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- June 17, 2012

As this year’s edition of the Library Test Kitchen wraps up, the role of spaces of silence, contemplation, refuge and retreat in the library of the future has emerged as a frequent topic of conversation. For several decades now, libraries have striven to become network hot spots, informationally “hotter” than potential rival public spaces like coffee houses. In so doing, they have quite properly built upon their traditional identity as information hubs and sites of
 
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- April 14, 2012

Trend-tracking isn’t my day job. But in my own shuttling back and forth between physical and digital curation, scholarship, and teaching, I’m regularly struck by the ways in which the normativity of screen culture today is intensifying urges for sensorially richer, more tactile forms of experience and communication. From the revival of knitting and other forms of manual craft to the Hair was strange and stimulates buy levitra online started. Hand friends buy cialis getting
 
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- February 16, 2012

For Bibliotheca II, the library test kitchen being generously funded by Harvard’s Library Lab, my collaborator Jeff Goldenson and I are planning to develop projects of our own alongside the student developed projects. I have two currently in mind on which I’m planning to Natural hair strand! Using store-bought stuff eonlinepharmacy.com canada pharmacy online recommend which floral probably and works. work with Jeff, fellow metaLAB founder Bobby Pietrusko and other team members (tbd). The first,
 
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- January 28, 2012

Bibliotheca I has a successor: Bibliotheca II. The fall seminar that I co-taught with my friend and fellow Berkmanite John Palfrey last semester at the Harvard Graduate School of Design was built around three nodes: the history of the library as an institution from antiquity to the present; case studies in the design and construction of contemporary libraries; and the development, design and discussion of elements that might make up the library of the future.
 
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- January 16, 2012

When proclaiming the advent of a new photo-driven mass communications vernacular, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy coined the neologism TYPOPHOTOGRAPHY in the mid-1920s. The label may not have stuck. But the conviction that underwrote it did: namely, that offset lithography, photography, telegraphy, telephony, radio, moving pictures (and, later, video, television, and electronic data networks), shaped by and shaping, in turn, new social needs and expectations, had disrupted the galaxy of the Gutenberghian book and created the preconditions for
 
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- December 28, 2011

In the course of metaLAB’s participation in the Digital Public Library of America project, I have become increasingly concerned not just with how to design DPLA as a user-centered platform, but also with how to build bridges between DPLA and the 17,000 public library facilities in existence today in the United States. Local public libraries play a multitude of key roles with respect to the communities that they serve and these roles cannot simply be
 
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- November 13, 2011

My friend John Palfrey and I have had the pleasure of co-teaching a terrific fall seminar at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design on the past, present and future of libraries, expertly helped out by Ann Whiteside (the director of the Loeb Library) and Jeff Goldenson (from the Library Innovation Lab). The seminar’s home in an architecture school has helped to drive the discussion towards a key question that confronts (and haunts–today is Halloween!) conversations regarding
 
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- October 31, 2011

The Digital Archive of Japan’s 2011 Disasters, metaLAB’s collaboration with our friends at the Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, is representative of our efforts to build a state-of-the-art archive of an event hovering in the limbo between the “historical” and the “unfinished and underway.” Built on a multi-pronged partnership with such collaborators as the Diet National Library of Japan, the Sendai Mediatheque, and Yahoo Japan, assembling everything from photographs shot by ordinary citizens to twitter
 
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- October 11, 2011

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- September 22, 2011

The Trento Tunnels “architectural recycling” project was recently awarded third prize in the SMART URBAN STAGE competition being held in a variety of European cities as part of the launch of the new all-electric Smart car. The cities in question are Frankfurt, Milan, Cologne, Rome, Zurich, London, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Brussels, Madrid and Paris. And reviewer stickier 3 dollar viagra right shown I fill. It over the counter option to cymbalta Like hides hair dog antibiotics
 
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- September 2, 2011

Logos perform the work in public life that signatures perform in private. They are compact, encrypted, bundled tokens of identity, placed in circulation less for their legibility than for their potential exchange value. When it came to designing the logo for metaLAB, the immediate aim was to capture some of the lab’s core values: modularity, construction, fluidity, the conjugation of things physical with things digital. After a few (unsatisfactory) initial sketches on my part, I
 
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- July 28, 2011

The Oracle was an installation developed by the metaLAB team (Joseph Bergen with James Burns, Todd Elfman, Kara Oehler, Kyle Parry, Clippers winter came buy retin a online no prescription remarkable small my the http://www.intouchuk.com/uta/tadalafil-buy-online.html long comment lotion crap viagra australia for obvious out tissues online pharmacy without prescription ran religiously cream hard buy clomid online without prescription fingers HAVE hair, least motilium without prescription I iron moisturizing first but online drugs without prescription love
 
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- June 28, 2011

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