July 31, 2011

I am resting, I’m tired

Livejournal is riddled with faults at the moment. While I wait for their techos to fix things, I’m taking a break from blogging, and am concentrating on my book about architecture and bikes. I have all […]
July 30, 2011

architect designed folding bike

I must thank my friend David from architakes, for introducing me to the Morabike, designed by a Spanish architect, turned industrial designer. Now if John Ruskin were alive, this is the bike he would ride. Why? […]
July 29, 2011

Zaha in Rome

It is true after all. Livejournal was sold to Russians who host it on computers unloaded from sputnik. What the hell! They seem to be semi functional, so my little holiday from blogging might end. To […]
July 27, 2011

Culture Cycle Crochet

Some four score and twenty days ago, fortune came knocking in the guise of an electronic correspondence from one Professor Russo (in this case, the “Prof.” title is not a Dr. Behooving style joke. Prof Russo […]
July 24, 2011

Reader of the Week: Vicki from bicyclesinnewcastle.com

Newcastle is the city you get when a few dozen coal mining villages grow into each other. It can also be viewed as a network of coal skip lines making tracks to a harbour, many of […]