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On the negative side… while it’s great for the speaker, for all the reasons you cite, the idea that…
Jonathan Meades: Architects are the last people who should shape our cities | Art and design | The Guardian
In fine form. “It is the business of attempting to create places that defeats architects. Architects cannot devise analogues for what has developed over centuries, for generation upon generation of amendments. They cannot understand the appeal of untidiness and randomness, and even if they could they wouldn’t know how to replicate it.”
From 1996. “The new book is not even a monologue. It’s a semi-non-fiction, semi-fiction.” “People still do [write fiction books], and good ones, but I don’t know why. It’s been done.” (via Rodcorp)
Sounds like a good chap. First cyclist to do 100 miles in under four hours (in 1956). Stayed an amateur. Had cold porridge in his drinks bottle
Some interesting furniture and lights made with many different materials and processes, what Matt J told me about. Some nice prototypes, manufacturing and sketches if you click through to later images.
A survey of “creative and marketing professionals” - basically all the roles in agencies, as far as I can tell. Both permanent and freelance.
New, expensive, book from my old futures professor and an alumni who now also teaches at Houston.
@tomtaylor YOU’RE INDESTRUCTIBLE!
@russelldavies GO GO!
@pixellent YOU HAVE NO IDEA! WHERE AM I? I CAN’T FIND ANY THINGS!
@ianbetteridge But it’s a shame some of those screenshots are the kind of graphical glitches that exist on Google Maps too.
@stml How do they do it? Or do they not even get that far?
My girlfriend finally agreed to act out my nurse fantasy. She moved my bed into the hallway & put me on a waiting list. And I have MRSA.