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Monday
Jun112012

In the interim


House on Morgan Ford, South St. Louis City

 

The future is pliable, unknown, and weighty. On the other side of today there is a vagueness — a multitude of directions the world could sway. ...We have a hunger for a better condition, and we are, if nothing else, optimistic. The only way forward is through something we've never done, so we run full speed into the great imagined unknown to make this world for one another. 

 —  F R A N K    C H I M E R O  The Shape of Design


I've found myself welcoming some new and exciting opportunities and of course, keeping very busy lately. I don't ever want to feel hurried or obliged to create bogus content so as it seems, I've neglected this space for the simple reason of not being able to find the time or energy when it comes down to it. I hope in the coming weeks as things settle, this space can help again to keep me centered. What I did find time for was Chimero's fieldguide for makers, The Shape of Design. I loved so many things about this book - I'll likely reference it often. Thank you for checking back. :)

Reader Comments (1)

Like music to my ears. I am in that same feeling right now - so much to do that I find myself worried I'm neglecting my blog, and then I realise it really shouldn't be something that worries me! I'd rather do no posts than hurried posts, as I feel I have been doing lately.
06/15 | Unregistered CommenterJo

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