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Looking at Buildings ‘…from the Pevsner Architectural Guides. An introduction to understanding and exploring the built environment and architecture of all periods and styles with pages on architectural history, styles, traditions, buildings, materials and techniques, city g delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via del.icio.us.

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The ElectriClerk 1988 Macintosh computer meets Underwood typewriter c.1923 delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via del.icio.us.

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The “Underwood No. 5” mini-ITX project I think I’ve found the solution to Joel’s absence from the internet (as linked in previous linklog) Pictures of Walls ‘…The wall is the weapon of choice for the unarmed civillian…’ (via spaceandculture.org) delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via del.icio.us.

part 2 added

Notes from the second half of this lecture can be found in Part 2.

problem solving

Part 2 of a 3 part series: The Ole Scheeren lecture Reeling from the shock of Ole’s 33m deep whole that he’d shown on the slide that finished the first half of his lecture, we all did our best to adust the scale of our thinking as he begun to tell us about an exhibition […]

book reviews

A link for fellow parents: Red House online book sellers are advertising for volunteers to help with reviews of childrens books. Calling all mums and dads! We’re looking for the parents of babies and toddlers to join our young Red House Readers, reviewing and recommending books to other mums, dads and teachers. We will regularly […]

uneven territory

I just got back from a weekend in York. Spoils from the trip include a copy of Ted Hughes‘ Hawk in the Rain (which I first encountered on a previous trip to York whilst dining in The Tasting Room) and some sneaky phonecam photos of the inside of Fairfax House. It’s a beautifully restored 18th […]

MANPLAN 1

Dan, over at City of Sound, mentioned it a few days ago and then the eagle-eyed Jonathan from Things Magazine picked up on it. I posted a comment about it, wandered over to a dusty corner of the office whilst my boss wasn’t looking, stole it, scanned it and flickred it. So here it is, […]

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Corante: Strange Attractor ‘How metafeeds will lead the way to RSS nirvana. Maybe.’ delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via del.icio.us.