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Ecoempathy in the East River: Amphibious Architecture

In their recent book Responsive Landscapes, Bradley Cantrell and Jessie Holzman write about the ability of technologically-enhanced urban landscapes to “elucidate” natural processes that are invisible but present in cities. 552 more words


…then what is stopping you, who is full of life, from being positive?

Research says ‘Emotions expressed by the dying are unexpectedly positive.’

“Fear of death is a fundamental part of the human experience — we dread the possibility of pain and suffering and we worry that we’ll face the end alone. 38 more words


The Dead (Doctrine)

You probably might have heard of the term ‘the walking dead’- people who are dead but walk about. It could also mean people whose days are numbered i.e. 418 more words


How to be an adult

I’m not going to lie – I’m not a pro. I haven’t been in the adult game long, but I’ve already learned so much through this newfound independent experience that I felt I had to share. 477 more words

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Combining Human Intuition & Artificial Intelligence - The Bionic Partition

Next week, Productspec presents the fifth free Paradigm Shift, and is very proud to host international keynote speaker, Danil Nagy – Lead Designer & Senior Research Scientist at… 238 more words


A New Paradigm For Sustainable Architecture - Hy-Fi

This year, for the fifth free Paradigm Shift, Productspec is proud to host international keynote speaker, Danil Nagy – Lead Designer & Senior Research Scientist at  203 more words


Obviously, none of this went as planned.  The whole high school thing turned out sucking big time.  Sometimes, that makes me sad.  But mostly, it just makes me very very excited for everything that has yet to come. 160 more words

The Living