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Keith Smith’s Facebook Wisdom

There are moments in my life which are dull and grey or I feel envious of an others’ work or success, I believe everyone has these moments and they can rapidly fill up the pages of our thoughts and control our thinking.  I do not wish to get stuck in these moments or walk them […]

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Wed, September 25 2013 » Discoveries, Inspiration » No Comments

The Devil In The White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America ~By Erik Larson

In the 1890s Chicago created a Fair that would dramatically highlight the city and demonstrate where the United States was AT in the world of Industry and Architecture.  This is a very detailed and suspenseful book which one knows is non-fiction and yet reads like a page turner novel.  It is quite interesting. The Architects […]

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Thu, March 1 2012 » Reading » No Comments

Enough Design for You – Enough Books for Me

Just some other thoughts about our solar panels: March 2011 was a very, very rainy month as has been since the start of 2011, but the stats for my solar panels was so telling  – with no snow cover during the month at all we still saved 322 pounds of carbon offset which is similar […]

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Thu, June 30 2011 » Discoveries » No Comments