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Constant Vigilance/Our Social Eye(s)

(photo above: Any Size Mirror is a Dictator: Homage to Allan Kaprow, 2012, Photo by Eyal Perry)

MIDNIGHT, Friday, June 23—NOON, Friday, June 23… 1,591 more words

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Summer is pretty much settling in. Flowers are blooming, leaves are fluttering with the wind, the grass is greener and mosquitoes are back as ever. 469 more words

#travel

"Glasshouse" Review

Warning: If you have not read “Glasshouse” by Charles Stross, do not read this review if you wish to avoid spoilers. If you don’t mind spoilers or already read the book, go ahead and read this! 773 more words

#fiction

Theodore Roethke

Born on this day in 1908 Thodore Roethke’s short life never crossed with mine.  He passed away, aged only 55, 2 months and 1 day before I was born. 94 more words

Poetry

Planned bicycle sheds on Parkview

Residents are cordially invited to attend a bicycle shed planning meeting

on: 26th May 2017

at: 11 AM

in: the Glasshouse Hall

Meeting will be attended by a Tower Hamlets Homes officer Jasmin.

Parkview Estate

Inside my greenhouse

It’s a lovely drizzly day today. I cycled to Newton Dee thinking I’d have the bike path all to myself but there were lots of people there – dog walkers, cyclists, and joggers. 153 more words

Journal

Built to last: How keeping up the builder–buyer relationship can lead to future business

(This article originally posted on Construction Dive.)

Builders know that investing in a relationship with a client today can lead to more business down the line. 1,243 more words

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