12.12.12 | Transblog
September 1945: another war was over, and St.Louis, a city like many others across the country, counted the costs. As life struggled to return to normal, it became obvious how profoundly the city had been battered by the depression of the war years. In the aftermath, she showed the signs of strain and of neglect. [...]
How the illustrated cross-sections of a building, and the assemblage of debris from a violent accident, exemplify the emergent practices of designing for complex problems.
When I was a kid I was a faux-vegetarian for about 6 months. I absolutely refused to dissect that darned frog in biology class, and knew that the only way I [...]
10.25.12 | Transblog
The Milky Way.
I think it’s safe to say that those of you reading this know what that is. Furthermore, you’ve probably even seen photos of it. On a more scalar level, you also most likely appreciate what it means to be part of a community, a nation and a global system. These are not novel concepts [...]