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Thoughts on going back to school at CMU’s new low-residency doctoral program in transition design.
Monster Trucks and Hair in a Can (by Bill Geist)
Like No Other Store (by Marvin Traub)
The Saga of Saga (by William Scandling)
Just Do It (by Donald Katz)
The Economics of Art and Culture (by James Heilbrun)
How Credit Money Shapes the Economy (by Robert Guttman)
Workspace: Anchor Capital
Comeback (by Paul Ingrassia)
Big Blues (by Paul Carroll)
The Inn at the Round Barn
Workspace: Frank Robinson
Workspace: Color and Light
Workspace: Design Collective