Solar and Wind | MIT Technology Review owl.li/PXCuv
  • NASA’s ‘Blue Marbles’: Pictures of Earth From 1972 to Today owl.li/PXHgY
  • Experimental Therapy Prevents Long-Term Brain Damage in Severely Injured Mice | MIT Technology... owl.li/PXCfm
  • How Buildings Learn owl.li/PXfay
  • The Power of Empathy owl.li/PXf62
  • ◉ Worrying About Stuff Is a Sign of Intelligence - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/28…
  • Artist Pablo Picasso is still young at 80 years old owl.li/PX3Wj
  • The Disapproval Matrix owl.li/PXeVd
  • ◉ Recommended: Marshall McLuhan: You Know Nothing of My Work! - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Can Design Help the USPS Make Stamps Popular Again? owl.li/PX2lt
  • Slow motion lightning owl.li/PXdDu
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week - Video - Creativity Online owl.li/QbH8N
  • Fantastic history of animation owl.li/PX2aO
  • ◉ Keep Going owl.li/Q6bit
  • 280,000 People Have Asked Google To Honor Their ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ owl.li/PX7GT
  • What 12 Months Of Record-Setting Temperatures Looks Like Across The U.S. owl.li/PXoFH
  • The Obsessively Detailed Map of American Literature's Most Epic Road Trips owl.li/PX49P
  • 3 Major Designers Confess Their Biggest Mess-ups and Do-overs—and What They Learned | AIGA Eye... owl.li/PX1Pg
  • Limits at Gawker? Rules at Reddit? Wild West Web Turns a Page owl.li/PX1FU
  • ◉ Stop Trying To Be Creative - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/26…
  • 'Murder!', A Live Comedy Murder Mystery Podcast by Comedy Duo Marina Tempelsman & Nicco Aeed owl.li/PWvZa
  • What Your Survival Instincts Know About Pitching Ideas owl.li/PWQb2
  • ◉ Recommended: How Music Got Free: The End of an Industry, the Turn of the Century, and the Patient Zero of Piracy - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • Dynamic, Figurative Sculptures Balance Precariously on the Streets of Historic Village owl.li/PWvTC
  • Use Deadlines & the Eisenhower Matrix to Make Long-Term Goals Accessible Today owl.li/PWQ3j
  • Teenager finds photos of first Nirvana gig tucked inside her dad's books owl.li/PWvLT
  • ◉ Kermit The Frog's TED Talk on Creativity owl.li/Q6bce
  • Google News Lab Mashes Big Data With Old-School Reporting owl.li/PWA8s
  • 100 Best Design Blogs for Inspiration, Tutorials & Tips owl.li/PX216
  • 10 most misunderstood quotes in literature [video] owl.li/PWyJs
  • 11 Amazing Thank You Notes From Famous People owl.li/PWuwh
  • Intel confirms tick-tock-shattering Kaby Lake processor as Moore’s Law falters owl.li/PWudo
  • The Exoskeletons Are Coming. An Iron Man Suit for Factory Workers | MIT Technology Review owl.li/PWnN8
  • A Clever Ad Campaign to Recruit School Librarians Featuring Sculptures of Children Made From Books owl.li/PWu4V
  • The world is getting better all the time, in 11 maps and charts owl.li/PUGAP
  • new genetic analysis A DNA Search for the First Americans Links Amazon Groups to Indigenous Australians smithsonianmag.com/science-nature…
  • He inspired so much we take for granted now. Dieter Rams owl.li/PWvfQ
  • The University of Michigan built a fake town for driverless cars owl.li/PUFUi
  • Easy DNA Editing Will Remake the World. Buckle Up. The Genesis Engine owl.li/PWtBq
  • Standford University Students Teach a Robot to Play Ping-Pong owl.li/PWp5g
  • These MIT Media Labs Films Will School You on Bitcoin, Bricks, Phones and In-Vitro Meat - Video - Creativity Online owl.li/PUFDS
  • This is the beginning of a great breakthrough. The Tech World’s Blood-Test Darling Gets Nods From the FDA owl.li/PUzQh
  • What Makes Nigel Richards The Best Scrabble Player On Earth owl.li/PTGzj
  • Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It owl.li/PUr0K
  • Abandoned Golf Courses in Japan Are Being Turned into Solar Power Fields owl.li/PTGeM
  • Up in the Air: Meet the Man Who Flies Around the World for Free owl.li/PUqer
  • How Mick Jagger's Mouth Became the Rolling Stones' Legendary Logo owl.li/PTGbf
  • Unstuck — How to avoid falling into the judgment trap owl.li/PTIa8
  • Talking to Your Car Could Soon Be Easier | MIT Technology Review owl.li/PUFQN
  • 20 Photos of Famous Authors Looking Badass owl.li/PTGFb
  • Work Alone: Ernest Hemingway’s 1954 Nobel Acceptance Speech owl.li/PTFMR
  • ◉ The Most Intimate Relationship in Your Life: Your Smartphone owl.li/PKB6X
  • If Daniel Kahneman Had a Magic Wand He’d Rid the Human Race of Overconfidence owl.li/PTxWF
  • Brain Freeze: The Tasty History of Popsicles . Activities for Kids: Adventures In Learning . PBS Parents | PBS owl.li/PTFIq
  • Patience, Timing and Some Luck in New York Prisoner’s Account of Escape owl.li/PRoRZ
  • Lewis Carroll’s Classic Story, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Told in Sand Animation owl.li/PTFEZ
  • Smithsonian Takes a Giant Step with Its First Kickstarter Campaign to Fund the Conservation of... owl.li/PRbUH
  • Man admits swapping classic Chinese artworks for fakes he painted himself owl.li/PTyh9
  • In honor of all the train troubles. What Penn Station used to look like will make you weep with longing owl.li/PTFZC
  • This is the world's longest running science experiment owl.li/PTy9t
  • The world’s most charismatic mathematician | Siobhan Roberts owl.li/Q00rT
  • The Art of Video Game Photography owl.li/Q0zsM
  • How Walking in Nature Changes the Brain owl.li/Q01PP
  • Johnnie Walker Introduces High End Whisky Tasting Via Tablet owl.li/Q0Br5
  • How blood pressure works - Wilfred Manzano owl.li/Q02mE

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: July 24, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Brain Freeze: The Tasty History of Popsicles . Activities for Kids: Adventures In Learning . PBS Parents | PBS owl.li/PTFIq
  • Patience, Timing and Some Luck in New York Prisoner’s Account of Escape owl.li/PRoRZ
  • Lewis Carroll’s Classic Story, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Told in Sand Animation owl.li/PTFEZ
  • Smithsonian Takes a Giant Step with Its First Kickstarter Campaign to Fund the Conservation of... owl.li/PRbUH
  • Man admits swapping classic Chinese artworks for fakes he painted himself owl.li/PTyh9
  • In honor of all the train troubles. What Penn Station used to look like will make you weep with longing owl.li/PTFZC
  • This is the world's longest running science experiment owl.li/PTy9t
  • Beautiful and super detailed. Star Wars looks beautiful reimagined as 17th-century Japanese prints owl.li/PR8VW
  • ◉ Looking for Problems Makes Us Tired owl.li/PKB1y
  • The Adweek Creative 100: America's Most Inventive Talent in Marketing, Media and Tech owl.li/PQFUo
  • International Pop Stars American Audiences Might Have Missed owl.li/PQZmG
  • NASA Releases Simulated Flyby Animations of Pluto’s Mountains and Plains Taken From New Horizons Images owl.li/PQyH2
  • Understanding Art: Cezanne's The Large Bathers owl.li/PRbRi
  • The Most Beautiful Illustrations from 200 Years of Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales owl.li/PQVEG
  • Creativity Top 5: The Week of July 13 - July 17, 2015 owl.li/PQUDy
  • The Rich History of Soviet Photography, Told in 18 Images owl.li/PQxcs
  • ◉ Rethinking Ballet owl.li/PKAzZ
  • A 68 Hour Playlist of Shakespeare’s Plays Being Performed by Great Actors: Gielgud, McKellen & More owl.li/PQcXr
  • 30 Creatives Whose Smart, Funny and Innovative Work Keeps Advertising Interesting owl.li/PQx0B
  • The Most Recognizable Voice in New York - The New Yorker owl.li/PLzx9
  • 10 Things We’ll See in 10 Years owl.li/PQwV2
  • The Exoskeletons Are Coming An Iron Man Suit for Factory Workers | MIT Technology Review owl.li/PLzcy
  • Let A Famous Architect Teach You How To Build The Perfect Sandcastle owl.li/PQyya
  • The Argument Against 5-Year-Plans: You Can't Stay Adaptable Without Room to Change owl.li/PQlsn
  • The Evolution of Chuck Jones, the Artist Behind Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck & Other Looney Tunes Legends: A Video Essay owl.li/PQkW5
  • Love this. Neil Gaiman & Famous Friends Read Aloud the Entirety of Coraline (and The Graveyard Book Too) owl.li/PLmmn
  • ◉ The Science Of Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things owl.li/PKAvn
  • Watch the Very First Feature Documentary: Nanook of the North by Robert J. Flaherty (1922) owl.li/PLlGm
  • The 321 Books in David Foster Wallace’s Personal Library: From Blood Meridian to Confessions of... owl.li/PLmex
  • ◉ Polite Robots Show Glimmer Of Self-Awareness - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/21…
  • The password sharing economy owl.li/PLknQ
  • This Is Your Brain on Jane Austen: The Neuroscience of Reading Great Literature owl.li/PLlVS
  • The four shades of introversion owl.li/PLkch
  • The Storied History of the Most Expensive Picasso Ever Auctioned owl.li/PLvaS
  • Watch Stewart Brand’s 6-Part Series How Buildings Learn, With Music by Brian Eno owl.li/PLlQ4
  • Free: Download Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Short Course, The Inexplicable Universe, in Audio or Video Format owl.li/PLlK0
  • Fantastic. Museum of Imaginary Musical Instruments owl.li/PLihK
  • ◉ On Stress and Inner Voices owl.li/PKAmB
  • Rare Photos of Pablo Picasso Painting with Light owl.li/PLd0B
  • The Ethics of Digital Design owl.li/PLi55
  • 13 Exercises for Photographers That Can Help Jump-Start Creativity owl.li/PL3qR
  • ◉ Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration - smartercreativity.com/recommendation…
  • ◉ The New Audience: John Lasseter - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/20…
  • The 11 Types of Trendy Graphic Design Paul Rand Hated | AIGA Eye on Design owl.li/PLgDQ
  • Interesting mix of ad & storytelling. Watch Horror Maestro Eli Roth Murder Some Social Media Celebrities On Snapchat owl.li/PQGBT
  • On shadows and silhouettes Austin Kleon — On shadows and silhouettes  bobbycaputo:... owl.li/PKJ2G
  • How Pantone Colors Your World - Issue 26: Color - Nautilus owl.li/PLglC
  • How to Avoid Miscommunications & Email Like a Real Human Being99u.com/articles/50990…
  • The Cognitive Benefits of Doodling - The Atlantic owl.li/PKIr2
  • Don't Compare Your Hustle to Their Highlight Reel owl.li/PKuZF
  • How to learn a new language: 7 secrets from TED Translators owl.li/PKifa
  • Some great quotes. John Lasseter on Pixar owl.li/PKu9D
  • TED Playlist 9 TED Talks to inspire smart conversation owl.li/PKi0E
  • Reanimation: how John Lasseter fixed Pixar and made the brianiest cartoon ever, Inside Out | The Times owl.li/PKs61
  • Google's Algorithm for Happiness at Work and in Life | Big Think owl.li/PKhNs
  • Watch all the Emmy-nominated commercials in one place owl.li/PKrtJ
  • I’m a legally blind photographer. And I think my low vision actually makes my art better. owl.li/PKIUE
  • The Square Kilometre Array: radio silence in Western Australia for most powerful telescope in... owl.li/PKij4
  • Astronomers Have Already Made Shocking Discoveries About Pluto owl.li/PIRXI
  • How the legendary Chuck Jones became a great artist owl.li/PIRUO
  • Why we love the hermits. The Eternal Mystery of the Reclusive Writer owl.li/PIhjf
  • 167 Theremin Players Perform Beethoven owl.li/PIyew
  • This is your brain on Jane Austen, and Stanford researchers are taking notes owl.li/PF2wG
  • The Future Of The Internet, According To Its Father owl.li/PIs3J
  • Teenagers Who Don't Get Enough Sleep at Higher Risk for Mental Health Problems - Scientific American owl.li/PF2g3
  • A Scream Is the Same in Every Language owl.li/PIoRI
  • Map Visualizes International Cyber War Happening In Real Time | The Creators Project owl.li/PISaQ
  • What a difference a word can make: How a single word can change your conversation owl.li/PIjeV
  • The History of Typography, in Stop-Motion Animation - The Atlantic owl.li/PF2bR
  • What That Campaign Logo Is Really Saying: A Design Critique owl.li/PF1W3
  • ◉ First and Final Frames owl.li/Pyc61
  • Where Will the New Horizons Probe Go After Pluto? owl.li/PEsuc
  • The History of Creepy Dolls owl.li/PEZOx
  • Curiouser and Curiouser: The World's Most Unusual and Beautiful Maps owl.li/PErmz
  • 93 Films Beloved by Stanley Kubrick: From Fritz Lang’s Metropolis (1927) to Ron Shelton’s White Men Can’t Jump (1992) owl.li/PEC14
  • What Causes Sunburns? owl.li/PEg2A
  • Love this. The Fourth Wall: A Rare View of Famous European Theater Auditoriums Photographed from the Stage owl.li/PEBJi
  • Flash is officially more trouble than it’s worth. Here's how you can kill it now. Flash. Must. Die. owl.li/PEBrL

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: July 17, 2015

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • Love this. The Fourth Wall: A Rare View of Famous European Theater Auditoriums Photographed from the Stage owl.li/PEBJi
  • Flash is officially more trouble than it’s worth. Here's how you can kill it now. Flash. Must. Die. owl.li/PEBrL
  • A young Rembrandt proves himself A case study of light and dark - Google Cultural Institute owl.li/PEfRx
  • What To Do With A Million Stolen Fingerprints owl.li/PEcni
  • ◉ The Shadow Ballet: Dancers & Drones owl.li/PybZm
  • Google partners with Khan Academy, NASA, more to teach kids science via a 4-week summer camp owl.li/PARLR
  • TED Playlist 9 TED Talks to help you understand world economics owl.li/PImgv
  • What Designers Are, and What We’ll Become owl.li/PDZvZ
  • How To Plan The Ultimate Long-Term Project, From The Team Who Got Us To Pluto owl.li/PAQXT
  • A Visual Diary of Gorgeous Technicolor Films owl.li/PDZhu
  • The Cognitive Benefits of Doodling owl.li/PAQQT
  • Kelly McGonigal: How to Turn Stress Into an Advantage owl.li/PBAso
  • How APIs transformed internal operations at NPR, the Times, and The Guardian. What APIs Can Do for News owl.li/PB9Pd
  • Learning a foreign language a ‘must’ in Europe, not so in America owl.li/PAmyp
  • Prosopagnosia is a disorder where you're unable to recognize faces. What it's like to be face blind owl.li/PyV11
  • ◉ Timothy Young: Books Matter owl.li/PybPR
  • Figure out exactly how many people to invite. Invite the Right Amount People to Your Meeting with the 8-18-1800 Rule owl.li/PxRld
  • Will Burtin and Cipe Pineles might not be household names but you know their work. 10 Unsung Graphic Design Visionaries You Should Know...
  • Making toast doesn’t sound very complicated — until someone asks you to draw the process, step by step. Got a wicked problem? First,...
  • Fascinating Photos: How NASA set New Horizons on its path to Pluto owl.li/PyddM
  • ◉ Fascinating, so much is done by feel: Before there was Photoshop - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/15…
  • obsolete design terminology: desktop’s dead dictionary | Desktop owl.li/PxSeW
  • What do we do when antibiotics don’t work any more? owl.li/Pxm6M
  • Why I taught myself 20 languages -- and what I learned about myself in the process owl.li/PvMDf
  • ◉ How to Fall Asleep by Not Trying owl.li/PybJ0
  • A Million Kids in the UK Will Get This Tiny Computer owl.li/PvI1Y
  • The Best Books About Books owl.li/PvMlx
  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week owl.li/PBVpb
  • Dwarf planet Pluto finally gets some respect owl.li/PvI0o
  • One more reason to get a good night’s sleep owl.li/PvM8E
  • Shaving has been expensive since ancient Greece owl.li/PvHYZ
  • Here’s What the Sun Looks Like Through an X-Ray Telescope owl.li/PvLTS
  • This is what it's like to teach in North Korea owl.li/PxmfX
  • How Ecstasy, Aspirin, and LSD Look Under the Microscope owl.li/PvI2G
  • The Death Of Bees Explained In A Nutshell owl.li/PvHWB
  • Carnegie Mellon's Lego-like Modular Snake Robots owl.li/PvHJG
  • ◉ Why Think When You Can Google Instead? owl.li/PybrB
  • Why tragedies are alluring - David E. Rivas owl.li/PpdnA Why tragedies are alluring - David E. Rivas owl.li/Ppdm2
  • Can SoundCloud Be the Facebook of Music? owl.li/PvH5r
  • ◉ Noam Murro reimagines Mickey's Sorcerer's Apprentice - smartercreativity.com/blog/2015/7/13…
  • Here’s Why You May Be Aging Faster Than Your Friends owl.li/PvGXz
  • Watson Adds Deep Learning to Its Repertoire owl.li/Pp6XH Watson Adds Deep Learning to Its Repertoire | MIT Technology Review...
  • The science of Pixar's Inside Out owl.li/PvGUI
  • The Social Security number wasn’t meant for the digital age owl.li/PvHXm
  • The Superplant That May Finally Topple the Rubber Monopoly owl.li/Pxt53
  • The Watson Ecosystem Will Pull Us Out of the Big Data Dark Age - PSFK owl.li/PvGhh
  • The Flying Robot International Film Festival, An Open Competitive Film Festival Featuring Films Created With Drones owl.li/PoKrr
  • The many mothers of invention owl.li/Poq1Q
  • The Secret to Time Management? Focus. Focus. Focus. owl.li/Po2Yj
  • A Dreamily Animated Introduction to Haruki Murakami, Japan’s Jazz and Baseball-Loving Postmodern Novelist owl.li/PooLn
  • How Networked Monkey Brains Could Help Disabled Humans owl.li/Pom7K How Networked Monkey Brains Could Help Disabled Humans |...
  • The art of storytelling, according to the founders of StoryCorps and Humans of New York owl.li/Pp6oI
  • No, thank you: 20 Shocking Photos from This Year's "Running of the Bulls" owl.li/PokMI 20 Shocking Photos from This Year’s......
  • Don’t Be the Office Schedule-Wrecker owl.li/PnZZp Don’t Be the Office Schedule-Wrecker - WSJ owl.li/PnZWN
  • The Complex And Bizzare Science Of The Color Red owl.li/PmeDV The Complex And Bizzare Science Of The Color Red – Design School...
  • How NPR Tote Bags Became a Thing owl.li/Plwse How NPR Tote Bags Became a Thing - The Atlantic owl.li/Plwqc
  • Michael Bierut talks about work, life and the NZ flag owl.li/Pm1dE Michael Bierut talks about work, life and the NZ flag /...
  • Television Is No Longer the Screen of Choice for Kids owl.li/PkAtC Anthony Crupi. owl.li/PkAhy
  • What unread books can teach us owl.li/PiyWRWhat unread books can teach us | Life and style | The Guardian owl.li/PiySS
  • The Top Ten Innovation Report for July owl.li/PlxhZ The Top Ten Innovation Report for July | Springwise owl.li/PlxfT
  • Marie Curie's Research Papers Are Still Radioactive 100+ Years Later owl.li/Po0f1Marie Curie’s Research Papers Are Still......
  • How a Physicist Solved the Mystery of an Iconic Photo owl.li/PiwE5 How a Physicist Solved the Mystery of an Iconic Photo...
  • How Brazil Designed Its Shapeshifting Olympic Torch owl.li/Piwzw owl.li/Piwy9
  • ◉ Tokyo Reverse owl.li/P9tZu owl.li/P9tX8
  • Why Love Lyrics Last owl.li/PikPt owl.li/PikNU
  • Inside the Nuclear Bunker Where America Preserves Its Movie History owl.li/Piwviowl.li/Piwt7
  • Bloomberg's 'What Is Code' Feature Was A Massive Hit -- Here's Why owl.li/Pi5B1owl.li/Pi5z0
  • Blade Runner’s Miniature Props Revealed in 142 Behind-the-Scenes Photos owl.li/PivHp
  • Infographic: How we’ll live on Mars owl.li/Pi55V
  • At Amazon Warehouses, Humans and Machines Work in Frenetic Harmony- MIT Technology Review owl.li/PivAC owl.li/Pivyc
  • Apparently There Are 4 Kinds of Introversion owl.li/PikTK owl.li/PikSv

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: July 10, 2015

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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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