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    some super reading this weekend...

    Gregory Walker
    Feb 3, '13 3:32 AM EST

    so we have a har-bowl after all. bleah. can't really root for either team, so it's time to catch up on some reading...

     

    following up on my last post, it really is all about teams...

     

    you a winner? or a loser? hope you're the former...

     

    about that corner office...

     

    i really, really want to be one of the cool kids...

     

    of course, since i'm not, i'll just listen to someone who is...

     

    i'm probably going to buy this handlebar on principle (even though i don't own a bike right now).

     

    the construction forecast is generally up for 2013, although the wall street types aren't as optimistic as the industry guys...

     

    i love libraries. so, it's nice to see that pew has devoted a section to them. and, there's some nice conversations about their future ongoing.

     

    the paperman has only been viewed 8.5M times, half by me alone.

     

    are you ready for the circular economy? or does that article belong in the circular storage file? (wait, did you think i meant a garbage can??)

     

    finally, give it up to another couple who've found money in the valley trying to make the world a little better place...



     
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Central to the blog is a long running interest in how we construct practices that enable and promote the kind of work we are all most interested in. From how firms are run, structured, and constructed, the main focus will be on exploring, expanding and demystifying how firms operate. I’ll be interviewing different practices – from startups to nationally recognized firms, bringing to print at least one a month. Our focus will be connecting Archinect readers with the business of practice.

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