Copied from Josh Goodwin's FB page. God is in Control! JOSHUA GOODWIN·THURSDAY, JULY 21, 2016 Pro 21:30-31 There is no wisdom nor understanding nor counsel against the LORD. (31) The horse is prepared against the day of battle: but safety is of the LORD. NOTE: This verse doesn’t speak against preparation, but rather puts our [...]
Rooftop gardens expanded ideas. We could do this in the U.S. if people would be willing to take the time, and if owners of apartment houses, abandoned factories, etc., were willing to allow such enterprise.
Floating Fields is based on the idea of creating a “place-based bio-social urbanism” that offers an alternative, organic lifestyle. It engages public space by creating an edible landscape and a polyculture ecology that once defined the landform of the Pearl River Delta.
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And here are the top ten architects to watch for. Their designs and creativity may even inspire someone else to become an architect. You won’t believe some of these designs. Anyone up for travel?
Architects design buildings and infrastructure that will define our cities for years to come. Their creativity, artistic drive, and commitment to innovation shapes the way we interact with the places we call home whether that be urban center or rural retreat.
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Some things are beyond words. Architectural art can create some of the most unusual and graceful habitats. This one makes me want to visit this place, although I imagine getting to it would be a challenge.
Interesting: God uses nature to cover the ugliness of abandoned messes created by humans.
Here’s a great interview with a dynamic, thorough, and talented historical novelist: Christoph Fischer.
My dear friend across the pond and fellow independent author Christoph Fischer has stopped by today for a chat. This was interesting because a lot of his writing, like mine, features people struggling with real historical events in a time of crisis.
Christoph was born in Germany, near the Austrian border, as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. Not a full local in the eyes and ears of his peers he developed an ambiguous sense of belonging and home in Bavaria. He moved to Hamburg in pursuit of his studies and to lead a life of literary indulgence. After a few years he moved on to the UK where he now lives in a small town in West Wales. He and his partner have three Labradoodles to complete their family.
What is your latest success, Christoph?
My latest book “Ludwika” . It has just reached…
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If you want to protect your work, here’s a new website that may help fight piracy and copyright infringement. Also, visit D.G. Kaye’s website.
My author friend, D.G. Kaye, mentioned a new site called Blasty . This is a new site still in beta. It’s created for writers and artists to enroll their books and anything copyrighted. It then keeps track of it and notifies you if any suspicious ‘BUY’ links are found on Google. When suspicious links are found, artists are then given the right to ‘blast‘ the link right off Google themselves!
You can find out more on D.G. Kaye’s blog.
Never hurts to listen to those who have paved the way and done it well. Re-blogged from anotsojadedlife.wordpress.com