Monthly Archives: July 2011

Andy Goes to Market

Immediately to the north of Union Square, on what used to be a part of Broadway but now furnished with tables, umbrellas, and planting, a ten-foot tall chrome statue of Andy Warhol by artist Rob Pruitt, strolls toward the Union Square … Continue reading

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Stamps of Approval

Not many folks ever think about the process of design when using their toaster or making a phone call, but the whole look and feel of our lives is shaped, literally, by the work of designers. It is therefore heartwarming … Continue reading

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The Power of the Human Mind

Not exactly the Queen’s English but this at least gives us some hope for texters, tweeters, twitterers, and emailers, for whom spelling does not seem to be a primary concern, or at least, for whom typos seem to be second … Continue reading

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