Monthly archives of “March 2019

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Holding a shadow

Debating the merits — or shortcomings, depending on which camp you’re in — of all-glass buildings isn’t new. But there seems to be a bit of a resurgence happening right now because of the recent opening of Hudson Yards in New York. There’s an important… Read More

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The perfect city

‚ÄúThis book is a love story of cities. It is so well observed — the places, the people, the history and what the future holds. Joe tells a very personal and beautifully written story direct from the front line. An absolute must read for everyone… Read More

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The Apple Card fine print

Apple announced a number of new products and services this week, including Apple TV+ and a new Apple credit card, which will initially only be available in the US. It all aligns nicely with their goal of growing their service/subscription businesses and weaning themselves off… Read More

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Golden hour cranes

I was out this past Saturday evening with my Fujifilm X-T3. I usually always have it on me when I’m traveling, but less so when I’m at home. It can be harder to be a “tourist” in your own city because things don’t stand out… Read More