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Links 1 through 10 of 21 by Joshua DiMauro tagged architecture

Guidelines for the design of clean URIs: for example, "try to keep URI length below 80 characters, because email applications may wrap them if they're longer."

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Finally got around to reading Matt Jones' Webstock talk. Worth checking out.

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An extensive interview with Adam Greenfield, encompassing Everyware (his last book) The City Is Here For You To Use (his future, unbookish, self-published book), and… well, quite a lot of other things.

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Fantastic rube goldberg machine that translates rainwater into music.

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“To me, virtuality is connected with interactivity – not interactivity in a “press the yes or no button” kind of way, though. Until a few years ago, the feeling of the virtual was so representational that you could only relate to it as a sort of grid. I think this has changed now. Today, virtuality means interactivity in the sense that if you engage, the virtuality changes. And, perhaps more importantly, as you do that, you change as well, because you’ve taken it upon yourself to engage, to interact. The double perspective is acknowledged by the virtual space. The important thing is that virtuality should have an impact on you, just as you should have an impact on it. As a result, it contains a certain unpredictability.”

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“[objects should be designed in their] next largest context - a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, environment in a city plan.”

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Architecture as a sense of structure and envelopment

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Downloadable audio for the Long Now Lecture Series.

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