Oh crap … now what?
Those four words go through my head more times than I care to admit … but what to do?
Thinking of starting a blog? It’s not right for everyone … this article attempts to introduce some of the challenges and opportunities that come with writing a successful blog
Merry Christmas from Life of an Architect! Enjoy the ’12 Days of Christmas for Architects’ song
getting technical support when you are not a technical person can be excruciating. I just went through the most painful “Technical Helpline” phone call ever when all I want to do is make my website perform better … for you.
The Top Architectural Blog Sites in the World! That sounds pretty important doesn’t it? At the very least it sounds comprehensive … it suggests an extensive and exhaustive collection of the best architecturally themed websites in the world.
My writing style is a written version of my talking style. I scatter commas into my sentences like buckshot – but I’m not writing a technical manual here – I am trying to get you to read what I am “saying”. It’s not as easy as it looks.
Last week I was in Washington DC for the 2012 National American Institute of Architects convention. I was fortunate to have been asked to present a case study on this blog site as part of a panel of architects who blog.
So today is my birthday and I got myself a sweet new present … an otherwise nice way to end a odd weekend
A materials engineer in New Zealand tries his hand at building the Japanese playhouse I designed for charity in 2010. Here are the results:
A look at Life of an Architect visitor information from 2011. While I’m motivated a little bit by this information, it’s a bunch of numbers and data that I have no specific purpose for knowing. None of the information I share today shapes what I do