From the page: “I’ve been thinking a lot about the world of “print” lately. I’m not alone. Everywhere I look, another story declares newspapers and magazines dead or dying. I disagree that the essence of what print has stood for will die (in short, storytelling), but I do agree that the structures around that storytelling are ending a lifecycle. And that ain’t all that’s ending. “
Nice sequence of photographs of the mining life. Some of these things I remember quite vividly, such as the sandwich tin, the carpet beater and an outside lavatory, which was purgatory on a cold morning.
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Now that construction is complete, Danny Forster, the host of Discovery Channel’s show, Build It Bigger, walks us through his first solo architectural project–an exciting, innovative green home in Omena, just north of Traverse City on the shores of Lake Michigan