Tuesday, May 4, 2004


Visited the Archigram exhibition at the London Design Museum this afternoon with a bunch of clever people - and I remembered how much I believe that buildings are often more beautiful while they are being constructed than after they are built. Imaginary architectures are also good.

Later on I really enjoyed conversations with Jack Schulze about mapping complex urban spaces and the Barbican, and I'm still digesting Matt Webb's recent post on social software.

I've also been enjoying ROAM - A Reader on the Aesthetics of Mobility and Pillow Talk - a new weblog translation of Sei Shonagon's 10th century Pillow Book.

Tomorrow I'm off to Dublin. Yay.


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