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Richard Saul Wurman’s 5 Lives →I’m writing the biography of Richard Saul Wurman. Some of my work in progress is available through a blog I update intermittently. Architecture And Lou Are OneLong-form interview with Richard Saul Wurman — appears as … Continue reading
Please feel free to purchase the chapter I wrote for Reframing Information Architecture. I assure you I receive exactly zero dollars for each $40 PDF. Abstract: On what basis can and ought one assess the relative merits of a given … Continue reading
I just ordered a copy of Reframing Information Architecture, a new academic textbook style publication from Springer edited by Andrea Resmini. The book compiles work originally presented in a pre-conference workshop in Baltimore for the IA Summit. It features chapters written … Continue reading
@RonaldOnTheRoad… “@danklyn: quite possibly the most important human question, ever: how am I doing, wonder? pic.twitter.com/3ebrNG04” — Red Beard (@AhSinistrah) January 19, 2013 The highest to which man can attain is wonder; and if the prime phenomenon makes him … Continue reading
Landing Clean is a new write-up of a story I’ve told a few times but never before thought to capture in any particular words.
An excerpt from a workshop I gave at The Understanding Group in Ann Arbor on March 7, 2013.
Re-introducing: The Architecture of Information An idea that failed to become a Big Deal in the AIA in 1976, its roots in the workshop of Louis Kahn, and why it matters now more than ever. Video I captured from the … Continue reading