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Gaudi.

Every so often there comes an artist who changes how you think about art, about the world, about life. Artists whose works were beloved when they were alive and artists who were only appreciated after they were dead. Leonardo, Cervantes, … Continue reading

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Architecture and privacy.

The Economist recently had an article titled “Every Step You Take: Google Glass, Ubiquitous Cameras And  The Threat To Privacy.” I got to thinking about privacy, and how in some sense it is a twentieth-century, suburban phenomenon. In small towns, … Continue reading

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