This is a riot. Political allegory?
Recent mapping experiments visualize the interplay between international law and cartography, fixing sovereignty to territory in a mapping mash-up. Anyone reading these needs to give some consideration to Bryan Finoki's write-up at Subtopia, on some fascinating developments at the US-Mexican border. There, a subterranean border barrier has been injected into
That's the positive spin on this:
Well then, that's that. Thank the obviously well informed Mladic family for this little clue as to the whereabouts of scion Ratko. If only we'd known earlier. So much wasted time. At least now, we can just go pick him up and get on with things.
Last week, Charli mentioned something at Duck of Minerva about architecture and governance, which coincided nicely with some new output from my favorite space and place blogs, and reminded me that I hadn't covered the subject in a while. At BLDGBLOG, Geoff Manaugh writes about "The Psychiatric Infrastructure of the City," reflecting on the impact of Boston's Big