Category Archives: Education

Resilient architecture: consider building shape

There was a time long ago when you could determine the function, location and even the prevailing climate at the location, just by looking at a building. Those were the now mostly gone days when most buildings were good examples … Continue reading

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The BBC: Example of Impartial Professional Journalism

The BBC, ‘bebee’ or ‘Auntie’ as some Brits call it,  that symbol of British broadcasting will be 92 years old this October, but these days it is showing the energy, courage, and guts of a fearless teenager as it sets … Continue reading

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