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The House of Wigs #31

"back in the day I could just roll my eyes but now it’s my job to make other people roll their eyes and I guess that means I’m now officially an adult."

Photographer Taryn Simon Shoots America's Best-Kept Secrets

"These submarine telecommunication cables extend thousands of miles across the Atlantic Ocean before reaching this endpoint in Avon, New Jersey."

Can this be true? - Paul Krugman - Op-Ed Columnist - New York Times Blog

“Most people don’t have the luxury of living to be 80 years old,” Gramm scoffed, “so it’s hard for me to feel sorry for them.”

Gentrification With Justice - byFaith Online

"The definitive works have yet to be written on how to harness gentrification for the purposes of the Kingdom."

Brand Avenue: Traveling Without Moving

"Long a site of incredible possibility, the Lower East Side as retooled by MTV becomes the site of a new type of cultural production (not to mention consumer fantasy)."

Reconfigurable House

"the many sensors and actuators of Reconfigurable House can be reconnected endlessly as people change their minds so that the House can take on completely new behaviours."


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