Unrequired Reading: Sep. 28, 2007

My October ish is (just about) done and it’s time to head off to Milan for the CPhI/ICSE conference! Have some Unrequired Reading, my dear unrequired readers!

Michael Hsu celebrates the opening of Muji stores in the U.S. (I picked up a little something from their shop at MoMA once.)

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What starts out as a 2Blowhards discussion of web-authoring tools for non-geeks leads into an interesting meditation on design and a little take on the mystic symbolism of the internet.

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Jane Jacobs was not whoever you wanted her to be. (For my part, I felt that her housing “regulations” were the weakest/least defensible part of Death and Life of Great American Cities.)

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Yom Kippur: the re-mix.

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The 10 greatest Air Jordans, my ass! The VI rocked the shit! (Maybe I’ll have to pick up a pair of Gil II Zero sometime.)

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I really hope that this is an accident. (Not like the DoD having a giant pentagram for an HQ, or anything. . .)

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I respect Iron & Wine for not being too much of a hardass about how his music gets licensed.

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Who knew there were 65 ways?

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