Fed Up With Facebook?

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More Bogus Quotes ..

Yet another bogus quote in support of a trendy cause. Spend enough time on Facebook or Twitter and you’ll eventually come across this quote which purportedly emerged from Churchill’s bulldog visage in the darkest days of World War II. It has Churchill responding to a plan to cut money for the arts to fund the …

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Cuts to Arts Funding – Yay!

In response to the customary whining on the ABC about possible reductions in the government spending other people’s money: Cuts to arts funding are not ‘tantamount to the Coalition Government standing bang in the middle, right on top of Uluru with a megaphone, shouting “Oh just work for free! You know you want to!”‘ It …

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The Nazis and Sustainable Development

A longish article from Mark Musser on the origins and continuing influence of the theory of sustainable development: Understandably, Albert Speer Jr. has spent much of his life trying to escape the long shadow of his father, Albert Speer, the Third Reich’s architect during the 1930s who later was baptized as Hitler’s Armaments and War …

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A Commonality Of Ugliness

It looks to me like the logo for the London Olympics: was designed by the same bloke as Melbourne’s Federation Square: If they weren’t designed by the same person, does the similarity mean we are now moving into a post-interesting, post-beautiful, post any-kind-of-merit stage of design and architecture?

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