Well, you can go again (yay), since it’s the “school” that’s closing, not the two places.
It was cool to go and visit and to see students inhabiting the space. Their presence added a particular life to the place. Without them there it’s just a museum albeit a great one.
And is it coincidental that the Japanese are moving ahead with their own version of the Space Force? I think not!
I think I know what you mean. We went to the Bauhaus school/campus/community in Dessau, Germany. Going into a dorm room, and seeing photos of the students in said dorm room, etc. isn’t the same thing as witnessing a vibrant working campus. It felt empty, because it was.
While many on BB might be too young to remember the phenomenal Natalie Wood, she did get a thread here not too long ago. All the years I’ve lived here, I was not aware that this infamous yacht was here, though I’ve certainly walked by it since I frequently park at this harbor.
Building this before any giant lizards, evil robots or alien armadas turn up can only be a good thing.
I’ll be surprised if some Ayn Rand-loving billionaire doesn’t step up and throw some pocket change at that school to keep it running.
“Hall also decided that he wanted more testicles, so he found a plastic surgeon who inserted three more. Hall explained that he enjoys the freedom of manipulating his body as he pleases.”
From my experiences with city planners… [shrugs] not that weird, really.
Vendor-bender LibreOffice kicks out 6.4: Community project feel, though now with added auto-█████ tool
Well, that is a surprise.
Something for the Weekend, Sir?
SF tech biz forks out $146m in fines, settlements after painkiller makers bribed it to design medical software that pushed opioids to patients
A US software developer must cough up $145m in fines and settlements – for building an application that counseled doctors to prescribe highly addictive pain pills against medical guidelines after it was bribed by painkiller manufacturers to rig the system.
The age discrimination lawsuits she engendered won’t step down with her.
Wouldn’t be great if they were all that weird? I mean, think of the kinds of cities and spaces we could be living in.
Wow. Maybe we all need more balls.
Meanwhile, doomsday hidden bases!
Well, Merry Brexit everyone.
To quote a former boss and mentor:
“Best we stay inside. The Planning Division is moving offices and I really don’t want to see social planners in their weekend clothes”