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Monday, July 28, 2003
In Boston around Thanksgiving? Don't miss my talk at the MIT conference on Architecture-History-Pedagogy. SeeHTC at MIT [ Pedagogy Conference ]
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 04:53 PM PST [Link]
Sunday, July 27, 2003
Housing affordability is at crisis proportions in Los Angeles. Read the LA Times article: Professionals at Home in Subsidized Housing
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 10:15 AM PST [Link]
Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Issue 5 of PRAXIS: journal of writing + building, containing my article Los Angeles at the Limits. Reflexive Practice in a Late Capitalist city, is out, and is available in Santa Monica's Hennessey & Ingalls. The issue theme is Architecture after Capitalism.
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 10:17 AM PST [Link]
Tuesday, July 15, 2003
The New York Times carries an article on the intractability of Los Angeles's Skid Row: In Los Angeles, Skid Row Resists an Upgrade
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 10:32 AM PST [Link]
Monday, July 14, 2003
Is Los Angeles's recent success in controlling pollution going to be its undoing as the population rises? See the LA Times article Smog Woes Back on Horizon
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 10:11 PM PST [Link]
Reuters reports that the hinterlands are becoming wired. See Rural Internet No Longer So Off the Grid
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 12:10 AM PST [Link]
Thursday, July 10, 2003
The last month has been a little quiet, but two items start postings for July:
First, audc's preliminary research on Quartzsite, Arizona appears at polar inertia.
Also, the New York Times carries a story about varying levels of security in office buildings. Read: Different Cities, Different Security for Buildings
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 08:41 AM PST [Link]