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Archive for June 2007

   (2007.06.18)

The fourth issue, with unpersuasive Koreaphilia

   (2007.06.17)

Mysteriously situated on the mezzanine level of the upstairs dance floor at Clockwork in Islington.

I called over one of the strapping, DSLR-toting Croatian dudes (you had to move Croatians to sit down) and even he couldn’t get a decent shot of this mirrorized mural, which appears to depict a latter-day-Egyptian tableau of a bird with too many wings falling earthward on a modern street, one of whose buildings is inexplicably labelled NOMI↓.

It seems unconnected to Klaus. I find it powerful if ominous.

   (2007.06.16)

A book by Toronto writers about Toronto architecture… written in British English and typeset in Helvetica Light

   (2007.06.14)

What happens in London and Brighton stays in London and Brighton. Not

   (2007.06.13)

18 years’ advice on public speaking, all in one post

   (2007.06.12)

@media London 2007: Andy Clarke (no relation)

   (2007.06.12)

@media London 2007: Jason Santa Maria

   (2007.06.12)

@media London 2007: Mark Boulton

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