Function Melts Form. Number eight in my FAQ’s and why taking some time to find proper posture is essential for longevity.

Function.  Melts.  Form.
I LOVE – like so love – those three words in that order. The order is important!

It’s a title from a chapter in a book called, How Buildings Learn, by Stewart Brand. When I read it I couldn’t let that concept go.

What this means is that as the function of as specific artifact changes (in […]

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A Baker’s Top Ten Booklist: Books I’d Call Art

This post is more like a mini e-book. Please don’t be scared. Many words, but trust me, it could potentially lead you to many more words in the form of books. Yes books. Remember books? Do you still read books?  This post is a compilation of books, mostly non-fiction with the exception of one (from […]

Reverse Engineer Your Health: Becoming your best own curator

“The traditional role of the librarian and curator – to select what is to be preserved and ruthlessly weed out everything else – suddenly is obsolete.”

I read the above sentence in a book titled “Clock on the Long Now: Time and Responsibility. The Ideas Behind the World’s Slowest Computer” by Stewart […]

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