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#30DaysOfBiking - Day 7

April 8, 2015
30DaysOfBiking Day 7
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#30DaysOfBiking - Day 6

April 7, 2015
#30DaysOfBiking is a month long commitment to ride my bicycle everyday during the month of April. Regardless of weather. Regardless of distance. Regardless of time. To help provide bicycles to children in need through Free Bikes for Kidz.
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#30DaysOfBiking - Day 5

April 6, 2015
#30DaysOfBiking is a month long commitment to ride my bicycle everyday during the month of April. Regardless of weather. Regardless of distance. Regardless of time. To help provide bicycles to children in need through Free Bikes for Kidz.
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#30DaysOfBiking - Day 4

April 5, 2015
#30DaysOfBiking is a month long commitment to ride my bicycle everyday during the month of April. Regardless of weather. Regardless of distance. Regardless of time. To help provide bicycles to children in need through Free Bikes for Kidz.
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#30DaysOfBiking - Day 3

April 4, 2015
#30DaysOfBiking is a month long commitment to ride my bicycle everyday during the month of April. Regardless of weather. Regardless of distance. Regardless of time. To help provide bicycles to children in need through Free Bikes for Kidz.
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#30DaysOfBiking - Day 2

April 3, 2015
#30DaysOfBiking is a month long commitment to ride my bicycle everyday during the month of April. Regardless of weather. Regardless of distance. Regardless of time. To help provide bicycles to children in need through Free Bikes for Kidz.
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#30DaysOfBiking - Day 1

April 2, 2015
During the month of April, i have committed to ride my bicycle every day. Regardless of weather. Regardless of distance. Regardless of time. Why you might ask? Well the short answer is to help provide bicycles to children in need through Free Bikes f
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On the Craft of Drafting: A Lament

March 30, 2015
Drafting used to be a craft. And while there are still some who take pride in an well executed set of drawings, it seems to be going by the wayside to some extent. And while it may be the case in some day that 2d representations of a building are no
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Does an architect do architecture?

March 23, 2015
As part of the last #ArchiTalks series of posts on Architecture in the Real World, Jonathan Brown over at PROTO-ARCHITECURE, proffered the notion that "If it ain't built, it ain't architecture". Bob Borson over at Life of an Architect took on this t
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Save a Drink, Save a Life

March 12, 2015
We interrupt our regularly scheduled program for this pubic service announcement:
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my CAD Story, WYSIWYG

March 5, 2015
As it turns out, WYSIWYG is a term that i was introduced to in the early 2000s when i went to purchase my first Mac from a local shop. However, it took a jogging of my memory a couple of years ago to remember what it is. You see, the guy at the local
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Welcome to the Architecture of the Real.

February 23, 2015
"What is real? How do you define 'real'? If you're talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then 'real' is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain." -Morpheus, The Matrix (1999)
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