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a house with a veranda

To celebrate my birthday, my wife took me to see over 20 of Irving Gill’s extant works.  I’ve always appreciated this seminal figure, and his lasting impact upon Southern California’s architectural development, but had never taken it upon myself to actually seek out his work in person.   125 more words

Entire Buildings

BLOG POST (Module 2): JACQUELINE COMITER, A Show That Romanticizes Death Achieves Water-cooler Status

Trigger warning: suicide

In Season 1, Episode 11 of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, Hannah’s guilt-ridden crush, Clay Jensen, finally listens to his tape, and the show perpetuates its dangerous messages that suicide is an effective revenge tactic and that a series of events—rather than mental illness—leads to suicide. 756 more words


Ops, TT&TO, invective, and blah-blah-blah

It’s been a while since my last post. Life has become hectic with lots of work (as the opposite to none at all for quite some time) so to keep the blog moving I thought I’d cross post my response to Joe Fugate’s recent editorial: … 705 more words


2017 Module Rollover Complete

The Module Rollover for 2017 has been completed, and modules have been released to instructors. All modules due to run in 2017/18 have been rolled over. 203 more words


Lorneville Mechanical leasing E.S. Fox building

405 King William Road, Saint John

As reported by HUDDLE, Lorneville Mechanical Contractor’s Ltd (“Lorneville”) announced this week that they won a contract to fabricate large modules as part of an expansion at the Irving Oil Refinery. 202 more words

Commercial Real Estate

Stereotaxis Launches the e-Contact™ Module in Europe

ST. LOUIS, June 15, 2017 (STL.NEWS) — Stereotaxis, Inc. (OTCQX:STXS), a global leader in innovative robotic technologies for the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias, today announced the European launch of the e-Contact™ module. 9 more words

ProtoTypo PT5 - BUD666

While working on my ProtoTypo PT3 build I came to realize that actually just about any piece of Behringer audio gear would likely make a pretty neat candidate for hacking. 2,035 more words

Audio Gear