Monthly Archives: January 2009

How Architects Learn: What Architecture Could Learn from Experimental Music

Architecture students are like virgins with an itch they cannot scratch. Never build a building till you’re 50, what kind of life is that? —Steven Malkmus, The Hexx by Pavement Recently, two different texts with two very different visions of … Continue reading

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Facebook Digs Deeper into the Black Hole of Custom Markup

Today, Facebook announced the ability for developers of Facebook apps to create and share custom FBML tags. The idea is that the tags would make some functionality the developers provided available to other people building things on Facebook. One of … Continue reading

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