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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Tongue-in-cheek Architecture

i'm sure clients of big firms can relate to some of the ramblings on this site. well done.

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Dumb Bastards

IN NEW ENGLAND and elsewhere, our fossil fuel gluttony is already taking its toll. Roughly 33 acres of Cape Cod's shoreline wash away each year due to sea level rise, and the rate of loss is accelerating. The estimated cost of damage from sea level rise over the next century tops $90 billion for metropolitan Boston alone.