Worth Clicking: MediaStorm Links Roundup

All links are hand-picked by the MediaStorm staff for your enjoyment this weekend. Cheers!

The best free fonts, from vintage-inspired typefaces to slap-you-in-the-face slab serifs. [Creative Bloq]

Every semester on the first day of class, Spike Lee, accomplished director and NYU professor, distributes a list of essential movies he considers “the greatest films ever made. ” [Gawker]

Here are my 20 things 20-Year-Olds don’t get. [Forbes]

A short film in paper by Leo Bridle & Ben Thomas. [Vimeo]

December marks the centennial of the first flight, but don’t expect a celebration here, or anywhere else in Brazil, for that matter. [New York Times]

Watching online video once meant staring passively at a screen, but now that audience engagement is the goal, interactive video is gaining popularity and newsrooms are responding. [IJNet]

Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. Now, Grandpa spends ten hours a day moving pixels around his computer paintings. [Vimeo]

We’ve come to appreciate that the online world is not just a new distribution platform for film but a new medium entirely. But we’ve underestimated the fundamental differences it has with the world of theatrical film. [Short of the Week]

As educators, are we preparing our students to be able to manage these two worlds of data science and digital media together effectively and accurately? [Nieman Journalism Lab]

And just for fun…A race between dogs and humans. [Wimp.com]