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One of the only philosophy books I ever recommend 'Finite and Infinite Games' by James Carse (affiliate link) – source
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Demonstrates how suburbia is transforming due to the retrofitting movement Architects and developers are proving that the retrofitting drive is making a big difference in how we improve our world. Focusing on the essential challenges for redevelopment in the 21st century, this fully-illustrated, colorful book showcases exemplary built case studies ...
Living back in a suburban environment has me thinking about the commercial corridors lined with strip malls, many of which are about half full. My nightly read led me to this book which very interesting – source
The book is hit and miss and mostly known for some of the iconic photographs that define his career. I picked up a used copy a few years ago and would look at it periodically to see if it had the same impact. It didn't. But I still admired the scope of the ambition. – source
American photographer Shannon Taggart (born 1975) became aware of spiritualism as a teenager when her cousin received a message from a medium that revealed details about her grandfather's death. In 2001, while working as a photojournalist, she began photographing where that message was received--Lily Dale, New York, home to the world's largest spir...
Great book! – source
Such a great book. Gave me a lot of confidence to pursue some new ideas. – source
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