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Scenes from my first week at the new job, in which our hero goes digital in a big way. And a word to the wise? Keyboard shortcuts are pretty dope, y’all.


How To Catch A Star

Forgive the spoiler, but here is the protagonist of How To Catch A Star by Oliver Jeffers (HarperCollins, 2004), reading his own story in a comfortable armchair with the star he’s caught.


Dragon Loves Penguin

A quickie: Dragon Loves Penguin by Debi Gliori (Bloomsbury, 2013) is baby Bib’s bedtime story.

See also Stormy Weather.


Expeditionary pages

In the grand tradition of self-reference, I realized one could write pages which summarized other pages. Your corpus was your work, and this new article would serve as a curation of selected content. 118 more words


Tectonic Articulation

Bearing in mind the three dimensions of architecture task -organization, articulation, signification- and in an effort to create an structural autopoietic system that will offer new opportunities for architectural articulation, the study explores articulation of structural morphologies -through principles of stigmergic collaboration and structural coupling- that will allow the articulation between a variety of spaces by transitions through structural tectonic static morphing. 116 more words

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